Mayor Nancy R. Rossi recognizes the designers of her annual Christmas cards in the lobby of Bailey Middle School on Dec. 19. With Rossi are, from left, Bailey eighth grader Cassidy Montz, seventh graders Xaymarys Caban and Sophie Mazuroski, and Principal Robert Bohan. The students, who were accompanied by Bailey art teacher Kathy Shea, received their original artwork and a professional copy of their card in a frame.
Voice profile featuring Roman Khondker
"The world has been really good to me. So I am going to see if I can be good back"
Hockey team to honor Hotchkiss
Season of giving
Operations Manager Angela Flynn and Associate Dean Michael J. Rossi of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of New Haven flank a cart of gift bags recently. The UNH college partnered this year with city Youth and Family Services Director Robert S. Morton to adopt a West Haven family for the holidays. Under the leadership of Flynn and interim Dean Elizabeth Ann Beaulieu, the college collected toys, clothes, books and other donations from more than 20 people for a deserving family.
George Belbusti had quite a harrowing experience in a plane similar to the model that sits before him.
Mackrille School celebrated the Christmas break with a Sing-along that included Mayor Nancy Rossi. Rossi mugs it up with Faye Marzinotto, school psychologist,and Kim Zabilowski, School Reading Consultant.
Mackrille School celebrated the Christmas break with a Sing-along that included Mayor Nancy Rossi. Meanwhile, the choristers make sure they get in the mix. They are: Isabella Sisson - Grade 4 - next to mayor,(left to right) Hadley Albarado - Grade 2, Allison Delgado - Grade 2, Skye Nelson - Grade 3, Mya Alves - Grade 3, Trisha Torres - Grade 3, Isabella Petruzziello - Grade 4, Eli Murnane - Grade 1, Lulu Sebas - Grade 4.
Demolished ‘blighted’ home on corner of First Avenue… was it too nice to be kept standing?
Knights win 'Snow Jam' tournament
The ND basketball team won its own Winter Snow Jam Basketball Tournament beating Holy Cross and Stamford on back to back days over the Christmas Holiday. It’s the second year the Green Knights have won this event.
Sharks terrorize early on
Megan Froehlich scores on a wrap around for the girls’ hockey team in their 8-5 victory over Hall/Conard.
Mike Alfano celebrates his second goal of the game with Conner Fowler in West Haven’s 6-1 win over the North Haven Indians. The Westies were off to one of their best starts in years over the opening weeks of the season.
Youth hoops action
Marlin Walker lays one up for the Blue Devils in a 76-66 loss to the Green Knights on Friday evening.
Youth hoops action
Sarah Evangelista guards her player in the Westies 49-43 defeat of the Cheshire Rams on Friday.
Veteran's museum gets AT&T boost
Alyce Benson; Bill Benson, WHVM Board Member; Gordon Bergman, WHVM Vice Presi- dent; Frank Chasney, WHVM President; Kelly Wade Bettuchi, AT&T; Arlene DeGrand Painter, WHVM Manager; State Rep. Charles Ferraro.
Local 681 donates for homeless families
From left, Local 681 Vice President Shawn Doody, Chief Steward Rosa Richardson and President Eric Peterson present a donation of $450 to family therapist Sheila Hebert and Director Robert S. Morton of West Haven Youth and Family Services at City Hall on Dec. 20. Brothers and sisters of Local 681 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which represents rank-and-file city employees, collected the funds for a Youth and Family Services program that aids West Haven homeless families. Morton said the money will buy clothing, food and toiletries for those families in need.
From left, Art Gilbert and Dubel’s Cafe owner Fred Hugendubel, co-chairmen of the Dubel’s Golf Tournament, present a $7,680 check for the West Haven Breast Cancer Awareness Program to committee member Beth A. Sabo at City Hall on Dec. 5 as tournament organizers Elma Dunn, Kate Kane and Kc Duffy look on. The money was raised at the annual golf tournament in October. Other organizers included Kaci Fabish, Jo-Anne Hugendubel-Case, Sue LePre and Mary Price. Since its inception in 2000, the program has collected about $700,000 for breast cancer research and education.