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Today’s Debates

33 ... PALs ... Civil ... Tour

Typo-Catcher Mugged

Staff reports.

Senior Memoirists
Wow Long Wharf

“In lieu of flowers, please don’t vote for Trump.” Allan Appel reports.

Haul Until You Fall

This Day In New Haven History. Allan Appel reports.

Aaron Collins, 74

Aaron worked for the DOT and served as co-pastor of Mt. Zion Temple Pentecostal Church: obit.

Harp Calls
For A "Civil" Fall

After a summer of civic contention. Paul Bass reports.

Today’s Debates

Aymir ... Winchester ... Worthy ... UNITE/HERE ... CVS ...

Prodigy Son
Returns Home

Christian Sands kicks off a week of jazz in New Haven with a performance on the Green. David Sepulveda reports.

Fear Turns To
Faith At PAL Camp

Maria Solomon reports.

Today On WNHH

Gremlins’ Zach Galligan.
Serious #BlackGirlMagic.
The Art of Banh Mi.
Two Christians walk into a studio.
September’s busy calendar.
Mayor Monday.
Lucy Gellman reports.

When The Wind
Blew It All Away

This Day In New Haven History. Allan Appel reports.

Stanley Earl Brown

Stanley worked at Hamden Printer Shop and in the New Haven Public Schools system: obit.

Canvassers Get
An Early #Start

On enlisting kindergarteners’ families in successful academic careers. Staff reports.

Branford Schools
Enrollment Declining

Sally E. Bahner reports.

Cops Catch Up
With Alleged Crooks

In 2 pursuit cases, one from Eastern Circle to Westville. Staff reports.

Welcome To Battleground U.

Labor, Calhoun controversies greet 1,373 members of the Class of 2020. Paul Bass & Aliyya Swaby report.

Shakedown Turnaround

“Friday Pundits” explore this week’s $5.6 million City Hall drama and whether newly empowered grad students are “privileged.” Staff reports.

This Next Week's
All About Jazz

Paul Bass reports.

Weading Wabbits
Hop Into Hill Library

Allan Appel reports.

Eat Up, Mosquitos!

City rolls out West Nile campaign. Staff reports.

A Library
Becomes A Museum

WNHH design czar checks it out. Duo Dickinson reports.

Back-To-School
Bully Prep Offered

Sally E. Bahner reports.

Today’s Debates

Dorm? ... Days ... Drive ... Duck! ... Delays ... Donald Dollars ... Dialogue ...

"Honk For Aymir!
Can I Get A Beep?"

Aliyya Swaby reports.

Student Ed Board
Members Find Their Voice

Paul Bass reports.

“Land Of Opportunity” Beckons

Markeshia Ricks PhotoA commercial building instead of a police station in at 1 Union Ave. Another one in the historic former New Haven Railroad building. A now half-empty Church Street South razed and reborn as a 900-unit, mixed-use and -income development.

City officials asked U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal to envision all those changes — and to help them make them happen — on a one-mile walking tour from Alexion Pharmaceuticals’ 100 College St. headquarters to Amistad Park.

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Moving On, Morrison Summons An Apostle

David Yaffe-Bellany Photos The Rev. Eldren Morrison said farewell to the congregation he helped raise from the near-dead by invoking a biblical message from Paul the Apostle: It’s not about me.

Morrison delived that message in his final Sunday sermon at Varick Memorial AME Zion Church, which the beloved and influential reverend is now leaving to assume a pulpit in a larger city down south.

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Rebuilding Plans Set For Orphan Block

Paul Bass Photos From his seat on the front porch he has called home for 34 years, Sam Kelley has watched the world change across the street and one block over in either direction. Meanwhile, the abandoned properties on each side of his home have remained frozen in a state of purgatory.

Permits are now in place or on the way to start bringing that change closer to Kelley’s door.

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