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50 min ago | New Haven Independent
For his long-running dream to start a school for Dixwell and Newhallville kids, Pastor Eldren Morrison has a new partner - and a new ambitious proposal to open in August with 300 students.
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1 hr ago | New Haven Independent
Jack and Wyn Martin, visiting town from Vancouver Tuesday, took a trip back in time to Colonial Days on the fabulous New Haven Green - via cellphone.
3 hrs ago | Eater
Looks like chef Mario Batali is continuing the Connecticut expansion push of his Tarry Lodge Enoteca and Pizzeria , this time in New Haven, CT.
3 hrs ago | News Times
Bill Bellamy joins Sommore, Tommy Davidson and Tony Rock for a stop on their Standing Ovation Tour at the Shuber Theatre in New Haven on Saturday, March 15 at 7 p.m. Photo: Contributed Photo Sommore joins Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson and Tony Rock for a stop on their Standing Ovation Tour at the Shuber Theatre in New Haven on Saturday, March 15 at ... (more)
6 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants horse-drawn carriages out of the city. The Democrat is proposing to replace the traditional form of entertainment with a fleet of vintage electric cars.
The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority today requested that tree-trimming efforts by the Connecticut Light & Power Co.
For every 10 New Haven middle-schoolers, nine say they want to go to college, but only five actually go, and only two get a degree.
Norma Francheschi, a longtime Fair Haven community leader, has noticed that litter for years.
On the third floor, the governor heard a wind sextet. In the basement, a clave rhythm.
The group, started by some avid bicyclists, is seeking volunteers to help with an ambitious project to close a 9-mile hole in the greenway that eventually will stretch about 80 miles, mostly along old railway and canal paths, from Long Island Sound to Northampton, Mass.
Renee Cartagena, 35, of Auburn Street in New Haven, was charged March 4 with fifth-degree larceny and second-degree forgery.
Between making his rounds at Ross/Woodward School, Darrell Barnes revved up his personal car, got on the highway, and drove 4.4 miles to the school board headquarters - all to deliver a piece of paper to ensure he gets paid.
State legislators are considering a bill that would prohibit insurers from withholding coverage on homes that don't have permanent storm shutters.
The gallery at Institute Library in New Haven is filled with sorrow these days. The artwork on the walls focuses on one horrible day, March 5, 2007, when a car bomb exploded on Al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad, killing 26 people and destroying many businesses.
Edward Anderson rose to "indict" the "raw deal" the city struck with a developer.