Town to Offer Warming Centers

Due to the prediction of extreme weather temperatures and conditions for the weekend, Hamden will offer warming centers located around the town to those who may be in need.

Hamden Rotary donates to Girl Scouts

  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.

Hamden Obituaries: Mary Dickinson, 67

Mary Dickinson, 67, of Cheshire, formerly of Hamden, passed away Friday, Jan. 13, 2017 at Connecticut Hospice. Mary was born in New Haven, a daughter of the late Thomas and Annette Vece Dickinson.  She was a teacher at Shelton High School, where she taught special education and home economics courses …

New Building Planned for West Woods School

HAMDEN – The Legislative Council recently approved bonding to replace West Woods School will a new building that will be located behind the current facility. In addition, Shephard Glen School will be renovated “as new.”

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Hamden Arts Commission Showcases Exceptionally Talented Hamden Students

April 25, 2015 Schools Comments Off on Hamden Arts Commission Showcases Exceptionally Talented Hamden Students

hamden high momThe Hamden Arts Commission will spotlight the talents of high school seniors who have exceptional gifts in the arts at the Commission’s 30th Annual Salute to Young Artists. This year’s honorees are from Hamden High School, Educational Center for the Arts (ECA) and Sacred Heart Academy. All must be Hamden residents. … Continue Reading

NH Reg: Hamden Police Stop More Blacks Than State Average But Not Punative

April 14, 2015 Police and Fire Comments Off on NH Reg: Hamden Police Stop More Blacks Than State Average But Not Punative

hamden police 2An exhaustive report released last week shows that Hamden Police pull over a disproportionate amount of African-Americans, but the outcomes of those stops aren’t punitive.

Hamden was not listed among the worst offenders but its statistics indicate the possibility of a problem within the department among some officers. … Continue Reading

NH Reg: Council Signs Off on Laurel View Contract

April 14, 2015 Local Government Comments Off on NH Reg: Council Signs Off on Laurel View Contract

laurel viewThe Legislative Council has come to an agreement with the operator of the Laurel View Country Club golf course to run both the banquet facility and the golf course.

Some council members questioned why the contract for the banquet facility wasn’t put out for bid and instead given to Matthew Marchetti, who has operated the golf course since 2002. … Continue Reading

Hamden Obituaries: Roseann A. Williams, 26

April 14, 2015 Obituaries Comments Off on Hamden Obituaries: Roseann A. Williams, 26

1del1Roseann A. Williams, 26, of Hamden, entered into eternal rest on April 6, 2015.

Born in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands on July 2, 1988, she was the daughter of Rena Abraham-Williams and the late Rodrick Joseph Williams.

Roseann was a college student employed at Yale-New Haven Hospital and was a member of the Hill Seventh-Day Adventist Church. … Continue Reading

Hamden Obituaries: Linda McCue, 67

April 5, 2015 Obituaries Comments Off on Hamden Obituaries: Linda McCue, 67

1del1Linda A. Johnson McCue, 67, of Hamden, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 3, 2015, at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford. She was the wife of Thomas E. McCue.

Linda was born in Waterbury on April 15, 1947, the daughter of the late Charles and Leah Alston Gatling. She was a registered nurse and had worked as a paralegal for the State of Connecticut for 30 years until her retirement.

Linda was a member of the Hope Christian Church of North Haven and an avid gardener, enjoyed jewelry designing and painting. … Continue Reading

NH Register: Parents, Students, Teachers Want Funding Restored

April 2, 2015 Local Government, Schools Comments Off on NH Register: Parents, Students, Teachers Want Funding Restored

hamden high momThe Legislative Council held its annual budget public hearing on the proposed 2015-16 education budget Wednesday night, and got an earful from parents, teachers and students on the deep cut Mayor Scott Jackson made in the Board of Education’s proposal. … Continue Reading

Hamden Obituaries: Myrna Campbell, 59

March 30, 2015 Obituaries Comments Off on Hamden Obituaries: Myrna Campbell, 59

1del1Myrna Campbell, 59, of Hamden, went home to be with the Lord on March 20, 2015.

Myrna was born on Nov. 3, 1955, in Portland, Jamaica to Barbara Hudson, For many years Myrna was employed at Tower One-Tower East as a Resident Service Coordinator. She will be remembered for her love of cooking and dancing to her favorite reggae music. … Continue Reading

Hamden Obituaries: Frances Grindell, 76

March 21, 2015 Obituaries Comments Off on Hamden Obituaries: Frances Grindell, 76

1del`Frances Quinlan Grindell, 76, died at Arden Courts Manor Care Health Services on March 14, 2015. Frances passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends after a two year battle with the effects of advanced Alzheimer’s and related stroke injury.

Born October 30, 1938 in New Haven, she was the daughter of Frank and Thelma Quinlan. She graduated from East Haven High School in 1956, Boston University in 1960 with a BA in nursing, and Southern Connecticut State University in 1993 with a Master’s Degree. … Continue Reading

Hamden Police Blotter: Feb. 11- Feb. 17

March 18, 2015 Police and Fire Comments Off on Hamden Police Blotter: Feb. 11- Feb. 17

hamden police patchThe following arrest information was provided by the Hamden Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Feb. 11:

Daniel Joseph Bernardini, 22, of 630 Mix Ave., Apt. 3D, Hamden, was charged with operating while under the influence. He was arraigned Feb. 25 in Meriden Superior Court. … Continue Reading

Hamden Obituaries: Marina Zeldin, 65

March 17, 2015 Obituaries Comments Off on Hamden Obituaries: Marina Zeldin, 65

candleMarina Zeldin, beloved wife, mother, sister and a resident of Hamden, passed away peacefully at the age of 65, on Sunday March 15, 2015.

Marina was born in Ekaterinburg, Russia on Feb. 12 1950. She graduated top of her class in Medical School and went on to become a physician. She practiced general medicine. … Continue Reading

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The Mission of the Messiah: A Study of the Gospel of Luke @ Clelian Conference Room, Mount Sacred Heart | Hamden | Connecticut | United States
Eight Tuesdays, September 2 – October 28 (No session Oct. 7) Dr. Tim Gray’s book presents a clear and enlightened understanding of the fundamental themes of Jesus’ messianic mission. Using the Gospel of Luke and Old Testament prophecies, we see Jesus as the fulfillment of the Prophecies.  Dr. Gray helps ...
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Ongoing on Fridays, Bridge games will take place from 2-4:00pm at Atria Larson Place, located at 1450 Whitney Avenue. Games are facilitated by local Bridge Club Director, Frederick Townsend who has been running bridge groups for more than 25 years. Please join us at Atria Larson Place in our Quinnipiac ...
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The Mission of the Messiah: A St... @ Clelian Conference Room, Mount Sacred Heart
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The Mission of the Messiah: A Study of the Gospel of Luke @ Clelian Conference Room, Mount Sacred Heart | Hamden | Connecticut | United States
Eight Tuesdays, September 2 – October 28 (No session Oct. 7) Dr. Tim Gray’s book presents a clear and enlightened understanding of the fundamental themes of Jesus’ messianic mission. Using the Gospel of Luke and Old Testament prophecies, we see Jesus as the fulfillment of the Prophecies.  Dr. Gray helps ...