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John Haffey

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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. You Are What You Eat: NYP Examines Obesity-Cancer Correlation

    You Are What You Eat: NYP Examines Obesity-Cancer Correlation

    For most people, losing weight to look and feel good is a lifestyle priority. However, studies have shown that maintaining a healthy weight is also one the of the most important steps people can take to reduce the risk of cancer.According to the World Health Organization, obesity and being overweight has been linked to 13 different types of cancer, including esophageal, liver, stomach ...

  2. Don't Want To Grow Up? A Prominent Connecticut Toy Store Is Up For Sale

    Don't Want To Grow Up? A Prominent Connecticut Toy Store Is Up For Sale

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- For business minds seeking an opportunity that's as rewarding as it is profitable, an established Connecticut retail toy store is currently on the market and seeking new ownership.Having been in operation for more that 30 years, the to-be-named-store specializes in the sale of high end toys to Westchester and Fairfield county families. The store is located in ...

  3. Bankwell CEO Brings Wall Street Smarts To Leading Community Bank

    Bankwell CEO Brings Wall Street Smarts To Leading Community Bank

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A Wall Street investment banker for much of his life, Christopher Gruseke was looking to make a difference closer to home when he joined New Canaan-based Bankwell in 2015."I was really drawn to the idea of working in my community," said Gruseke, Bankwell's CEO. "I looked at this as an opportunity to touch something, and at the end of the day go home ...

  4. New Canaanites Calm Fairfield County With Homegrown Wellness Program

    New Canaanites Calm Fairfield County With Homegrown Wellness Program

    For four New Canaan residents, finding the perfect meditation group in Fairfield County was anything but relaxing. Unable to find a local, secular mindfulness program that fit their needs, Will Heins, Erika Long and Michelle and Nick Seaver decided to do the next best thing: start their own.What eventually became know as the Community Mindfulness Project -- or CMP -- began in May ...

  5. Bankwell Hosts Stamford 'Shred Day' To Help Combat Identity Theft

    Bankwell Hosts Stamford 'Shred Day' To Help Combat Identity Theft

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- From credit cards to CDs, New Canaan-based Bankwell is helping Fairfield County residents safely dispose of expired personal financial information with a "Shred Day," this Saturday in downtown Stamford.Free on-site shredding services will be held at the bank’s 612 Bedford St. branch on Saturday, April 15 from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Residents are encouraged to ...

  6. A Seaside Enclave, Riverside Offers Superb Quality Of Life Then And Now

    A Seaside Enclave, Riverside Offers Superb Quality Of Life Then And Now

    RIVERSIDE, Conn. -- From authors to musicians to yachtsmen, the Greenwich neighborhood of Riverside has provided relaxation and privacy to residents since the early days of American history.Just thirty miles from Manhattan, Riverside has long been a Greenwich jewel thanks to its accessibility and coastal charm. Bordered to the west by the Mianus River and to the south and east by Long ...

  7. Hope Is On The Horizon For Pancreatic Cancer Patients

    Hope Is On The Horizon For Pancreatic Cancer Patients

    For those fighting the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States, hospitals like NewYork-Presbyterian are providing hope and treatment during difficult times.Deemed a "silent killer" due to its lack of warning symptoms, pancreatic cancer is often too advanced at diagnosis to be effectively treated. As a result, more than 90 percent of pancreatic cancer ...

  8. Community Bank's New Technology Combines Scanning And Savings

    Community Bank's New Technology Combines Scanning And Savings

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- When opening a checking or savings account with a community financial institution, the option to bank local doesn't have to mean stepping back in time. In fact, at Bankwell, the community bank that serves Fairfield and New Haven counties, cutting-edge applications such as retina scanners and budgeting tools are allowing them to provide friendly, neighborhood service ...

  9. Stamford Health Names New Chair Of Orthopedic Surgery Department

    Stamford Health Names New Chair Of Orthopedic Surgery Department

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Dr. Charles “Chip” Cornell has been named chair of the newly created Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Stamford Health, effective March 1. As department chair, Cornell will be responsible for the direction of all orthopedic services, including subspecialty divisions and HSS Orthopedics at Stamford Health.  The hospital’s new collaboration with Hospital for Special ...

  10. NYP Pioneers New Treatment Options For Blood-Related Cancers

    NYP Pioneers New Treatment Options For Blood-Related Cancers

    Blood provides all the nutrients, oxygen and antibodies a person needs to stay healthy. Yet every three minutes, one person in the United States is diagnosed with a hematologic -- blood or lymph -- cancer. Fortunately, doctors are on the verge of several major advances in treatment that offer improved chances of survival and enhanced quality of life.Hematologic cancers, of which there ...

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