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2015/07/27 13:03
2015/07/27 13:03
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Jocelyn Roberson and her Newhallville decided they wanted to throw some love the way of the seniors who live in the Newhall Gardens complex—in the form a birthday party. For all the seniors. The...
2015/07/27 13:03
2015/07/27 13:03
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2015/07/24 18:03
2015/07/24 18:03
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Following people into restaurants. Going table-to-table asking for money. Pressuring people for spare change at parking meters. Tag-teaming high-traffic intersections. Panhandlers are using those...
2015/07/23 04:03
2015/07/23 04:03
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While her counterparts in Connecticut’s other top cities are waging bruising battles for reelection, Mayor Toni Harp won the Democratic Party’s unanimous endorsement for a second two-year term at a...
2015/07/22 17:03
2015/07/22 17:03
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The Harp administration released photos of this cement-filled toilet and other damage as it further explained its position in an ongoing dispute over the trashing of a city-spawned job-training center...
2015/07/20 21:03
2015/07/20 21:03
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Despite desegregation efforts in the last half century like the Fair Housing Act, Sheff vs O’Neill, and Connecticut Statute 8-30g among others, New Haven – like many places – remains segregated along...
2015/07/17 16:03
2015/07/17 16:03
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If you’ve ever been stopped at the long light at the intersection of Winchester and Bassett in Newhallville, you likely noticed a yellow house that was once so blighted that it hurt to look at...
2015/07/16 22:03
2015/07/16 22:03
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The latest mystery in town: Who trashed a city-created job-training school now at the center of a corruption investigation? The school is the Construction Workforce Initiative (CWI) training school...
2015/07/16 18:03
2015/07/16 18:03
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Stanley Densmore said he knows homeless people who don’t feel comfortable with the long lines and crowds at soup kitchens, who are more likely to show up when the city is handing out food on the...
2015/07/14 03:48
2015/07/14 03:48
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Police are looking for a “red or burgundy colored sedan (possibly a Nissan Maxima or Altima)” and a teenager who was riding in it, after a shoot-out that occurred Monday morning at Butler and Read...
2015/07/10 17:03
2015/07/10 17:03
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Litter-weary Grand Avenue neighbors took to the street—with rakes and brooms. For months they complained about the incessant trash lining the busy blocks of Grand Avenue closest to downtown on the...
2015/07/09 19:04
2015/07/09 19:04
20d
A brown-bag lunch discussion at City Hall embraced an idea from Boston for reducing violence: citizens walking the streets late at night to talk to the young men hanging out. The lunch took place...
2015/07/08 17:04
2015/07/08 17:04
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Perry Robertson wanted the mayor to know the school system is behind the times on technology. So he popped by City Hall to tell her — and left with a follow-up promise. Robertson (at right in photo)...
2015/07/06 13:03
2015/07/06 13:03
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If a two-hour neighborhood is any indication, the cops might be winning more of the daily crime battles in Newhallville than the larger challenge of convincing people that “community policing” is...
2015/06/30 13:04
2015/06/30 13:04
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Hartford — New Haven lawmakers saw years of lonely advocacy of criminal-justice reforms to protect citizens from brutal cops and blacks and Latinos from mass incarceration suddenly come to...
2015/06/29 21:03
2015/06/29 21:03
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In two and a half years in office, Democratic Fair Haven Alder Santiago Berrios-Bones has risen to the position of the deputy majority leader and helped tackle the distribution of federal community...
2015/06/29 20:03
2015/06/29 20:03
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Newhallville neighbors are knocking on doors to reelect Delphine Clyburn, a two-term alder who knocks on the doors of her own ward every month. Over 40 people gathered on Saturday in the empty lot...
2015/06/25 18:04
2015/06/25 18:04
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Contributed by Matthew Higbee, of Community Foundation for Greater New Haven: Though he grew up just a few short blocks away from Yale University, Jermaine Thomas didn’t know anyone who thought about...
2015/06/25 12:04
2015/06/25 12:04
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As one of the few women in the U.S. leading a public works department—she ran New Haven’s in the 1990s, then ascended to bigger cities’ departments—Vanessa Burns doesn’t have the time or temperament...
2015/07/27 13:03
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