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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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  • "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 LiveĀ  broadcast of the National Theatre of Great Britain stage...
  • Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track

    Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track
    Up to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
  • Jackson Refused To Release Documents In Florida, Too

    Senate Republicans have been unsuccessful in obtaining the details of the $291 million deal between Jackson Laboratory and the state because Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has refused to reveal the documents - in the same way that documents were not released in...
  • 'American Idol' recap: Season premiere

    'American Idol' recap: Season premiere
    "American Idol"kicked off its 11th season with a retrospective feel as it took us back to 2002 and reminded us of the moment when waitress Kelly Clarkson won the inaugural season. Video clips of Idol hopefuls as kids performing were flashed before our...
  • 'American Idol' premiere: Not as bad as it could have been

     
    The 11th season of “American Idol” premiered Wednesday on FOX-TV, and pretty much all of the bad things I predicted you’d see on the show came to pass: Judges who don’t judge, judge (Randy Jackson) who is consistently wrong, joke.....
  • Coldest Front in Years Freezes Tri-State, With Deadly Effect

    Coldest Front in Years Freezes Tri-State, With Deadly Effect
    In some parts of the Tri-State, Monday will go on the record books as the coldest day in at least six years. That ended up taking a deadly toll on a woman in Connecticut, and chilled, numbed and otherwise inconvenienced millions of other people in the New...
  • 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...
  • Official at controversial North Haven contracting firm gets 18 months in federal fraud case

    An official of a North Haven-based contracting company has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $90,000 in restitution for his part in a multi-state fraud scheme. Boris A. Tomicic of West Hartford was found guilty last...
  • The virtues of setting and shooting a film in Connecticut

    The virtues of setting and shooting a film in Connecticut
    A number of high-profile dramas have been shot and set amongst the immaculately manicured lawns and well-preserved historical homes of the Connecticut suburbs, among them Sam Mendes' Revolutionary Road, the movie Kate Winslet should have won the Oscar...
  • Ernest Borgnine, Hamden's Favorite Son, R.I.P.

    Ernest Borgnine, Hamden's Favorite Son, R.I.P.
    Ernest Borgnine died July 8 at the advanced age of Borgninety-five. I nearly had a chance to talk the guy a year and a half ago, when he was coming back to his home state of Connecticut for one of those celebrity anecdote-and-Q-&-A shows that older...
  • Kenneth W. Davis

    Kenneth W. Davis
    Kenneth W. Davis, a retired Boy Scouts of America official who was active in the affairs of Severna Park United Methodist Church, died Tuesday at St. Agnes Hospital. The longtime Severna Park resident was 84. The son of a garage owner and a homemaker,...