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In Training

 April 16, 2014

Callyn Priebe, 14, of North Haven (right), cares for Eris, a 10-month-old German shepherd who will become a seeing eye dog through Fidelco. Priebe, her mother Tricia Priebe, and her younger brother Jack Priebe, 11, brought Eris on their Sunday errands to the...

The Micro and Macro of Town Economic Development

 April 16, 2014

Business owners, town officials, and residents at large gathered April 10 at the Best Western on Washington Avenue for what turned out to be an upbeat annual North Haven Economic Development Commission Breakfast.Guest...

Garden Club participates in Earth Day and More

 April 14, 2014

 

Ex-Medic Pleads Guilty in Ambulance Sex Assault

 April 10, 2014

A former paramedic has pleaded guilty and will serve 3½ years in prison for sexually assaulting a drunk, unconscious woman in an ambulance in Hamden.

Shredded at Ridge Road

 April 9, 2014

Suzanne Powell, Grace Gavigan, and Cheri Gibson take in a carload of waste paper at Ridge Road Elementary School's Shred Day on April 5. The volunteers helped area residents securely dispose of sensitive documents while raising funds for the school's...

The Starbucks of Medicine Comes to Town

 April 9, 2014

The Starbucks of walk-in clinics is coming North Haven. ASAP Urgent Care's fourth facility in the state will open on May 1 at 79 Washington Avenue.The North Haven clinic, like the clinics now open in Hamden, Madison, and...

Fighting SMARD

 April 9, 2014

The North Haven Rotary Club recently hosted eight-year-old Hunter Pageau, a very composed boy in a 400-pound wheelchair, to explain the extremely rare paralyzing disease-spinal muscular atrophy with respiratory distress (SMARD)-that is only a small part of who...

North Haven Dedication Ceremony

 April 9, 2014

 NORTH HAVEN TOWN HALL ADA RENOVATIONS

Citizens Money program For National Financial Literacy Month

 April 8, 2014

  Citizens Helping Citizens Manage Money program for NationalFinancial Literacy Month  

NH Softball Looks to Rebuild, then Contend

 April 6, 2014

After losing several key athletes from last year, the North Haven softball squad will feature a lot of new faces on the diamond this spring. However, even though the Indians might be in for a rebuilding season, they still want to contend for playoff berths, plus the...

NHHS Musicians Headed to States

 April 2, 2014

North Haven High School musicians (from left) trombonist Sam Baumgartner, saxophonist Nigel Regan, and trumpeter Chris Dorsey (Shane Brennan's playing guitar in the background) practice in class last week. The three are among the more than a dozen...

Town Proposes Zero-Growth Budget

 April 2, 2014

The 2014-'15 budget town and schools budget will not require a tax increase. The Board of Finance voted 5-1 to approve the budget, which will now got to the public.Taxpayers will have an opportunity to weigh in at a town...

North Haven Garden Club Meeting

 April 2, 2014

Earth Day Event On 5th

 April 1, 2014

 

Local Child With Rare Disease Needs Your Help

 March 31, 2014

 Child with Rare Disease Addresses North Haven Rotary Club  

Vets for Vets

 March 26, 2014

Last Saturday, James Pace, left, had quite a story about his Army days to share with fellow veterans Dane Gayle, center, and Steve McOmber. The Veterans 4 Veterans group holds community meetings on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 8 a.m. at Mount...

Spring Pothole Season Has Arrived

 March 26, 2014

They're creeping up everywhere from the weather, and they are not fun: potholes. But has this year's strenuous winter led to a worse than average crop of road damage?North Haven Public Works Director Lynn Sadosky said, "We...

North Haven Economic Development Breakfast for Local Businesses

 March 25, 2014

Silver Alert Cancelled- Child Found

 March 20, 2014

Update! Silver Alert Cancelled.News Alert! East Haven Police Dept. posted on their Facebook page that they have cancelled the prior Silver Alert and that 13 year old Alyannah Dymarczyk from East Haven was was found safe and sound.

Silver Alert- Missing Child

 March 20, 2014

The following is an alert posted on the East Haven Police Department's Facebook page. Images of Alyannah provided by the EHPD have also been added to this post.***Missing/Endangered***

On a High Note

 March 19, 2014

Women's a cappella barbershop-style chorus Silk'n Sounds performed at the Corinthian Masonic Lodge on March 16. Here, Therese Scully, center, applies full focus on the direction of Michelle Brand. For more information on the group, visit...

The Microeconomics of the Minimum Wage

 March 19, 2014

The national minimum wage debate took on a local aspect following President Barack Obama's recent visit to Central Connecticut State University with Governor Dannel Malloy. In North Haven, the recent and proposed increases have their supporters as well as some...

Yahtzee!

 March 12, 2014

The players brought their skills, and the Friends of the North Haven Library did the rest, hosting its first March Madness Yahtzee Tournament on March 8. The Community Room played home to the very competitive (and spirited) play. For information on...

Town Budget Numbers Still in Limbo

 March 12, 2014

For 2014-'15 budgets, the preliminary proposal for Board of Education (BOE) spending is in, but the town is keeping its numbers out of the public until its Wednesday, March 19 presentation to the Board of Finance (BOF). The schools are seeking a 3.7 percent...

Read Across North Haven

 March 12, 2014

Did they say, "Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss?" Yes, they did! Maybe not with green eggs and ham, but in the classroom for Read Across America Day and the birthday of Dr. Seuss.Dani Edmonds, Nikki Barba, and Catie Strong from the...

St. Patrick's Day Dance and Fundraiser

 March 11, 2014

Knights of Columbus will hold a St. Patrick's Day dance and fundraiser on Saturday, March 15 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Columbus Lodge, 2630 Whitney Avenue, Hamden. The evening will also include Irish dinner and music.All...

Food and Fellowship

 March 5, 2014

Cobey Cross, Mary Boruch, and Kayla Rodrigues plate up Sloppy Joes for a hungry crowd at the St. John's Episcopal Church's Community Supper last week. The church offers the suppers to provide a place for residents (whether or not they're parishioners) to gather...

North Haven Dealing with Salt Shortage

 March 5, 2014

If you feel this winter has been particularly grueling, you're not alone. Towns statewide have been struggling to keep roads clear-and to keep road salt in supply. Dwindling road salt supplies have even led the governor to declare a state of emergency to help...

First Selectman Freda Announces Two Week Curbside Bulk Pick-up Program

 March 4, 2014

First Selectman Michael J. Freda announced today that effective Monday, March 31, 2014, the Town's Department of Public Works will provide a two week curbside collection program for bulk items to...

State Police to Start Tailgating Campaign

 February 27, 2014

State troopers from barracks in Bethany, Hartford, and Westbrook are planning a tailgating enforcement effort next month that police have dubbed, "Stop Tailgating, You’re Too Close."

'Chicago' Comes to the North Haven Stage

 February 26, 2014

BethEllyn Oronzo, far left, costumes Josie Kulp, center, and Kristen Brown for the North Haven High School (NHHS) production of Chicago. Helping the talented student cast and crew are Director Kathryn Monigan, Musical Director Ken Tedeschi,...

The State of North Haven

 February 26, 2014

At his Feb. 21 State of the Town address, an upbeat North Haven First Selectman Michael Freda addressed financial, operational, and strategic updates as well as the future of North Haven-and said the town is in a healthy place.

The State of North Haven

 February 24, 2014

At his Feb. 21 State of the Town address, an upbeat North Haven First Selectman Michael Freda addressed financial, operational, and strategic updates as well as the future of North Haven—and said the town is in a healthy place.

Indians' Rifle Wins Conference, Makes States

 February 23, 2014

The North Haven rifle team posted its bested score of the season in a 934-673 win against Crosby on Feb. 21. The victory sealed the Indians’ third Central Conference title in four seasons and qualified them for the State Championship meet that will...

Addiction Agency Counselor Facing Drug Charges

 February 20, 2014

A counselor for the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services is facing charges that he conspired to sell painkillers.

Key-Switching BMW Thief Extradited

 February 20, 2014

More than a year after an alleged luxury car theft, a New Jersey man in custody for a similar Pennsylvania theft has been returned to North Haven and charged larceny. 

Child Rapist Charged in North Haven

 February 20, 2014

North Haven Police, working with other local and state investigators, have arrested a North Haven man for ongoing sexual assault of a minor first discovered last September.

Tree Cutting Program Planned for North Haven

 February 19, 2014

Despite a United Illuminating Company (UI) tree-cutting program that has had neighboring towns' residents up in arms, North Haven officials are confident that early conversations with the utility will ensure a smoother process when the program begins locally.

News Expected for Marlin Site

 February 19, 2014

First Selectman Michael Freda isn't unveiling all his cards yet, but he is saying he is "close to making a major announcement" concerning the future of the old Marlin building at 297 State Street."We are very close," Freda...

Keeping the Stories Alive

 February 19, 2014

Sydney O'Connor checks out an old corn-peeling machine during a tour of the North Haven Historical Society last weekend. The society will hold a number of events this year, many at the Cultural Center at 27 Broadway, some, like the free March 16 Silk n' Sounds...

Closings, Cancellations, and Delays for Tuesday, Feb. 18

 February 17, 2014

The following closings, delays, and cancellations have been reported for Tuesday, Feb. 18in anticipation of inclement weather.To report a closing, cancellation, or delay email

Closings, Cancellations, and Delays for Friday, Feb. 14

 February 14, 2014

The following closings, delays, and cancellations have been reported for Friday, Feb. 14 in anticipation of inclement weather.To report a closing, cancellation, or delay email

Closings, Cancellations, and Delays for Thursday, Feb. 13

 February 12, 2014

The following closings, delays, and cancellations have been reported for Thursday, Feb. 13 in anticipation of inclement weather.To report a closing, cancellation, or delay email

S'no Big Deal

 February 12, 2014

North Haven residents Diane Asmus and Steve Johnson snowshoe around Ancient Cemetery on the Green on Feb. 5. In the wake of one of last week's snow storms, they took out their snowshoes for their daily walk around the Green. As they broke through the frozen top...

North Haven Coping With Mother Nature

 February 12, 2014

With a steady barrage of snow so far this season and more snow expected, town officials are putting safety first, but doing what they can to keep to school schedules and plowing budgets intact.Public Works Director Lynn...

Businesses in Brief

 February 12, 2014

Business and Organization Updates• Bethany-based Mason, Inc. announced that Jordana Carideo of North Haven has joined the marketing communications firm as Public Relations Brand Manager. Carideo will be responsible for...

Boys' Swim Squad Notches First Win by Beating Law

 February 10, 2014

North Haven boys’ swimming and diving coach Martha Phelan expressed nothing but compliments for how hard her athletes have worked and how much they’ve progressed in the pool this winter. On Feb. 4, the Indians saw proof of their...

Clerk Was Drunk, Not Stabbed Police Say

 February 7, 2014

Police said a convenience store clerk was intoxicated on the job and lied when he said he was stabbed during an attempted robbery this past Monday night at the Citgo gas station on Washington Avenue.

Closings, Cancellations, and Delays for Thursday, Feb. 6

 February 6, 2014

The following closings, delays, and cancellations have been reported for Thursday, Feb. 6 in anticipation of inclement weather.To report a closing, cancellation, or delay email

Closings, Cancellations, and Delays for Wednesday, Feb. 5

 February 5, 2014

The following closings, delays, and cancellations have been reported for Wednesday, Feb. 5 in anticipation of inclement weather.To report a closing, cancellation, or delay email

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