In this episode of the North Haven News: the Rabina project falls through; Rep. Len Fasano gets into a shoving match at the Republican National Convention; and the Town Pool reopens.
September 9, 2008
This episode is all about North Haven’s Clean Energy Task Force.
In this episode of the North Haven News: Republican Candidate for State Representative; Board of Ed Appointment Ruffles Feathers; Porn Shop Coming Soon; NHTV Gets Additional Funding; & Manhole in the Athletic Field at the High School.
The 2008 New Haven 4th of July fireworks display.
In this episode of the North Haven News: North Haven switches from Anthem Blue Cross to ConnectiCare for its medical coverage; remediation costs for the high school’s athletic field; Ridge Road Elementary School’s 60th birthday; and school lunch prices are...
In this short & sweet episode of the North Haven News, we talk about the North Haven High School Girl’s Softball team’s victory over Waterford for the state championship, and give you an update on the high school’s field of...
A memorial to Norh Haven High School Senior Nicole Marie Stepen, who died in a car accident on May 30, 2008.
In this episode of the North Haven News: The 2008-2009 Budget Vote Results; Rabina’s Plans for the Old Pratt & Whitney Site; and the North Haven High School’s Athletic Field of Debris.
Sights and sounds from the 2008 Town of North Haven, CT Memorial Day Parade
By less than 100 votes, the people of North Haven have voted to approve the 2008-2009 budget.
This special “green” episode of the North Haven News features a “Walk for the Rainforest,” a “Green Awakening” fashion show and silent auction, and “Shred Day” at Ridge Road Elementary.
The Canadian-based parent company of Quebecor World Northeast Graphics in North Haven just announced that they will be shutting the commercial printing plant’s doors on June 30, 2008. A total of 700 employees will be affected; local officials say that...