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New Haven, Connecticut is located in New Haven County. Zip codes in New Haven, CT include 06540, 06534, and 06510. The median home price in New Haven is $184,900 which is roughly $113/per square foot. More New Haven information.

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1 hr ago | ThinkProgress

Take Heart - Americans' Cardiac Health Is Improving

Alberta Epps of Jackson, Miss., right, undergoes a sonogram of the brachial artery as a participant in the Jackson Heart Study Lifestyle changes, better treatment, and improved prevention efforts have caused a drastic decrease in hospitalization from heart disease and stroke, according to a study published in the online journal Circulation this ... (more)

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6 hrs ago | Medical News

Fitness-related traits in bipolar disorder relatives may explain disease persistence

These enhanced fitness-related traits may explain the persistence of the illness in the general population, say Tyrone Cannon and colleagues.

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10 hrs ago | WTNH

Move in day for University of New Haven students

Move in day for thousands of freshmen at the University of New Haven was made a little more chaotic with construction on Campbell Avenue.

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12 hrs ago | WTNH

Gourmet Heaven store in New Haven (file).

On June 30, 2015, Gourmet Heaven will close both its Broadway and Whitney Avenue stores.

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15 hrs ago | KTVN Reno

Bouchard, Wozniacki upset at Connecticut Open

Police and protesters in Ferguson were finally able to share the streets again at night, putting aside for at least a few hours some of the hostility that had filled those hours with tear gas and smoke.

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19 hrs ago | ABC News

Canberra Close Up: Angus Trumble

Mr. Trumble moved from the United States to Canberra in February, leaving behind his role as Senior Curator of Paintings and Sculpture at the Yale Centre for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Summerville Journal Scene

DD2 student hits the books at Yale

Provided Jelani Moore stands outside Berkeley College, the name of the dorm he resided in during his three-week academic camp at Yale University.

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WTNH

Volunteers keep Connecticut Open running

Volunteers: the Connecticut Open needs them. This year, some 300 strong are giving their time: driving them, chasing them, seating them.

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The Georgia Straight

Taylor Ho Bynum happy to take listeners for a ride

Just don't expect him to appear in hair-metal meggings, however. This summer, his uniform will be bike shorts and a helmet, as he's taking his cornet on an 1,800-mile Acoustic Bicycle Tour of the West Coast, all the way from Vancouver to the Mexican border.

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CTNow.com

The 'Bread And Milk' Guy, Vic Dibitetto, Performs In New Haven

Vic Dibitetto is the "bread and milk" guy. The viral video that's earned 12 million hits on YouTube shows Dibitetto going apoplectic in his car, wailing "I've got to get the bread and milk!! Oh my god!!" because the weatherman has predicted a little snow.

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WTNH

Fort Hale Pier New Haven

After years of waiting, local fishermen want the Fort Hale Park Pier fixed. They say there's no where for them to fish without putting themselves in danger.

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WTNH

New Haven police headquarters.

Authorities issued the alerts early Wednesday morning for 13-year-old Destinee Tappin, 12-year-old Maghaney Tappin and 12-year-old Kani Wright.

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The Hartford Courant

State Loans $1.8 Million For Business To Move To North Haven

The state Bond Commission has signed off on a $1.77 million loan to C. Cowles & Company to relocate five of its divisions from New Haven, and another in Massachusetts, to the former Marlin Firearms factory in North Haven, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Tuesday.

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Greenwich Citizen

Alternate Routes perform at Toad's Place

Toad's Place, 300 York St., New Haven. Thursday, Aug. 21, 9 p.m. $15 door, $12 advance.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Greenwich Citizen

Peabody's free day to feature mammoth party

Ms. Jess Mastodon will be the star of Yale Peabody Museum's free admission day on Saturday, Aug. 23, in New Haven.

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Live Science

How Do Monster Black Holes Form? New Find May Provide 'Missing Link'

Black holes are some of the strangest objects in the universe, and they typically fall into one of two size extremes: "small" ones that are dozens of times more massive than the sun and other "supermassive" black holes that are billions of times larger than our nearest star.

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Connecticut Post

Two charged in bank robbery after wrong-way Merritt...

Two New Haven men held up the TD Bank office on Post Road East this morning, police said, and fled through town before speeding onto the Merritt Parkway in the wrong direction, where they crashed into several other cars and were caught after a foot chase through woods near Newtown Turnpike.

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Westport Now

Police ID Bank Robbery Suspects

Police identified the suspects arrested in today's TD Bank robbery as New Haven residents Carmello K. Dekane , 30, of 2 Limerick St., who was the driver of the getaway vehicle, and passenger Jermaine Cowan, 35, of 474 Quinnipiac Ave. Both are being held in lieu of an $85,000 bond each and are scheduled to appear in Norwalk Superior Court on ... (more)

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All About Jazz

PERFORMANCE/TOUR: Ralph Peterson Celebrates the Release of "Alive at...

Ralph Peterson has done it again with a second volume of his continuing recordings at Firehouse 12, the New Haven, CT jazz club which has made an undeniable impact on the east coast jazz scene.

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Metro

NEWParalysed man becomes first victim of ALS to take the Ice Bucket Challenge

A paralysed man suffering from ALS has become the first person with the disease to take part in the growing 'ice bucket challenge' craze sweeping across the internet.

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