David Borges, New Haven Register

David Borges

New Haven Register

Southington, CT, United States

Contact David

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

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

Recent articles by David:

Bethany state police report 84-year-old woman is missing

Arlene Fraser was reported missing Wednesday. → Read More

4 great white sharks detected near Rhode Island shore

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Researchers at the Atlantic Shark Institute detected four great white sharks Wednesday in the waters near Block Island, Rhode Island. Seven acoustic receivers detected the presence of the sharks, which range in length from 8 to more than 13 feet, in the waters near the island, the institute's officials said in a news release. The sensors were installed as a part of a… → Read More

A look at players with Connecticut ties currently at ‘Summer Camp’ with MLB teams

The 18 players with Connecticut ties currently in 'Summer Camp' with MLB teams range from superstar George Springer to veteran catchers trying to hang on. → Read More

New Haven’s Tremont Waters named to All-NBA G League Second Team

After being named the NBA G League's Rookie of the Year last week, New Haven's Tremont Water earned All-G League Second Team honors on Friday. → Read More

UConn proposes cutting men’s tennis, swimming and cross country, women’s rowing

Athletes in all four sports will be allowed to remain at the school for another year, under the terms of whatever scholarship or financial aid deals they currently enjoy. → Read More

Formers Staples baseball star Ben Casparius of Westport will play at UConn for his senior season

Ben Casparius, the former Staples High star who was denied a waiver to play at UConn this season, will return to play for the Huskies. → Read More

Ex-UConn assistant Raphael Chillious returning to take over at South Kent Prep — again

Raphael Chillious led South Kent Prep to national prominence over a decade ago, and after 12 years as a college assistant, he's coming back "home." → Read More

Adama Sanogo, a talented big man out of New Jersey, commits to UConn men’s basketball team

UConn has been looking for a post player immediately eligible for next season, and the Huskies got their man in talented big Adama Sanogo → Read More

UConn, Notre Dame, USC and Vanderbilt to headline 2020 Legends Classic

UConn, Notre Dame, USC, Vanderbilt will headline 2020 Legends Classic, but Huskies will first face High Point, Monmouth at home. → Read More

Andre Drummond’s donation to Middlesex Health is latest in long line of charitable acts by UConn products

Andre Drummond's $100,000 donation to Middlesex Hospital, where his mom used to work, is latest in long line of charitable acts by UConn basketball products. → Read More

New Haven’s Joe Kasperzyk commits to Southeastern Louisiana University

Former Hillhouse star Joey Kasperzyk, who spent the past season at Odessa Junior College, has committed to Southeastern Louisiana University. → Read More

URI transfer Tyrese Martin is now officially a UConn Husky

Tyrese Martin, who just completed his sophomore year at Rhode Island, has officially joined the UConn men's basketball program. → Read More

Tom Webster, former hockey player and coach, dies at 71

Tom Webster, the former NHL and WHA forward who went on to coach the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings, died Friday. He was 71. The Carolina Hurricanes announced Webster's death. Webster scored 53 goals and helped the franchise - then the New England Whalers - win the World Hockey Association's first title in 1972-73. He also was an assistant coach in Carolina, and son-in-law L.J. Scarpace… → Read More

Tom Webster, former hockey player and coach, dies at 71

Tom Webster, the former NHL and WHA forward who went on to coach the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings, died Friday. He was 71. The Carolina Hurricanes announced Webster's death. Webster scored 53 goals and helped the franchise - then the New England Whalers - win the World Hockey Association's first title in 1972-73. He also was an assistant coach in Carolina, and son-in-law L.J. Scarpace… → Read More

XFL suspends operations, lays off employees

The XFL has suspended operations and laid off its employees. XFL workers were told of the layoffs during an in-house conference call Friday. After canceling the remainder of its season last month because of the coronavirus pandemic, but promising to be back in 2021, the upstart league backed by WWE has left its future in doubt. League executives said they expected to be back next year soon after… → Read More

XFL suspends operations, lays off employees

The XFL has suspended operations and laid off its employees. XFL workers were told of the layoffs during an in-house conference call Friday. After canceling the remainder of its season last month because of the coronavirus pandemic, but promising to be back in 2021, the upstart league backed by WWE has left its future in doubt. League executives said they expected to be back next year soon after… → Read More

Area people of note, April 12, 2020

* Nearly 40 alumni returned to Notre Dame High School for the 28th Annual Alumni Band Reunion in January, joined by some student musicians. The day began with a morning rehearsal; then the band was joined by family, friends, and members of the Notre Dame community for the evening performance in Collins Auditorium. Each year, one alumnus is selected to receive the Salvatore Michael Amore '78… → Read More

Tyrese Martin, a big, scoring guard, transferring from URI to UConn

Dan Hurley has said he was looking to bring in a big, scoring guard to UConn, and he got his man in URI's Tyrese Martin. → Read More

East Haven’s Zullo won’t seek Fasano’s 34th District state Senate seat

Republican state Rep. Joe Zullo said he will seek reelection to his current House seat, to focus on "being the best possible advocate I can be for my hometown." → Read More

Lottery audit: 27 percent of sales went to state coffers

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut's lottery games pumped $667.5 million into the state's general fund over the two fiscal years that ended on June 30, 2017, according state auditors. The audit, released Thursday, showed the weekly transfers from the quasi-public Connecticut Lottery Corporation totaled $337.5 million in the year ending June 30, 2016, and $330 million the following year. The… → Read More