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2014/09/29 20:03
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The Harp administration has decided to sell five city-owned properties to five different kinds of buyers representing five different approaches to rebuilding neighborhoods. The Livable City...
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2014/09/29 12:03
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Officers Michelle Dobson and Dana Martin headed to Newhallville to convince a group of “unlikely candidates” to become cops. They were on a mission that has frustrated the police in recent...
2014/09/23 19:12
2014/09/23 19:12
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Before transforming an 19th and 20th century Winchester rifle factory into luxury apartments, ForestCity developers hit the pause button, seeking a way to preserve and honor the building’s history and...
2014/09/22 17:03
2014/09/22 17:03
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Over a plate of rice and chicken, Rosa White, a plucky retiree, looked at Newhallville top cop Lt. Herb Sharp straight in the eye. “I couldn’t do your job,” White told Sharp. (They’re pictured...
2014/09/21 17:14
2014/09/21 17:14
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The call went out for “1,000 men” to march through city neighborhoods. Some 30 showed up—and raised 1,000 men’s worth of spirit as they walked a 3.5 mile route through city neighborhoods to bring a...
2014/09/16 13:04
2014/09/16 13:04
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City lawmakers finally said yes to accepting federal help to clear land for a long-awaited park in Newhallville, but likely too late to replant the land before the upcoming winter. The Board of...
2014/09/12 06:41
2014/09/12 06:41
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Both the New Haven and Yale police departments have launched their fall community outreach programs, with the goals of engaging, educating and recruiting local citizens. Each department has its own...
2014/09/11 05:41
2014/09/11 05:41
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With clearance from the state board of education, New Haven’s newest charter school managed to open its doors Wednesday morning — five days ahead of schedule. The state first approved the charter...
2014/09/10 13:03
2014/09/10 13:03
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More than 400 people gathered at a rally to hear new data about how New Haveners are missing out on New Haven’s living-wage jobs—and to call for a change. The crowd Tuesday night spilled out the door...
2014/09/09 14:03
2014/09/09 14:03
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Police have charged a 19-year-old man with shooting a then-17-year-old Hillhouse High student who was on his way walking to school. A team of detectives—including Michael White, Betsy Segui, Orlando...
2014/09/09 06:41
2014/09/09 06:41
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A building that was once part of New Haven’s largest industrial complex is slated to open next month as the first housing unit in Science Park. Known as Winchester Lofts, the 158 rental apartments...
2014/09/08 20:03
2014/09/08 20:03
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First in a series exploring where the Greater New Haven region is now, how it got to where it is and how it can imagine itself in the future. Old Story: New Haven provides high-paying jobs for the...
2014/09/05 20:03
2014/09/05 20:03
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Parents, students and teachers found themselves doing the “wobble” on the green of Lincoln-Bassett School. The dance wasn’t planned—but the effect of the dance was. The adults wobbled at a “party...
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2014/09/05 16:03
2014/09/05 16:03
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In one of the shortest Board of Alders meetings on record, Claudette Robinson-Thorpe changes a “no” vote to a “yes”—and New Haven was back on track to continue qualifying for a pool of state money for...
2014/09/05 15:03
2014/09/05 15:03
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Two redevelopment projects in the city have inched closer to completion after receiving a boost from state-funded grants. The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) has...
2014/09/04 12:03
2014/09/04 12:03
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Living on a fixed income, Bubba Elder finds it hard to afford to put fresh fruits and vegetables on the table. So he joined 200 other people in a church parking lot in Newhallville Wednesday to pick...
2014/09/03 20:03
2014/09/03 20:03
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Claudette Robinson-Thorpe said “no” five times—and plans to fix bridges across town, clear out potential new Newhallville park land, and position New Haven for state development money have been...
2014/09/02 07:41
2014/09/02 07:41
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In the face of a persistently high unemployment rate in the Elm City, the nonprofit organization DataHaven recently released research raising questions about the relationship between public...
2014/09/29 20:03
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