Krista is survived by her loving parents Harry E. Needham III and Anne Kristina Goto Needham, her sister Darcy K. Needham, brother Harry (Jake) E. Needham IV, … Continue Reading
He was born Oct.6,1926 in Bridgeport, a son of the late Daniel E. and Anne McGee Johnson. He graduated from Central High School in Bridgeport and then went to St. Thomas Seminary in Bloomfield and Saint Mary Seminary in Baltimore,MD. He was made a Prefect of St. Thomas Seminary in 1950 and was ordained to the priesthood on May 3, 1951 at St. Joseph Cathedral by his Excellency, The Most Reverend Henry J. O’Brien. … Continue Reading
For more information, please contact Paul at (203) 213-5466.
There are more than 6,500 Connecticut residents diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), an oftentimes debilitating disease affecting the central nervous system. … Continue Reading
The Rotary Club of Hamden has donated $750 to Girl Scouts of CT for programing aimed toward self-awareness and empowerment of young girls.
Rotarian Betsy Gorman(Left) presented the check to Janeska Cardona of Girl Scouts of CT.
Plans for the field, along with a 500-seat staduim, failed to win approvals this summer because of buffer issues. … Continue Reading
The Hamden Symphony Orchestra, an all-volunteer community orchestra marking its 55th year, is looking for musicians for its 2016-2017 concert-season.
Rehearsals are held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursdays at Memorial Town Hall, 2372 Whitney Ave., beginning Sept. 8. … Continue Reading
Loretta was born in New Haven on Oct. 25, 1931, the daughter of the late Joseph Comfort and Rose Courville Comfort.
She is survived by her children; Joseph (Julia) Tyler, Dorri (John) Eilbeck, Dawn Yates, Duane (Karen) Tyler, Judy Taylor, Michael (Patti) Tyler & Jennifer (Paul) Ruggiero; her grandchildren Tara Stoker, Joseph Tyler, Denise Medeiros, Michael Eilbeck, Kelsey Tyler, Amber Tyler, Ryan Yates, Coty Taylor, Sara Greenwell, Lindsay Tyler, Emily Tyler, Michael Tyler & Jessica Ruggiero and her great grandchildren Marc, Alyssa, TJ, Jonathan, Michael, Faith, Kaileigh, Brianna, Caitlin, Zoey, Maddox & Micah. … Continue Reading
Due to the extreme heat forecast, all public buildings, including libraries and fire stations, are air-conditioned and open to the public during regular business hours, with some locations open on weekends and through the evenings.
Locations such as the Government Center, Keefe Center, Police Department, and the Miller Library Complex have been designated as cooling stations and will have water available to those in need. The cooling stations are meant for temporary respite from the heat, especially for the elderly and those with respiratory issues. … Continue Reading