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New Haven Independent
Local 34 Endorses 6 For AlderOne of the city’s most influential political campaign-backers has endorsed six
Local 34 Endorses 6 For Alder
New Haven Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
One of the city’s most influential political campaign-backers has endorsed six candidates for alder—bypassing two of its own in the process. The endorsements were made by UNITE HERE Local 34, which represents Yale office and technical workers and... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Fire Finishes Off Former Pipe Bending AdditionA small fire led the city to order the city to do what the city planned to do a
Fire Finishes Off Former Pipe Bending Addition
New Haven Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
A small fire led the city to order the city to do what the city planned to do anyway: Demolish an abandoned factory addition at 142 River St. The addition, a short wood-frame structure next to a taller brick factory building, once housed a portion... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Berrios-Bones: Stay The CourseFair Haven doesn’t need a change in leadership, Santiago Berrios-Bones argues.
Berrios-Bones: Stay The Course
New Haven Independent / Posted yesterday
Fair Haven doesn’t need a change in leadership, Santiago Berrios-Bones argues. As he runs for a second full term as alder for Fair Haven’s Ward 14, Berrios-Bones said in an interview at Dunkin Donuts on Ferry Street that people should vote for him... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Concert series a great success Ten Thursday evenings in a row this summer, it was my privilege to attend the
Concert series a great success
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
Ten Thursday evenings in a row this summer, it was my privilege to attend the Fair Haven Concerts in the Park. At four of the concerts, there was free ice cream donated by local supporting businesses. I was joined by... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
High school football preview: RiceDivision two football has been dominated by the Rice Green Knights over the las
High school football preview: Rice
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted yesterday
Division two football has been dominated by the Rice Green Knights over the last 5 years, with Rice completing a three peat of the D2 title last season. But the Division one and Division two football scene will change this year. Rice is moving up to... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Burwell Confronts Language BarrierThomas Burwell called up to a woman standing on her balcony on Houston Street i
Burwell Confronts Language Barrier
New Haven Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Thomas Burwell called up to a woman standing on her balcony on Houston Street in Fair Haven: “Do you speak English?” “No,” she responded. At her welcoming gesture, he stuck an orange campaign flier in the corner of her front door anyway. A... Read more
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The Chronicle
New formation to pay dividends for Duke women's soccerLast year, solving a World Master-level Sudoku may have been easier than findin
New formation to pay dividends for Duke women's soccer
The Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
Last year, solving a World Master-level Sudoku may have been easier than finding a starting lineup for head coach Robbie Church. Due to a rash of injuries, Church had to come up with a formation full of talented but inexperienced underclassmen and... Read more
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Suburban
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and griefStephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone strug
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and grief
Suburban / Posted 3 days ago
Stephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone struggling with the loss of a loved one. (L-R) Kevin Keelen, facilitator; Elaine Chevailer, New Life Support Group Founder; Sheila Martello, director; and Marion Fitzgerald,... Read more
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Independent
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football seasonWide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Wide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving drill as quarterback Devin Ray (15) and Mike Bimonte throw passes to him at a rapid-fire pace during the Aug. 20 practice held on Kessler Field in West Long Branch.... Read more
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Independent
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and griefStephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone strug
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and grief
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Stephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone struggling with the loss of a loved one. (L-R) Kevin Keelen, facilitator; Elaine Chevailer, New Life Support Group Founder; Sheila Martello, director; and Marion Fitzgerald,... Read more
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Independent
Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair counting on ‘fair’ weatherIn 1906, the Fair Haven Fire Company started holding fairs during the first wee
Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair counting on ‘fair’ weather
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
In 1906, the Fair Haven Fire Company started holding fairs during the first week of August at a small tract on River Road that is now the site of the municipal building. More than 100 years later, the fair has become the largest firemen’s fair in... Read more
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Tri-Town News
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football seasonWide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season
Tri-Town News / Posted 3 days ago
Wide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving drill as quarterback Devin Ray (15) and Mike Bimonte throw passes to him at a rapid-fire pace during the Aug. 20 practice held on Kessler Field in West Long Branch.... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Latino Artists Break Out DowntownIf downtown won’t come to the Latino artists of Fair Haven, the artists are goi
Latino Artists Break Out Downtown
New Haven Independent / Posted 3 days ago
If downtown won’t come to the Latino artists of Fair Haven, the artists are going to take Fair Haven downtown. That’s the strategy behind a new moveable feast of artists from the range of Latin American countries reflected in New Haven’s artistic... Read more
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News Transcript
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football seasonMonmouth University offensive lineman run through a drill during the Aug. 20 pr
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season
News Transcript / Posted 3 days ago
Monmouth University offensive lineman run through a drill during the Aug. 20 practice on Kessler Field in West Long Branch. The Hawks kick off their 2015 season Sept. 5 at home against College of the Holy Cross. STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER ERIC SUCAR As... Read more
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Atlanticville
Area hoops teams were hard at work this summerShore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer.
Area hoops teams were hard at work this summer
Atlanticville / Posted 3 days ago
Shore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer. St. John Vianney High School and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School — two of the usual preseason favorites — are no exception. Both schools participated in the... Read more
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Atlanticville
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season 2015 Monmouth University Football ScheduleWide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season 2015 Monmouth University Football Schedule
Atlanticville / Posted 3 days ago
Wide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving drill as quarterback Devin Ray (15) and Mike Bimonte throw passes to him at a rapid-fire pace during the Aug. 20 practice held on Kessler Field in West Long Branch.... Read more
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Atlanticville
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and griefStephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone strug
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and grief
Atlanticville / Posted 3 days ago
Stephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone struggling with the loss of a loved one. (L-R) Kevin Keelen, facilitator; Elaine Chevailer, New Life Support Group Founder; Sheila Martello, director; and Marion Fitzgerald,... Read more
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The Hub
Area hoops teams were hard at work this summerShore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer.
Area hoops teams were hard at work this summer
The Hub / Posted 3 days ago
Shore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer. St. John Vianney High School and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School — two of the usual preseason favorites — are no exception. Both schools participated in the... Read more
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The Hub
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football seasonWide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving
Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season
The Hub / Posted 3 days ago
Wide receiver Devin Phelps (84) is on the receiving end of a passing-receiving drill as quarterback Devin Ray (15) and Mike Bimonte throw passes to him at a rapid-fire pace during the Aug. 20 practice held on Kessler Field in West Long Branch.... Read more
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The Hub
Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair counting on ‘fair’ weatherGames are a popular attraction for young and old at the annual Fair Haven Firem
Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair counting on ‘fair’ weather
The Hub / Posted 3 days ago
Games are a popular attraction for young and old at the annual Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair, a tradition in the borough for more than 100 years. STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER ERIC SUCAR FAIR HAVEN — In 1906, the Fair Haven Fire Company started holding fairs... Read more
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The Hub
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and griefStephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone strug
Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and grief
The Hub / Posted 3 days ago
Stephy’s Place will offer free support meetings and meditation for anyone struggling with the loss of a loved one. (L-R) Kevin Keelen, facilitator; Elaine Chevailer, New Life Support Group Founder; Sheila Martello, director; and Marion Fitzgerald,... Read more
3 related stories
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Rutland Herald
Overnight paving set for many projects this week There are lots of out-of-state cars around Vermont this week. They are too l
Overnight paving set for many projects this week
Rutland Herald / Posted 3 days ago
There are lots of out-of-state cars around Vermont this week. They are too late for vacation and too early for foliage so it must be college students are arriving. This means reservations for dinner... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Marble Valley prisoner from Shaftsbury assaulted by fellow inmateBENNINGTON >> State Police say a Shaftsbury man was assaulted by another
Marble Valley prisoner from Shaftsbury assaulted by fellow inmate
Bennington Banner / Posted 3 days ago
BENNINGTON >> State Police say a Shaftsbury man was assaulted by another inmate Wednesday at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center in Rutland. Police said at 8:43 p.m. Mitchell Bowen Jr., 24, of Fair Haven, and Travis Squires, 27, of... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Urban Biking: It's For EveryoneIs biking in New Haven still associated with white, middle-class college studen
Urban Biking: It's For Everyone
New Haven Independent / Posted 4 days ago
Is biking in New Haven still associated with white, middle-class college students and well-to-do transplants? John Brehon (pictured), sales manager at the Devil’s Gear Bike Shop, argues not. “Guess what? Cycling is for everyone,” he said on the... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Three injured in Route 4A accident A father and two children were taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center by Fa
Three injured in Route 4A accident
Rutland Herald / Posted 6 days ago
A father and two children were taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center by Fair Haven and Poultney rescue vehicles after their Subaru Crosstrek went off Route 4A near the Castleton - Fair Haven town line around... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Bulldogs return to field hungry to fix last yearMANCHESTER >> The long wait is over. Burr and Burton Academy football is
Bulldogs return to field hungry to fix last year
Bennington Banner / Posted 7 days ago
MANCHESTER >> The long wait is over. Burr and Burton Academy football is back, baby. The Bulldogs kicked off the 2015 fall season last Monday, and the 'Dogs are as hungry as ever after stewing on a 33-26 loss to Fair Haven in last year's... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Hillhouse Principal Transfers To Central OfficeHigh-profile Hillhouse High Principal Kermit Carolina is taking a new position
Hillhouse Principal Transfers To Central Office
New Haven Independent / Posted 9 days ago
High-profile Hillhouse High Principal Kermit Carolina is taking a new position promoting youth development throughout the district, while another change in the school’s structure was announced just two weeks before the academic year starts. Those... Read more
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Independent
Lancers, Bulldogs hard at work over summer readying for next girls basketball campaignShore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer.
Lancers, Bulldogs hard at work over summer readying for next girls basketball campaign
Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Shore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer. St. John Vianney High School and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School — two of the usual preseason favorites — are no exception. Both schools participated in the... Read more
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Independent
Jaeger sets American 1,500 record, to appear in documentaryRumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate Connor Jaeger, competing with T
Jaeger sets American 1,500 record, to appear in documentary
Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate Connor Jaeger, competing with Team USA in Kazan, Russia, at the 2015 FINA World Championships, set an American record and claimed a silver medal at the championships. Jaeger’s time of 14:41.20 bested... Read more
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Atlanticville
Ex-Bulldogs swimmer Jaeger sets American 1,500 recordRumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate Connor Jaeger, competing with T
Ex-Bulldogs swimmer Jaeger sets American 1,500 record
Atlanticville / Posted 10 days ago
Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate Connor Jaeger, competing with Team USA in Kazan, Russia, at the 2015 FINA World Championships, set an American record and claimed a silver medal at the championships. Jaeger’s time of 14:41.20 bested... Read more
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Atlanticville
Photographer’s works sought for exhibitThe Monmouth County Historical Association is organizing an exhibition to showc
Photographer’s works sought for exhibit
Atlanticville / Posted 10 days ago
The Monmouth County Historical Association is organizing an exhibition to showcase the works of renowned photographer, Monroe Edelstein. Local families who have Edelstein portraits hanging in their homes are invited to loan their art for this... Read more
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The Hub
BUSINESS BRIEFSStephy’s Place, a grief support center, will open its doors Sept. 1 at 210 W. F
BUSINESS BRIEFS
The Hub / Posted 10 days ago
Stephy’s Place, a grief support center, will open its doors Sept. 1 at 210 W. Front St., Suite 209, Red Bank. The center will offer weekly one-on-one and group bereavement support meetings as well as meditation sessions at no charge. Stephy’s Place,... Read more
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The Hub
Ex-Bulldogs swimmer Jaeger sets American 1,500 recordRumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate Connor Jaeger, competing with T
Ex-Bulldogs swimmer Jaeger sets American 1,500 record
The Hub / Posted 10 days ago
Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate Connor Jaeger, competing with Team USA in Kazan, Russia, at the 2015 FINA World Championships, set an American record and claimed a silver medal at the championships. Jaeger’s time of 14:41.20 bested... Read more
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The Hub
Night Out brings police, community together in Fair Haven, Little SilverA young resident gets ready to dunk Fair Haven Mayor Benjamin Lucarelli at the
Night Out brings police, community together in Fair Haven, Little Silver
The Hub / Posted 10 days ago
A young resident gets ready to dunk Fair Haven Mayor Benjamin Lucarelli at the borough’s 13th National Night Out Aug. 4 KAYLA MARSH/STAFF Amid a sea of red, white and blue balloons, bouncy houses and dunk tanks, residents both young and old came out... Read more
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Rutland Herald
On the Road: Put down the phone; it’s the law I have to believe that Vermonters know that it is against the law to use a ha
On the Road: Put down the phone; it’s the law
Rutland Herald / Posted 10 days ago
I have to believe that Vermonters know that it is against the law to use a hand held cellphone while driving in Vermont. This law went into effect on Oct. 1, 2014. Yet, other than road construction, the... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Blumenthal: Leave No Child's Social & Emotional Ed Behind“Had Adam Lanza had access to SEL [social and emotional learning], the tragedy
Blumenthal: Leave No Child's Social & Emotional Ed Behind
New Haven Independent / Posted 11 days ago
“Had Adam Lanza had access to SEL [social and emotional learning], the tragedy might not have happened,” Scarlett Lewis said. “I felt a great compassion for Adam Lanza and his mother.” Lewis lost her 6-year-old, Jesse, in the Sandy Hook Elementary... Read more
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Rutland Herald
High schools adding financial literacy classes Seven Vermont high schools have a financial literacy graduation requirement,
High schools adding financial literacy classes
Rutland Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Seven Vermont high schools have a financial literacy graduation requirement, but efforts are underway that could increase that number. One that has helped local programs is the Vermont Teachers... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Waters aren’t troubled, but roads areIf there’s a cautionary tale for students and victims of Connecticut’s geriatri
Waters aren’t troubled, but roads are
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
If there’s a cautionary tale for students and victims of Connecticut’s geriatric transportation infrastructure, maybe it’s the quarter-mile stretch of fresh, hot asphalt spanning the Mill River in New Haven that after six years and $23 million in... Read more
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New Haven Independent
8 Primaries On TapPrimary politics will sweep into Fair Haven and Newhallville, among other neigh
8 Primaries On Tap
New Haven Independent / Posted 14 days ago
Primary politics will sweep into Fair Haven and Newhallville, among other neighborhoods, in coming weeks leading up to Sept. 16 Democratic Party primaries for the Board of Alders. Challengers to endorsed candidates in eight out of the city’s 30... Read more
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Hartford Courant
'CLICK For Babies' Raises Awareness About Shaken-Baby SyndromeThe Connecticut Office of Early Childhood is kicking off it’s participation in
'CLICK For Babies' Raises Awareness About Shaken-Baby Syndrome
Hartford Courant / Posted 14 days ago
The Connecticut Office of Early Childhood is kicking off it’s participation in the nationwide CLICK for Babies campaign to raise awareness about the triggers that can lead to Shaken-Baby Syndrome. Hospitals, public health and child abuse prevention... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Town manager holding “cracker-barrel” FAIR HAVEN � Residents of Fair Haven are invited to a chat with the town mana
Town manager holding “cracker-barrel”
Rutland Herald / Posted 14 days ago
FAIR HAVEN � Residents of Fair Haven are invited to a chat with the town manager Tuesday. Herb Durfee III will be hosting a �cracker-barrel� opportunity to discuss any issue with members of the... Read more
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New Haven Independent
One Last Joint To Go Before Bridge ReopensA hole in the fresh blacktop of the rebuilt State Street Bridge gave celebrants
One Last Joint To Go Before Bridge Reopens
New Haven Independent / Posted 15 days ago
A hole in the fresh blacktop of the rebuilt State Street Bridge gave celebrants an understandable moment of pause Thursday, one day before the long-closed span is scheduled to reopen to the public. After all, the bridge closed in 2009. It was... Read more
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The Hub
Navesink River rowers shined at youth national championshipsNavesink River Rowing (NRR) proudly held its own during the USRowing Youth Nati
Navesink River rowers shined at youth national championships
The Hub / Posted 17 days ago
Navesink River Rowing (NRR) proudly held its own during the USRowing Youth National Championships that were held June in Sarasota, Florida. It was at this prestigious event where six of the group’s scholastic scullers battled against the best talent... Read more
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The Hub
Little Silver will consider issuing first liquor licenseLITTLE SILVER — Borough residents currently have to head out of town to “raise
Little Silver will consider issuing first liquor license
The Hub / Posted 17 days ago
LITTLE SILVER — Borough residents currently have to head out of town to “raise a glass” socially, but that may be coming to an end. A referendum on this year’s general election ballot will have voters deciding whether the borough should issue its... Read more
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The Hub
National Night OutClockwise from top: Registered nurse Kendra Marra, right, helps Christine Longl
National Night Out
The Hub / Posted 17 days ago
Clockwise from top: Registered nurse Kendra Marra, right, helps Christine Longley of Fair Haven exit the MONOC MedEvac helicopter after her tour during Fair Haven’s event at the Fair Haven Community Center on Aug. 4. Katelyn... Read more
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New Haven Independent
This Day In New Haven History: Heat Wave Grips Our TownGlobal warming didn’t cause the 93 degrees that the thermometers recorded on th
This Day In New Haven History: Heat Wave Grips Our Town
New Haven Independent / Posted 17 days ago
Global warming didn’t cause the 93 degrees that the thermometers recorded on this date. It was the good old 19th-century sun. Everybody who could get away in town, back on Aug. 11, 1852, made their way not to Lighthouse Point, but to Savin Rock and... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Clarendon man flees with car and child Following a dispute in Maplefields early Saturday morning, a Clarendon man fl
Clarendon man flees with car and child
Rutland Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Following a dispute in Maplefields early Saturday morning, a Clarendon man fled, taking a vehicle and a 20-month-old child, according to Fair Haven Police. Jason D. Book, 37, did not have permission to drive... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Bilco's BackThe P.O. box never left our town when the Bilco Company, most probably the make
Bilco's Back
New Haven Independent / Posted 18 days ago
The P.O. box never left our town when the Bilco Company, most probably the maker of your great basement doors, fled New Haven in the 1953 for West Haven. Now the still-family-owned company, which in 1926 on Hallock Street, is coming home—well, at... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Manufacturing company to be welcomed back to New HavenA nearly 100-year-old business has made its way back to New Haven. The Bilco C
Manufacturing company to be welcomed back to New Haven
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 18 days ago
A nearly 100-year-old business has made its way back to New Haven. The Bilco Company, a more than 85-year-old building industry manufacturer, will be welcomed back to the Elm City on Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. It had been headquartered... Read more
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New Haven Independent
From Relative To Friend, A City Finds A 2nd HomeSecond in a series. San Francisco Tetlanohcan—When Francisca Morales Rosette v
From Relative To Friend, A City Finds A 2nd Home
New Haven Independent / Posted 18 days ago
Second in a series. San Francisco Tetlanohcan—When Francisca Morales Rosette visited New Haven, she kept running into long-gone neighbors, friends, and relatives who had moved from their humble agricultural town, San Francisco Tetlanohcan, in the... Read more
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