Month: November 2013


Quinnipiac University School of Law Students Donate Toys to Children’s Shelter

[box]Antigone Curis, president of the Quinnipiac University Criminal Law Society, center, smiles with Shannon Haggerty, a shelter case manager, left, and Nadya Zawrocki, a resident support staff member, both of the Umbrella Center for Domestic

Sen. Fasano Named 2013 Legislative Champion By Mothers Against Drunk Driving

State Senator Len Fasano (R-34) has been recognized by the national organization of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) as a 2013 Legislative Champion. The honor is bestowed yearly upon state legislators across the country for

North Haven High School

“Sharing the Season with Seniors”

On December 3, 2009, the North Haven High School Senior Class will be sponsoring the 18th annual Sharing the Season with Seniors, a Senior to Senior breakfast. Along with breakfast, senior citizens will have the opportunity

Five Quinnipiac University School of Nursing Students Selected as Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Careers in Nursing Scholars

[box]This year’s scholars are: Sarahí Almonte, of West Haven, John Dodd, of Hamden, Michael Levien, of Higganum, Alex Neumeister, of Cicero, N.Y., and Miguel Rosa, of Danbury.[/box] The NCIN scholarship program is a national program

John McKinney

North Haven RTC Endorses John McKinney for Governor

The North Haven Republican Town Committee (RTC) has voted unanimously to endorse State Senate Republican Leader John McKinney to be the Republican nominee for governor of Connecticut. McKinney’s name was put into nomination Tuesday night

UPDATED: Odor Detected Outside Ridge Road Elementary; Outdoor Valve Repaired By Gas Company

Superintendent Cronin’s follow-up phone call regarding the odor detected at Ridge Road Elementary School. The gas company determined the odor was coming from an outside valve and they have repaired the problem. Both the gas

Quinnipiac University Sponsors ‘Ticket for a Toy’ Drive to Benefit Hamden Children

[box]Patricia Polvani (left), a secretary in the Department of Public Safety at Quinnipiac University, and Shanon Grasso, a public safety officer, have helped organize a ‘Ticket for a Toy’ drive to benefit Hamden children. Those who

Cause of Illness Still A Mystery

[box]By Michael Bellmore, New Haven Register[/box] More than two weeks after a group of high school students displayed symptoms associated with exposure to carbon monoxide at a soccer game, what exactly happened still is not

Connecticut’s Teacher of the Year to Lecture at Quinnipiac University

Blaise Messinger, the 2013 Connecticut Teacher of the Year, will present the lecture, “Be That Teacher,” at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, in the auditorium at the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on

Quinnipiac University Students Participate in Four-Week Simulation to Develop Better Interprofessional Skills, Perspective

[box]Quinnipiac University athletic training students Leanne Griffith and Marc Drobenko tend to David Bartolotta, an athletic training staff member, as part of an interprofessional simulation on the North Haven Campus. The three students responding with

North Haven Town Hall

Vote 2013 Election Results

Preliminary results for the 2013 North Haven municipal elections from the Registrars of Voters Office: Selectman: Michael Freda (R unopposed) 2nd Selectman: Timothy Doheny (R) wins 2nd Selectman, making Sally J. Buemi (D) 3rd Selectman Town

Dave Yaccarino

Reverse Changes to Campaign Finance Law

[box]by State Rep. Dave Yaccariono[/box] Toward the end of the legislative session that ended in June, the majority party in the Connecticut General Assembly made significant and unfortunate changes to our state’s campaign finance laws