Tag: New Haven Register

Residents approve ‘hybrid’ option for North Haven Middle School

[box]By Ebony Walmsley, New Haven Register[/box] Residents voted to allow the North Haven Middle School Building Committee to move forward with plans for a “hybrid” option to renovate the school, vote a new committee and hire an architect. Earlier this...

/ January 29, 2014

35″ of Snow in North Haven; Plows Breaking Down

[box]by Michael Bellmore / New Haven Register[/box] First Selectman Michael J. Freda said Saturday the town was inundated with 35 inches of snow. “We had anticipated the worst on this,” Freda said. It was so bad late Friday and early...

/ February 10, 2013

North Haven Residents Learn of Methadone Clinic

[box]By Michael Bellmore, Register Staff[/box] Conversations about opiates do not usually take place in kindergarten classrooms, but on Monday nigh, First Selectman Michael J. Freda arranged such a room be used in the North Haven Recreation Center for a forum...

/ November 6, 2012

North Haven Man Gets 9 Years for Death of 4-month-old Niece

[box]New Haven Register[/box] David Canizares was sentenced today to serve 9 years in prison for manslaughter in the 2009 death of his 4-month-old niece, Makayla Lynn Aseltine. Canizares pleaded guilty in May to first-degree manslaughter and risk of injury to a child in...

/ September 7, 2012

Parents Oppose Busing Changes in North Haven

[box]by By Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box]  The Board of Education Thursday night received a petition signed by 236 people opposed to a new school bus schedule and want it tossed. The petition was started on change.org late Saturday night by elementary...

/ July 16, 2012

North Haven Eliminates Twenty-Six School Jobs

[box]By Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] The jobs of 18 part-time school paraprofessionals and eight full-time tutors have been eliminated. Superintendent of Schools Robert D. Cronin said Monday the people were laid off because the federal grant money that...

/ June 26, 2012

Many Students Back North Haven High School In Flap Over Graduation Speech

[box]By Alessandro Powell / New Haven Register[/box] Collectively, the North Haven High School class of 2012 has little sympathy for its president, Molly Gambardella, in her bid to speak at graduation. When she stopped attending classes in March, class officers...

/ June 20, 2012

North Haven School Board Revamps Busing Schedule

[box]by Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] The Board of Education has adopted a two-tiered transportation system aimed at bringing secondary students to school closer to the schools’ start times. A by-product could be a savings of about $60,000 next year...

/ June 15, 2012

10 North Haven Teachers Losing Jobs

[box]By Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] Ten teachers have been notified they won’t be working for North Haven public schools in the next school year. Two of them resigned after being notified their contracts wouldn’t be renewed and the...

/ May 2, 2012

Cronin Proposes Increase in Education Budget

[box]by Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] In his first budget presentation before the Board of Education Thursday night, Superintendent of Schools Robert D. Cronin stuck close to his priorities for the school district. Cronin, who will reach his one-year anniversary...

/ January 27, 2012

North Haven Caucus Fills Slate After Recount

[box]By the New Haven Register[/box] The Democratic Town Committee has a full slate of members following a caucus last week. While four out of five districts wrapped up their business quickly, there were delays in counting the vote totals in...

/ January 18, 2012

Photovoltaic Array at Old North Haven Dump to Save Town Millions

[box]By Ann DeMatteo, Assistant Metro Editor / New Haven Register[/box] The old town landfill soon will have a new addition that is expected to save the town millions of dollars: photovoltaic solar panels. The panels should be installed and start...

/ January 3, 2012