Recently there was an article in the New Haven Register concerning the special Mayoral election in Hamden.
There was speculation that there were political motives behind Scott Jackson rushing off to a big job in Hartford. … Continue Reading
There will be two fields renovated at the school that will be used not only for soccer but for baseball as well. … Continue Reading
Barbara was born in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey on Feb. 19, 1963. She was the daughter of Robert German of Longboat Key, FL and the late Arleen German. She is survived by her two brothers, Robert German, Jr. Scottsdale, PA and Mark German of Annapolis, MD. … Continue Reading
He was the father of Beth (Tim) Crosby of North Haven and JoAnn (Chris) DeFosche, Andrea (Shawn) Fischer and Alisa Camputaro, all of Hamden.
John was the son of the late Joseph and Raffaela Santanelli Camputaro and the brother of Lena ( Ed) Sutcliffe of Northford and Adele (Gene) DiNuzzo of North Haven. He also is survived by six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. … Continue Reading
Hamden Police investigated and made arrests in several different incidents this week.
Tuesday morning at about 1:30 a.m. police received a report of a burglary in progress at a Maplewood Terrace home, Smith said. The residents woke up after hearing a noise to find a man in their home with a flashlight, he said. … Continue Reading
The Town of Hamden Youth Services Bureau provides Hamden students with free school supplies to meet their academic requirements. This initiative was created to assist Hamden families who have displayed financial need and are having difficulty in providing their children with the necessary items needed for school. … Continue Reading
Deborah lived in the Whitneyville area of Hamden and East Rock area of New Haven. She was the daughter of the late Emma A. & Walter Bergstrand of Hamden, and James D.& Audrey Wells of Santa Barbara, CA.
Deborah was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church on The Green and was a founder & liturgist for the Trinity Spirit Singers, serving on the Vestry. … Continue Reading
Summer camp wraps up today at Quinnipiac University, but it’s not your average camp – the 30 young people who have participated in dances, races and other activities for the last five days all are missing limbs.
“Camp No Limits” is held throughout the country for young children and teens who are living with limb loss, and they learn that those loses don’t have to hold them back from accomplishing anything they want. … Continue Reading
Roz was the mother of Robin and Robert Raiano, the sister of Joseph Villano and grandmother of Logan Solomon and Mateo Raiano.
Roz was born in New Haven on June 24, 1943, to the late Anthony and Alice Louise Buccino Villano. She graduated from St. Michael’s Grammer School and St. Mary’s High School in New Haven. While at St. Mary’s, she sang in leading roles in the school operettas and made a recording singing the Ave Maria and Panis Angelicus. … Continue Reading
Academic honors are awarded at the end of each quarter to students attaining an average of 3.5 or better. Those students who achieve a grade point average of 3.8 or greater are awarded High Honors.
The following students from Hamden have been named to the Honor Roll: … Continue Reading