Another guilty plea in Hamden Game X armed robbery

Another guilty plea in Hamden Game X armed robbery

NEW HAVEN – A city man pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to charges that he robbed a Hamden business at gunpoint last year. Rashon Gray, also known as “Loke,” 24, of New Haven, pleaded guilty to one count of Hobbs Act Robbery, an offense that carries a maximum term of 20 years. From the […]

North Haven Police receive award from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies

North Haven Police receive award from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies

From the North Haven Police Department’s Facebook page: On Nov. 18th, Chief Thomas J. McLoughlin and Lt. Andrew Stavrides accepted an award from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. The process of CALEA accreditation begins with a rigorous self-assessment, requiring a review of policies, practices, and processes, against internationally accepted public safety standards. […]

Hamden resident, QU professor receives Fulbright Scholar Award to travel to Jordan

Hamden resident, QU professor receives Fulbright Scholar Award to travel to Jordan

Mohammad N. Elahee of Hamden, professor of international business at Quinnipiac University, will teach and conduct research in Jordan next semester on negotiating in a globalized world. His work will be funded with a Fulbright Scholar Award from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. “I am immensely happy […]

Third person charged in Hamden credit card fraud case

Third person charged in Hamden credit card fraud case

HAMDEN – A third person has been charged in connection with the theft of a wallet and credit cards from a Hamden resident. On Oct. 2, a 71-year-old Federal Street man reported that his wallet was stolen while he was shopping at a local supermarket. Officers found that credit cards in the wallet were then […]

State approves a half million dollars for Hamden High STEM Academy

State approves a half million dollars for Hamden High STEM Academy

  HAMDEN – The State Bond Commission last week approved $500,000 in funding for a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Academy at Hamden High School. The money will be used to renovate classrooms into “technologically advanced classrooms with electrical and telecommunications updates, building modifications, the purchase of specialized lab tables, biomedical and engineering core technologies […]

Hamden honors Spring Glen Hardware with annual ornament

Hamden honors Spring Glen Hardware with annual ornament

The Hamden Recreation Department is happy to introduce the official 2017 holiday ornament. This year’s selection features Spring Glen Hardware Store. Spring Glen Hardware, at 1666 Whitney Ave., was established in 1948 by Harry Landino and now deceased Frank and Anna Landino. While many big box stores have taken over smaller retailers, Harry and son’s […]

North Haven Police offer Black Friday shopping tips

North Haven Police offer Black Friday shopping tips

From the North Haven Police Department: When the busiest shopping weekend of the year arrives, if you’ll be joining the millions of shoppers, take some extra precautions to protect yourself, your purchases, and your personal information. Shop safe. In the store: From fistfights to identity theft, shopping at Black Friday sales brings a few safety […]

Hamden Obituaries: Mary-Grace Venditto, 71

Hamden Obituaries: Mary-Grace Venditto, 71

HAMDEN – Mary-Grace Venditto, 71, of Hamden, entered into eternal rest and passed through the gates of Heaven on Nov. 21, 2017 in CT Hospice. She was the beloved wife of Joseph J. Venditto and the loving mother of Joan Battipaglia (William), Joseph E. Venditto (Kimberly), John T. Venditto (Nidia), Jason M. Venditto (Pia), and […]