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With Metro-North service suspended between South Norwalk and New Haven, weekend tourists and regular commuters alike are making alternate plans and wondering how long service will be affected by Friday evening's derailment and collision.
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A change to a U.S. program that provides food and medical visits to many infants, children and pregnant women succeeded in reducing the amount of juice bought overall, according to a new study.
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About 60 people have been injured , five critically, after a head-on, rush-hour collision between two commuter trains near New York City .
Approximately 60 people were taken to hospitals this evening - five with critical injuries - when a New York-area commuter train derailed near Fairfield, Conn., knocking a second train coming the other way off the tracks, officials said.
A joint investigation by state and federal authorities led to the arrest Friday of a 30-year-old New Haven woman charged with making bomb threat calls to courthouses across the state.
On February 5, 2013, Mayor John DeStefano delivered his final State of the City address, citing what he felt where the top priorities for the city's improvement in the upcoming years: the budget, public education, the economy, and public safety.
Three million extra dollars for the schools: Too much for taxpayers to bear? Or a much-needed increase to save school reform? That dilemma emerged this week as two East Rock aldermen - Jessica Holmes and Justin Elicker - moved to deny the mayor's request to increase the city contribution to the schools budget by $3 million.
The camera rolled. Claire Criscuolo pulled out a "misunderstood" artichoke and shared some of her vegetarian cooking secrets in a cooking show series that debuted on Gateway Community College's TV screen.
Cyclists converged on a downtown plaza to announce a new vision for New Haven, including connecting bike lanes across the center city and converting one-way streets to two directions of travel.
Mayoral candidate Toni Harp questioned a developer's argument that it needs a $10 million-plus bailout from the city to keep the Ninth Square project alive, while two of her opponents expressed support for spending some new money to preserve affordable housing there.
A new Yale study looks at the scope and consequences of a burgeoning health problem in the cities of the U.S. Northeast: concurrent infection with both HIV and Hepatitis C . The study appears online in the May 14 issue of the Public Library of Science .
A Pawcatuck woman who is a principal in Chicken Lovers Urge Change , has filed an application to change the town's zoning regulations so residents can raise six hens, or two hens per household member on residential properties.
The U.S. Department of Education has ordered Yale University in New Haven, Conn., to pay $165,000 for failing to report campus sex offenses.
Heart attack or heart failure patients may have a high risk of death or re-admission for a month or longer after leaving the hospital, researchers said at the American Heart Association's Quality of Care and Outcomes Scientific Sessions 2013.
American Heart Association Meeting Report - Abstract 251 - Embargoed until 3 p.m. CT/4 p.m. ET, Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Young female heart attack patients have more medical problems, more chest pain and a poorer quality of life before their heart attacks, compared to men.