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North Haven (New Haven, New York)

North Haven (New Haven, New York)
Beginnings: The earliest recorded reference to Hog Neck, as North Haven was first called by white settlers, was in 1641 when town records showed an order to residents on the east side of Hog Neck to fence in their property to guard against the danger of "cattle and hogs astray.'' On Oct. 3, 1665, the Indians sold Hog Neck to Southampton officials known as freeholders, "forever reserving liberty of hunting and fishing and fowling.''
Photo: Shelter Island South Ferry service between North Haven and Shelter Island. (Newsday / Daniel Goodrich )
Beginnings: The earliest recorded reference to Hog Neck, as North Haven was first called by white settlers, was in 1641 when town records showed an order to residents on the east side of Hog Neck to fence in their property to guard against the danger of "cattle and hogs astray.'' On Oct. 3, 1665, the Indians sold Hog Neck to Southampton officials known as freeholders, "forever reserving liberty of hunting and fishing and fowling.''
Photo: Shelter Island South Ferry service between North Haven and Shelter Island. (Newsday / Daniel Goodrich )
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  • Our Picks: Showcasing a Few of New Haven's Local Films

    Our Picks: Showcasing a Few of New Haven's Local Films
    Catch a film or two this week: How to Marry a Millionaire: Jan. 26, 2:30 p.m., New Haven Free Public Library, 133 Elm St., New Haven, (203) 946-8835, nhfpl.org. One Night Stand: Creating a Play in a Day: Jan. 30, 7:30 p.m., Branford 12, 325 E. Main...
  • A Building Products Company Joins State's First Five Program

    A Building Products Company Joins State's First Five Program
    A new international construction technology and materials firm will bring 408 jobs to the state, filling a North Haven building emptied when a Canadian printing company closed operations in 2008. Sustainable Building Solutions, introduced Wednesday by...
  • Connecticut Must Overcome Doctor Drought

    Connecticut Must Overcome Doctor Drought
    The federal Affordable Care Act is designed to extend insurance coverage to many more Americans than are currently insured — as many as 30 million more, according to a recent report in The New York Times. But will these newly covered people be...
  • Autumntimes: Halloween and Other Fun Fall Events Around Connecticut

    Autumntimes: Halloween and Other Fun Fall Events Around Connecticut
    Costume Shops Characters & Costumes, 260 River St., Guilford, (203) 453-6036, readamusements.com. Costumes for adults and kids, for sale or rent. Fashionista Vintage & Variety, 93 Whitney Ave., New Haven, (203) 777-4434, fashionista-vintage-variety.com....
  • "Jesus Christ Superstar" Stage Film To Be Screened In Connecticut

    "Jesus Christ Superstar" Stage Film To Be Screened In Connecticut
    The filming of the London arena production of the revival of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar will be broadcast to select U.S. cinemas nationwide on Monday, Oct. 29 and again on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m.,...
  • Best Art Supply Store

    Best Art Supply Store
    1) Hull's Art Supply and Framing Yale art and architecture students should thank their lucky stars every day that Hull's Art Supply exists so close to campus. "We supply the architecture students with all their needs for model making, local artists and...
  • Film of Christopher Plummer in "The Tempest" at SSF Set For Connecticut

    Film of Christopher Plummer in "The Tempest" at SSF Set For Connecticut
    Hartford Stage 's current production of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" starring Daniel Davis not enough sturm und drang for you? Even knowing Olympia Dukakis is doing the show this summer at Shakespeare & Company in the Berkshires? Then check out...
  • "Sherlock"'s Benedict Cumberbatch Stars In Duo Roles In NT Live's "Frankenstein"

    "Sherlock"'s Benedict Cumberbatch Stars In Duo Roles In NT Live's "Frankenstein"
    That Sherlock is a beast. Benedict Cumberbatch, the hot young English actor who stars in PBS’s terrific “Sherlock” series, plays the Creature in National Theatre Live  broadcast of the National Theatre of Great Britain stage...
  • Anthem Moves To Wallingford; North Haven Campus To Become Quinnipiac Medical School

    Anthem Moves To Wallingford; North Haven Campus To Become Quinnipiac Medical School
    — The new home of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Connecticut has a roof of several arches, like a row of miniature Quonset huts, to reflect interior light. On two sides of the building, floor-to-ceiling windows flood the interior with...
  • The Connecticut Irish Festival, June 23-24 at North Haven Fairgrounds

    The Connecticut Irish Festival, June 23-24 at North Haven Fairgrounds
    This year, the Connecticut Irish Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary. Help them celebrate by partaking in one of the festival's many events and exhibits, knocking back a Guinness or two, and enjoying the live music. A host of musical acts awaits your...
  • As Malloy Heads To China, A World Of Change Since The Last Governor's Mission

    As Malloy Heads To China, A World Of Change Since The Last Governor's Mission
    Exactly 25 years ago, the last time a sitting Connecticut governor visited China, Anne Evans was on the trip trying to sell recycled tires through her new Hebron firm, EER Ltd. The trip with Gov. William A. O'Neill, and about 60 other people, launched...