Category: Money & Financial

IRS-Certified Student Volunteers to Offer Free Income Tax Assistance, Starting Feb. 1, 2014

IRS-certified student volunteers, under the direction of Nelson U. Alino, assistant professor of accounting in the School of Business at Quinnipiac University, will offer free tax preparation assistance to qualified individuals on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., starting Feb. 1 and continuing

Len Fasano

Beware of Election Year “Surplus”

[box]By State Senator Len Fasano[/box] The State of Connecticut has bills to pay; lots of bills. We have roads, schools and hospitals to maintain, police and public works employees to pay, prisons and public institutions

Steve Fontana Named New Haven’s Deputy Director of Economic Development

[box]By Mary E. O’Leary, New Haven Register[/box] Jason Bartlett, Mayor-Elect Toni Harp’s campaign manager, will be the new director of youth services, while one of her Democratic opponents, Sundiata Keitazulu, has also been hired as a

Len Fasano

Sen. Fasano Welcomes Funding for Institute of Community Resiliency

A plea agreement reached yesterday between the U.S. Attorneys’ Office and Conopco, Inc.  (better known as Unilver) in a matter involving Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has been approved, and one of

Len Fasano

Sen. Fasano: Governor’s “Transparency” Order Keeps Secrecy Intact

State Senator Len Fasano (R-North Haven) today raised questions about Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s Executive Order (EO) No. 38 which purports to make information regarding certain economic assistance and tax credits used to recruit or retain businesses more accessible

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

Three Quinnipiac University Finance Professors Earn Best Paper Award at International Business Conference

Three finance professors from the Quinnipiac University School of Business earned the Best Paper Award at the Academy of International Business Northeast Chapter’s annual conference held in Hartford Oct. 10-12. Surya Chelikani, of Hamden, assistant professor of finance, Thomas Coe, of Meriden, associate

Economic Development Breakfast

Watch NHTV’s coverage of the North Haven Economic Development Breakfast, held at the North Haven Holiday Inn on September 26, 2013.

North Haven to Receive School Security Funding

Legislative leaders in Hartford recently announced $5 million is being made immediately available to municipalities in the first round of school security funding under a Competitive Grant Program. The program was introduced following the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December

Rockville Bank

Rockville Bank Announces Plans for North Haven Branch

William H.W. Crawford, IV, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rockville Bank and Rockville Financial, Inc. (RCKB), today announced the Company’s plans to open a full-service banking branch in North Haven, Conn., making it the

Couple Contributes $1 Million to Create the William and Barbara Weldon Chair in Rehabilitation Medicine

A vice chairman of Quinnipiac University’s Board of Trustees and his wife, both alumni of the university,  have donated $1 million to endow a chair in Quinnipiac’s new Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine. The university has

OmniMD and Quinnipiac University

OmniMD Donates Electronic Health Record Software Valued at $7.6 Million to Quinnipiac University

OmniMD, of Tarrytown, N.Y., has donated the use of its electronic health record technology valued at $7.6 million to Quinnipiac University, as part of a four-year agreement announced today. Representatives of Quinnipiac’s Frank H. Netter MD School