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Betsy Fox lived in New Haven 's Wooster Square neighborhood for two years, in the '80s.
John R. Quinn, president & CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association of South Central Connecticut serving the Greater New Haven area, recently announced that VNA/SCC has been awarded a $2,000 grant from Webster Bank to be used for the Pam's Pantry program.
New Haven has a good handle on the pizza situation, with New Haven-style pizza championed by a few big players, and done well all over Connecticut.
Amidst the shifting landscape in media, the print NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT ADVOCATE couldn't manage to survive.
By now we've all heard stories of hospitals charging hundreds of dollars for an aspirin pill or a bandage, part of the screwy world of medical cost allocation that includes list prices almost no one pays, based on made-up numbers.
What makes it special?: The revival is directed by Phylicia Rashad, who has starred in and staged several of Wilson's works.
Talk therapy conducted in groups could help people with social anxiety disorder, according to a new review of past studies.
A Fairfield man arrested in connection with a scare at the University of New Haven has been charged with illegal possession of an assault weapon.
Yesterday's gun scare at the University of New Haven was the latest in a string of local campus lockdowns.
Security officials at University of New Haven are being praised for all of their hard work and their strong response to Tuesday's campus scare.
William Dong's facebook page. Dong, of Fairfield, Conn., will be arraigned today, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2012 on weapons charges after an incident at the University of New Haven on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
Yale University professor Samuel See, left, was found dead at the Union Avenue Detention Facility in New Haven, Conn., right, on Nov. 24, 2013.
Police Find Newspaper Clippings Of Mass Shootings In HomeWEST HAVEN - The armed Fairfield man who prompted a lockdown at the University of New Haven and other area schools Tuesday faces a variety of charges, including illegal possession of an assault weapon, and is to be arraigned Wednesday in Superior Court in Milford.
The University of New Haven in Connecticut says a suspect is in custody following a report of a man near campus with what appeared to be a rifle.
A federal judge has dismissed a national gun industry group's lawsuit challenging a wide-ranging firearms law passed by Connecticut in response to the shooting deaths of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.