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Cop Charged in Fatal Crash Due in Court

The Associated Press

December 8, 2009

Derby - A Connecticut police officer is due back in court to face manslaughter and reckless driving charges related to a cruiser crash that killed two teenagers last summer. Milford Officer Jason Anderson is to appear in Milford Superior Court Tuesday morning. He hasn't entered a plea yet. The...

Teaching the Community How to Make a Newspaper

Sam Claver

November 19, 2009

WEST HAVEN – On Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, staff members from The Charger Bulletin taught a seventh grade class how to run, design, and create a newspaper. Nine students offered their experience and knowledge to a dozen seventh graders, part of the New Haven-based TAG program for talented and gifted...

One Connecticut Family Turns Loss Into A Strike At Cancer

The Charger Bulletin

November 12, 2009

Second annual Gil Rogers, Jr. Memorial Bowl-A-Thon will be on November 14, 2009 to support No More Fathers Lost. (Middletown, Connecticut) October 26, 2009 - When Middletown native Gil Rogers, Jr. was diagnosed with esophageal cancer, he knuckled down for a fight. With his children, Katy Vereneau...

Register Now for East Haven Penguin Plunge to Benefit Special Olympics

The Charger Bulletin

November 3, 2009

There will be the warm feeling of community spirit and joy in the air at this year’s Annual East Haven Penguin Plunge to benefit Special Olympics--even if the water’s a bit chilly.  All are invited to support local Special Olympics athletes by coming out to plunge with them on Saturday, December...

Relient K Wows Crowd at Toad’s Place

The Charger Bulletin

October 28, 2009

By Brian Merrifield and Ika Polis Toads Place in downtown New Haven once again pulled together a fantastic concert on Thursday Oct. 1, headlining Relient K with Barcelona and Copeland. After an intense, wild, and animated opening by the other bands, Relient K kicked off the first show of their new...

Push Play at Toad’s Place

Zach Gzehoviak

October 21, 2009

Quite a few females between the age of 18 and 25 have probably sat around, eating popcorn, wishing, and staring: “(sigh) it’s a shame, those Jonas Brothers are so adorable and innocent.  I’d totally be obsessed if they were older.” Well ladies, Push Play might be for you. Hailing from Long Island,...

A& E Events Listing October 7th through October 21st

Sara McGuire

October 6, 2009

October 7th Connecticut Music Dinosaur Jr. at Toad’s Place New York City Music Manic Street Preachers at Webster Hall New Talent at Caroline’s on Broadway Basia Bulat Plus Samuel Izdat at The Bell House Chris Barron & ...

Equinox Diner Gives to the Community

Erin Ennis

September 30, 2009

On Friday, Sept. 25, the Equinox Diner in Orange sponsored their first Equinox celebration. The diner was unusually peppy and exciting as you walked in the front door. Guests were greeted with balloons, a cotton candy machine, and flowing bottles of champagne. For those who have never been to the...

Raymond Clark Arrested For the Murder of Annie Le

Zack Rosen

September 23, 2009

The body of Yale student Annie Le, who was found dead behind a wall on what should have been her wedding day, has been returned to Northern California for her funeral. Funeral director Dennis Hamilton of Green Valley Mortuary in Rescue has said that Le’s family has requested that all details about...

Making a Difference: ALD Cleans Up West Haven

The Charger Bulletin

September 23, 2009

Written by members of the ALD Honors Society. As the school year started, the executive board members of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society were deciding what their first event of the semester should be. They wanted something that would be fun and that would grab a lot of students’ (and the West...

Connecticut Students for Dodd Announces Formation and Action Plan

The Charger Bulletin

September 8, 2009

New Haven, CT – Today, a coalition of politically engaged students from across the state have announced the formation of Connecticut Students for Dodd. This student run organization, formed independently of the campaign, will spend the next fifteen months working to ensure the reelection of Senator...

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