Joe Morelli, New Haven Register

Joe Morelli

New Haven Register

Connecticut, United States

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Recent:
  • New Haven Register
  • Register Citizen
  • Greenwich Time
Past:
  • The Middletown Press
  • The News-Times
  • Stamford Advocate
  • TheHourNews
  • Connecticut Post

Recent articles by Joe:

Yale Golf Course tentatively set to open Sept. 28

Having been closed since November, the Yale Golf Course is now tentatively set to open on Sept. 28 the university confirmed. → Read More

Brooklawn CC to host U.S. Senior Women’s Open in 2021 after losing event amid COVID-19 this year

Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield will host the U.S. Senior Women's Open on Aug. 19-22, 2021, making up for the loss of the event his year. → Read More

Golf roundup: Conroy wins State Mid-Amateur in sudden-death playoff

Ben Conroy birdied the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to defeat Cody Paladino and win the Connecticut Mid-Amateur at Madison Country Club. → Read More

The Latest: Kentucky Fried Chicken suspends tagline in ads

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Don't lick your fingers! That's what Kentucky Fried Chicken signaled to customers as the company suspended its "It's Finger Lickin' Good" tagline after 64 years, deeming it "the most inappropriate slogan for 2020" amid the coronavirus pandemic. The suspension will affect the slogan's use in global advertising "for a little while," the company said in a statement. "We find… → Read More

Multi-vehicle Greenwich crash slows I-95 traffic

The crash, reported around 7:30 a.m., has closed the lane between exits 6 and 5. → Read More

Pedal Greenwich will teach young bicyclists the rules of the road

Elementary school kids can sign up for the event, which offers a course filled with safety tips and rules for bicyclists. → Read More

In the spotlight: HBO’s Real Sports comes to Milford’s Great River GC

HBO's Real Sports used Great River Golf Club in Milford as a backdrop for an interview Monday to help tell the story of Valentino Dixon. → Read More

'Dead' woman found to be breathing at Detroit funeral home

DETROIT (AP) - A young woman who was declared dead at her suburban Detroit home opened her eyes at a funeral home as she was about to embalmed, a lawyer said Monday. "They would have begun draining her blood to be very, very frank about it," Geoffrey Fieger told WXYZ-TV. The Southfield fire department acknowledged it was involved in a bizarre set of events Sunday that began when a medical crew… → Read More

Scientists: New tick found in CT could affect humans, dogs

In humans, Gulf Coast ticks can transmit a form of spotted fever, while dogs can experience decrease appetite, weight loss and discharge from the eyes and nose. → Read More

Greenwich Hospital delays annual Teddy Bear Clinic

The popular event, which teaches kids about medical procedures through one-on-one interactions, is slated to return in fall of 2021. → Read More

Max Theodorakis runs away with 86th Connecticut Open title

Max Theodorakis won the 86th edition of the Connecticut Open by five shots Thursday morning on his home course, Ridgewood Country Club. → Read More

Saptak Talwar continues to lead CT Open golf

Saptak Talwar from Sacred Heart University remained the leader heading into the final round of the Connecticut Open at Ridgewood Country Club. → Read More

Talwar still the leader as Tropical Storm Isaias halts Connecticut Open

Tropical Storm Isaias halted play during the second round of the Connecticut Open Tuesday at Ridgewood Country Club. Saptak Talwar remains the leader. → Read More

Sacred Heart’s Talwar emerges with lead at CT Open

Saptak Talwar, a rising senior at Sacred Heart University, fired a 4-under-par 67 to establish a three-shot lead after one round at the Connecticut Open. → Read More

Yale Golf Course to remain closed through August

The Yale Golf Course will now remain closed through the month of August due to the university still being closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Dustin Johnson hangs on to win Travelers Championship

While Johnson never lost the lead, he made it interesting with one drive out of bounds, another nearly in the water, and a third tee shot into a bunker. → Read More

Harvey School honors student-athlete from Greenwich

Ryan Horowitz is expected to play Division I baseball at Bucknell University after graduating with honors. → Read More

Todd leads Johnson by two at Travelers Championship

Brendon Todd fired a 9-under-par 61 in Saturday's third round to lead Dustin Johnson by two shots at the Travelers Championship. → Read More

Gordon making good on sponsor’s exemption, holds lead at Travelers Championship

Will Gordon is making good on the sponsor's exemption awarded to him by the Travelers Championship. Gordon fired an 8-under-par 62 Friday to stand as the leader by 2 strokes midway through the second round at the Travelers Championship being held at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell. "(Travelers tournament director) Nathan Grube and (executive vice president and chief administrative officer) Andy… → Read More

Fosdick rallies to claim 118th State Amateur crown

Chris Fosdick was down big during Thursday's State Amateur final, but rallied to defeat Cody Paladino to win the 118th edition of the championship. → Read More