8 hrs ago
UNH security praised for response
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.
12 hrs ago
Business Beat: Get To Know Popular Demand Barber Shop
When you walk into Popular Demand Barber Shop at 516 Boston Post Road you immediately get the feel of a gentlemen's neighborhood gathering place.
16 hrs ago
The Journal News
Bronx derailment: Feds to Metro-North: Accidents 'unacceptable'; Cuomo endorses idea of PTC
Federal transportation officials are calling a series of accidents on Metro-North Railroad this year "simply unacceptable" and have ordered the railroad to act more aggressively to improve safety.
20 hrs ago
Called It: Say Goodbye To Stop & Shop
We stated, "The store has been losing business due to the close proximity to the very successful Stop & Shop in West Haven and the only thing really keeping it going right now is the gas station."
NBC Los Angeles
Lockdown Lifted at Conn. Campus
West Haven police give an update on the situation at the University of New Haven, after a man was spotted with a rifle and taken into custody.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Village Voice
Suspected Gunman at the University of New Haven In Custody
A suspected gunman at the University of New Haven in West Haven, Connecticut has been taken into custody after sightings on the university's south campus.
Police at UNH suspect's Fairfield home
The house at 1336 Stratfield Road where police are on the scene Tuesday afternoon to search for weapons that may be owned by the man taken into custody earlier in the day for what police said was bringing a loaded gun onto the University of New Haven campus.
UPDATED: Conn. univ. reports possible gunman, 1 in custody
A suspect was taken into custody Tuesday following a report of a man near the University of New Haven campus with what appeared to be a rifle, the school said.
West Haven man facing DWI charge
Yuri Saldana , 27, of 21 Admiral St., West Haven, was arrested Dec. 1 on charges of driving while intoxicated and driving without headlights.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Analysis: Legal pot can be safer
This undated photograph provided by the a University of New Haven, and taken by a microscope set to 10-times magnification, shows a marijuana leaf covered with mold.
The Daily Record
NYC train derailment is latest woe for Metro-North
Sunday's crash in the Bronx is the second passenger train derailment in six months for the rail service and presents Metro-North with another problem, even though the railroad's train accident record had been improving.
Branford Police Blotter: Criminal Impersonation, DUI, Possession of Narcotics
Antonio R. Antollino, 36, of Lee Street in West Haven, was charged Nov. 24 with sixth-degree larceny, criminal impersonation and criminal attempt.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
10 Things to Know for Monday
Officials with the National Transportation Safety Board inspect a derailed Metro North commuter train where it almost fell into the Harlem River, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013 in the Bronx borough of New York.
The Macon Telegraph
Conn. university to test pot for contaminants
In this Oct. 23, 2013 photo, Heather Miller Coyle, an associate professor at the University of New Haven, shows a DNA sequencer in a school laboratory in West Haven, Conn.
Nanaimo Daily News
NYC train derailment is most recent problem for Metro-North in a year plagued by safety issues
Sunday's crash in the Bronx is the second passenger train derailment in six months for the rail service and presents Metro-North with another problem in what has been a year plagued by safety issues.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
New Haven Independent
West Haven Relents On ESUMS
New Haven Superintendent Garth Harries threw his arms up in victory. "Let the record show: two hands in the air," he declared.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Branford Police Arrests: Issuing a Bad Check, Interfering with an Officer, Larceny
Alicia Marie Cipollini, 43, of State Street in Guilford, was charged Nov. 20 with use and possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of narcotics and possession near a school within 1,500 feet.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Two men who are on the road to becoming priests are to be ordained transitional deacons for the Diocese of Springfield in a Nov. 30 ceremony at St. Michael's Cathedral here.
New Haven Independent
Firefighters Respond To The Turkey Call
Fire Lt. Steve Durand, who grew up in Fair Haven and descended from an Italian immigrant fruit-peddler, returned to his neighborhood school Tuesday to help the next wave of newcomers put food on the Thanksgiving dinner table.