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2014/04/18 14:03
2014/04/18 14:03
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Lynn Street stood in her door frame, eyes flitting to Robyn Porter as she spoke. “You’re getting an earful, I know,” Street told Porter. “That’s what I come out for,” she said. “I’m a...
2014/04/18 14:03
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2014/04/18 07:41
2014/04/18 07:41
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In the wake of a string of youth gun deaths since January, Mayor Toni Harp promised a “peaceful retaliation” on Thursday. Data will be the city’s weapon of choice in the war against gun violence....
2014/04/17 21:04
2014/04/17 21:04
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Cops in Newhallville started pulling over more drivers for running stop signs or missing front plates. Then the shootings stopped. Nobody believes that ending street violence is that simple. But Lt....
2014/04/16 13:03
2014/04/16 13:03
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Track runners and football players will have to wait until August 2015 to return to a renovated Bowen Field, as the city pursues a $4 million plan to haul away polluted debris to Ohio. Schools...
2014/04/14 21:03
2014/04/14 21:03
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Rey Harp carried some campaign flyers from one side of Goodrich Street to the other—arguing that the two sides belong together. On the north side of Goodrich Street begins the town of Hamden. On the...
2014/04/11 21:04
2014/04/11 21:04
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Three separate murders of young men have “devastated” Nora Lacks this year. And it’s only April. Death first came knocking on her Daggett Street door in the Hill neighborhood on Jan. 20 in the form...
2014/04/10 17:03
2014/04/10 17:03
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... you want to change your testimony about these numbers?” asked the trial lawyer. No, replied the witness. The lawyer dived into an extensive cross-examination about the amount of money New Haven...
2014/04/10 08:41
2014/04/10 08:41
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An auditorium’s worth of angry residents faced the committee. It was March 6, and city lawmakers were on stage for the first public hearing on the mayor’s proposed budget for the 2014-’15 fiscal...
2014/04/09 13:04
2014/04/09 13:04
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New Haven’s charter schools are too black and brown, a new report concluded—sparking a debate over how best to educate young people without many good options. The report, issued Wednesday morning by...
2014/04/08 13:04
2014/04/08 13:04
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A man who pocketed $1 million through a poverty real-estate scam in struggling New Haven neighborhoods hopes to cut his time behind bars from 30 years to zero—by helping the government convict his...
2014/04/04 19:04
2014/04/04 19:04
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Zonah means “prostitute” in Hebrew. It accrued a second meaning in New Haven poverty real-estate scamming: “Name of fictional tenant on a fake lease created to fool the bank.” A federal jury learned...
2014/04/04 16:04
2014/04/04 16:04
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There really are lilacs on Lilac Street. Quite a few of them. They have begun to bud beneath the long-awaited spring sunshine—including three in homeowner Claudette Deer’s front yard (pictured). You...
2014/04/03 09:13
2014/04/03 09:13
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STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford will be getting a new charter school. The Connecticut State Board of Education approved the charter school application from Stamford on Wednesday, April 2, according to a...
2014/04/03 06:41
2014/04/03 06:41
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After a years-long effort to start a new charter school in Dixwell-Newhallville, Reverend Eldren Morrison got state approval on Wednesday to open the school next fall. Morrison’s proposal for Booker...
2014/04/02 21:03
2014/04/02 21:03
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No shooting, no beatings, no drug dealing, no violence of any kind from now until Easter: A call for that two-week moratorium emerged from an emotional farewell funeral ceremony for Taijhon...
2014/04/02 13:03
2014/04/02 13:03
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In a few weeks this wall will bear not only the mural art of nearby Lincoln-Bassett School fifth and sixth graders, but also the aspirations, big and small, of a neighborhood. The good news of the...
2014/04/01 22:04
2014/04/01 22:04
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Mayor Toni Harp responded Tuesday to Alder Michael Stratton’s accusations that the city’s schools spending is “illegal.” You’re wrong, she said. And don’t try to “balance our budget at the expense of...
2014/04/01 07:41
2014/04/01 07:41
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A marathon six-hour finance committee meeting ended in a shouting match early Tuesday morning as alders endorsed a plan to establish three new City Hall jobs, four shy of the mayor’s request. Alders...
2014/03/31 16:04
2014/03/31 16:04
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A trial lawyer who makes his living collecting workers compensation from cities found himself on the other side of the table—looking for a way New Haven can pay less than $9 million per year on...
2014/03/28 08:41
2014/03/28 08:41
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The city is spending in excess of $40 million on health care and other benefits for teachers and school administrators, according to a New Haven alder who called the practice, undisclosed in the city...
2014/04/18 14:03
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