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Mayoral Debate Set

Tweet a question! Staff reports.

How Newhallville Became
A Rebel Neighborhood

Lucy Gellman Photos The week’s news in review, courtesy of WNHH’s pundits. Paul Bass reports.

On Broadway

How a New Haven commercial strip evolved: Thomas Breen reports.

A New Techno
Beat Hits Town

Lucy Gellman reports.

“Howl” Howls Afresh

Christopher Thompson Photo At Yale Cab: Lucy Gellman reports.

"Bern"ers Begin Building
A Grassroots Machine

Sanders supporters plot local campaign strategy at Fair Haven branch library. Aliyya Swaby reports.

Cosgrove Ducks Debate

Chambers & Stricker report.

Was It Murder?

An investigative reporter raised doubts. Staff reports.

How To Close
The Education Gap

And the role the NH Scholarship Fund plays: Staff reports.

Lys Guillorn Keeps
It Moving, Close To Home

Brian Slattery reports.

Direct From Toronto

Paul Bass File Photo Arnold Gorlick offers a film-fest recap. Thomas Breen reports.

Newhallville Shows Its Stuff

Neckbones Photography Staff reports.

Man, 29, Shot To Death

Inside parked car on Chapel near Boulevard. Staff reports.

Has There Been
A Run On DraftKings?

Cannoli/Knish explores. Staff reports.

Whose Community
Garden Is It?

Paul Bass Photo Paul Bass reports.

Agnes Timpson, 90

Funeral Monday for NAACP “living legend.”obit.

Burglary Spree
On Chapel Street

Harry C. Mann Photo In 1915. Corsets or bust! This day in history: Allan Appel reports.

Tornado Stelling
Arrives At Cafe Nine

And blows the roof clear off. Lucy Gellman reports.

Will Our Bubble Burst?

With over 1,000 apartments coming online, WNHH “Design Czar”  Duo Dickinson reports.

Kids Hear The Book

Bizarre manuscript in a language nobody understands becomes modern “folk music” at the symphony. Adam Matlock reports.

Literacy Coalition
Welcomes New Board Members

Josiah Brown reports.

Healthy Start Money OK’d

$104,167 from feds will help pregnant women. Aliyya Swaby reports.

The New
Civil-Rights Movement?

Black Lives Matter Photo Staff reports.

Annie Cannon, 98

Annie worked at Y-NHH for 30 years; she enjoyed piano, crosswords, James Brown, and cooking: obit.

World Series Begins

It’s Philly vs. Boston—in 1915. This day in city history: Allan Appel reports.

Developer, City Plan Clash On W. Rock Plan

by Markeshia Ricks | Oct 7, 2015 7:45 am | Comments (8)

Markeshia Ricks Photo The developer interrupted the city staffer weighing in on his long-stalled project.

“I don’t know if you know how to read drawings or not,” Larry Waldorf declared. “But that is not ... that is not…”

“Excuse me. I have over 20 years of experience as a professional landscape architect,” City Plan staffer Anne Hartjen shot back. “I know how to read drawings. Thank you very much.”

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Tree Trimming
Oct 10, 2015 9:29 am
Address: 14 Hughes Place New Haven, CT, 06511
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Broken branch scraping cars as they drive by.

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