Month: August 2012

Students Sit On Floor on Two Overcrowded North Haven Busses, Prompting District To Add Bus

[box]by Ann DeMatteo / Register Staff[/box] Two school buses were overfilled with students from North Haven High and Middle schools Wednesday, apparently forcing some to sit on the floor, but the situation was quickly resolved,

Don’t Look Now But Connecticut Is About to Hit Rock Bottom

[box]by Sen. Len Fasano[/box] We are on a downward spiral, but the administration doesn’t want you to know. Back in February of this year I penned an opinion piece entitled, An Administration in Denial. In

NHSC 2012 Summer Camp

Under the direction of Federico Fiondella, the North Haven Soccer Club recently held a tremendously successful summer camp entitled “Soccer – Uniting the World.” The four-day camp held at Memorial Field was attended by over

Mike Freda Engages the Media in a Pressure-Packed Week

[box]By Nancy Barnes / North Haven Patch[/box] When First Selectman Michael Freda minored in public speaking at Southern Connecticut State University, he did so with no thought of the white-hot media glare concerning a rabbit and an outdated

North Haven Resident Appointed to the Founding Faculty of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at QU

Richard A. Gonzalez, of North Haven, has been appointed to the founding faculty of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. As an assistant professor of medical sciences, Gonzalez is responsible for teaching human

2nd Annual Festival to ACE ALS at the High Lane Club

Come see local tennis pros and coaches compete with their students to raise money to benefit the ALS Association. The High Lane Club at 40 High Lane in North Haven hosts the event on Saturday, August

1st Selectman Mike Freda Wants Girl to Keep Her Bunny

[box]by Erin Cox / WTNH[/box] Seven-year-old Kayden is pleading to keep her pet bunny, even though town rules state the family’s property isn’t the two acres required for a rabbit. Seven-year-old Kayden Lidsky considers her

A Closer Look At Bunny-Gate

[box]by Chris Peterson / The North Haven Way[/box] You know it’s funny, you watch TV and every now and then a story comes along that just pulls at your heart strings. For instance last night

Town Wants Family To Get Rid of Daughter’s “Best Friend”

[box]by Erin Cox / WTNH[/box] A North Haven family is asking for help after the town told them they have to get rid of their daughter’s pet rabbit. The family says the town sent them

QU Students Work With Town Governments As Part of Fellowship

[box]Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson, left, Tori Rice, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y.; Ashley Hartle, of Bellefonte, Penn.; Jenna Pederson, of Wilton, Maine; Kristen Daniels, of Shelton; Susan Riello, of Hamden; and Scott McLean, professor of political science at Quinnipiac University.

Up To 200 More Jobs Lost As Spunkmeyer North Haven Plant Closes

[box]by Nancy Barnes / North Haven Patch[/box] The Otis Spunkmeyer bakery facility at 1000 Universal Drive in North Haven is now officially closed. An estimated 150 to 200 people were employed there. “Yes, the bakery

Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at QU Receives $100,000 Grant

[box]A rendering of a laboratory in the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. The medical school is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2013 on Quinnipiac’s North Haven Campus.[/box] The