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By Linh Tat UNION CITY -- New Haven school board trustees have named David Pava, a product of the school district and one of its employees for the past 31 years, as interim superintendent. The board continues to search for a permanent schools chief, a job it hopes to have done by mid-October.
By Linh Tat UNION CITY -- Superintendent Pat Jaurequi, in an unexpected announcement, said she will be leaving the New Haven school district for another job. Her decision prompted the New Haven school board to call a special meeting Wednesday night to discuss her replacement.
PSEG Fossil has announced the finalization of a 30-year contract between its subsidiary, PSEG Power Connecticut, and the Connecticut Light and Power Company, pursuant to which PSEG Power Connecticut will add approximately 130MW of peaking generation to its New Haven power station in Connecticut, US.
PSEG Fossil, a subsidiary of the Public Service Enterprise Group, has finalized a 30-year contract with the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control to add 130MW of peaking generation at its New Haven, Connecticut station.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Aug. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. announced today the launch of a new public service initiative designed to benefit Connecticut's mature adult population.
Yale-New Haven Hospital has activated Eclipsys Corporation's clinical information solutions, including Sunrise Acute Care and Sunrise Pharmacy, which are integrated modules of Sunrise Clinical Manager.
Eclipsys Corporation(R), (NASDAQ:ECLP), The Outcomes Company(R), today announced that Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT, has successfully activated Eclipsys clinical information solutions, including Sunrise Acute Care(TM) and Sunrise Pharmacy(TM), which are integrated modules of Sunrise Clinical Manager(TM).
By Mary E. O'Leary, New Haven Register, Conn. Aug. 4--NEW HAVEN -- Construction of the much anticipated "360 State Street" project downtown is expected to start by the end of the month.
By Pamela McLoughlin, New Haven Register, Conn. Aug. 3--WEST HAVEN -- A 2-year-old girl has died from injuries sustained when she pulled a large television down on top of herself while staying overnight at a family friend's house.
By Mary E. O'Leary, New Haven Register, Conn. Aug. 2--State contracts for the managed care organizations charged with administering health care for the poor and the new Charter Oak plan show a cost increase of 24 percent over last year, a boost legislative leaders feel is unjustified.