Noelle Gardner, WTNH News 8

Noelle Gardner

WTNH News 8

Hamden, CT, United States

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Past articles by Noelle:

COVID forces couples to change how they celebrate their weddings

Connecticut wedding season would have been in full swing this June, but because of the coronavirus, many couples have been forced to postpone their big day. → Read More

CT residents can now use SNAP benefits to order groceries online

Food Stamps recipients in Connecticut are now allowed to use them to order groceries online. → Read More

CT Post Mall preps for Wednesday’s reopening

You can get your retail fix on Wednesday at the Connecticut Post Mall. → Read More

Pandemic leads to record hikes in food prices

During these difficult times, shoppers not only have to worry about keeping safe but also the rise in food prices. → Read More

How one East Haven day care is making its facility safer for kids, workers

When your child returns to day care it might look a lot different as day care centers are making big changes. → Read More

Potential coronavirus outbreak: What you’ll want to keep on hand

With fears of a coronavirus outbreak in the United State, officials released the following list of items people should keep in their homes in case of a coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Connecticut spearheading investigation into Juul marketing to youths, AG Tong says

Attorney General William Tong announced Tuesday that Connecticut spearheading a nationwide investigation into the e-cigarette company, Juul. → Read More

Subway HQ in Milford eliminating hundreds of corporate positions

Subway is making major cuts at its global headquarters in Milford. The company is eliminating around 300 corporate positions, which has reportedly prompted extra security from Milford police on the premises Wednesday. → Read More

Connecticut State Police roll out wellness program

Connecticut State Police employees can get help dealing with the stresses of the job through a new wellness program. → Read More

Deadline to switch political parties is fast approaching

Jan. 28 is the deadline for enrolled party members to switch from one political party to the other -- that includes the independent party. → Read More

Hamden school district rolls out bus tracking app

The Hamden school district is rolling out a bus tracking app so that parents and kids can start and end their school day smoothly. → Read More

Holiday shopping crunch: Cut off dates for online shopping

The race is on to get those goodies under the tree Christmas morning. → Read More

Tweed expansion planning process is in the works, neighbors say environmental and traffic issues will only increase

The Tweed Airport expansion planning process is in the works. The City of New Haven says it's a step closer to improving access for New Haven to markets across the country. However, neighbors living around the airport are not happy. → Read More

Trained police dog living at shelter in Harwinton for two years looking for forever home

Flash, a German Shepard and Belgian Malinois mix, has been at the Harwinton Animal Shelter for over two years. Shelter workers say that she is a very special dog that needs a very special home. → Read More

Tips for preparing your car, home for bitter cold weather

It's that time of year again to get your car ready for winter. → Read More

DCF reminds parents not to leave kids alone in cars, public spaces

The State Department of Children and Families (DCF) is reminding parents to never leave kids alone in a car. → Read More

Yale students on edge after string of dorm burglaries

Yale police increased patrols after several dorm burglaries. The latest one was over the weekend at the Saybrook College Suite. → Read More

Gender neutrality hits ballot in Southbury

People aren’t the only things being voted on. → Read More

Simsbury supports 2 of their firefighters injured in Bradley Airport plane crash

The Simsbury fire department is asking the community to support two firefighters who survived the October plane crash at Bradley International Airport. → Read More

CIAC hopes new rules will reduce concussions, make football safer for high school athletes

The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) has rolled out new guidelines that it hopes will make high school football safer to play. → Read More