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07/28/2021

Painting of old Town Hall donated

WEST HAVEN, July 28, 2021 – (Pictured): City native Nick Carlino, center, presents his oil painting of the old West Haven Town Hall to Mayor Nancy R. Rossi and her executive assistant, Louis P. Esposito Jr., at City Hall on Wednesday, July 28. Read the article on cityofwesthaven.com READ MORE.
07/21/2021

Don’t help Dems on spending

By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist So far, the bipartisan infrastructure deal is going through the normal life cycle of such proposals — alive, dead, revived, uncertain. For Republicans, the best answer should be dead. They have nothing to gain by blessing a portion of President Joe Biden’s spending plans, when an ungodly amount of money READ MORE.
07/21/2021

Ralph Eberle Park honors former councilman

By Michael P. Walsh Special to the Voice Third Avenue Park was renamed The Ralph Eberle Park in honor of the late councilman at a dedication ceremony Sunday. Mayor Nancy R. Rossi helped Eberle’s wife, Lisa, and his daughter, Victoria, remove a black shroud revealing a wooden red, white and blue sign in his memory, READ MORE.
07/21/2021

Senior Center re opens; Maddern new director

West Haven Senior Center finally reopened its doors on Thursday, July 8, and officials and staff are excited to welcome back the senior community, 55 and up. As well as the center reopening after a long 14-month shutdown, the center’s members welcome Alyssa Maddern, MS, CTRS as the new Director of Elderly Services. Maddern is READ MORE.
07/21/2021

O’Brien to forego Democratic primary

Last week, former Mayor Edward M. O’Brien announced that he will forgo the primary, and instead will run for mayor of West Haven in the general election, Nov. 2. “After months of speaking with city residents and more importantly, listening, it has become crystal clear that residents of West Haven have grown tired of the READ MORE.
07/21/2021

Mullins announces candidacy for mayor

Planning & Zoning Commissioner Steven R. Mullins has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for mayor.  Mullins filed his candidacy with Town and City Clerk Patricia Horvath on Thursday. He will now faceoff against the party’s other announced candidate, Tenth District Councilman Barry Lee Cohen when the Town Committee meets in its annual READ MORE.
07/19/2021

Sandcastle queens

WEST HAVEN, July 19, 2021 – (Pictured): Samantha Boyd and Brooklyn Loehfelm receive a citation for their winning sand sculpture from Diane Dietman of Youth and Family Services during the Centennial Celebration’s Sandcastle Contest on Saturday, July 17. Read the article on cityofwesthaven.com READ MORE.

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