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Today’s Debates

Gigabit ... Egan ... Under 91 ... Green Giant ... Cops ... Cycle Killers ... River

Friday Night Bus Blues

Flat-screen TVs, anyone? Krystina Morgan reports.

Industry Marries Art

Amid marble and granite in Newhallville. David Sepulveda reports.

Historic Building
Connects To Future

State money gets cogenerators cranking at the old YWCA, now The Connection. Aliyya Swaby reports.

Suburbs Pitched On
Joining City's Gig Express

Paul Bass Photo At a City Hall “Gigabit Summit.” Paul Bass reports.

Feds Boost Start Bank

With $355K award. Staff reports.

Catherine Graves, 88

Funeral set for Friday: obit.

Today’s Debates

D Crossing ... LCI ... Recruits ...

Firefighters Vote
To Extend Contract

203-34 vote. Staff reports.

“Chop Shop” Busted

New Haven man accused of illegally dismantling vehicles & shipping parts to his native Iraq. Ethan Fry reports.

Rockabilly Hits The Road

What happens when Thomas Hart Benton meets Elvis for a scotch and soda in the back of a bar? From Cafe Nine, Lucy Gellman reports.

The Big Lift

Mary Johnson Photo As suburb sleeps, train station’s rebirth gets on track. Sally E. Bahner reports.

He Never Gave Up
On That Green Giant

Contributed Photo Contributed Photos A burglar made off with a cherished bike. Eli Greer kept hoping to find it. Paul Bass reports.

Twice-Convicted Crook
(Rowland) Set For
Life With $52K Pension

Register’s Mary O’Leary reports.

Today's Legal Notice

10/8 Finance Committee hearing.

Today’s Debates

Race ... Eugenics ... Heat ... Trains

Happy Mike Steidley Day!

T. Larkin Photo You didn’t know? Paul Bass reports.

Next Stop: Sobriety

Ratasha Smith reports.

Neighbors Fill In "Love"

Under I-91. Khadija Hussain reports.

Fair Haven
Targets Colon Cancer

Jordi Gassó Photo Health center is 1 of 3 nationally to receive grant to expand screenings for underserved communities. Jordi Gassó reports.

The Walls Talk

• Fabric-sexy show finishes run at Westville’s DaSilva.
• 24-foot Lichtenstein-esque outdoor piece appears across the street.
  David Sepulveda reports.

The Galleries Have It

In Arnott’s picks of great stuff to do around town this week.

"We Are A
Nation Of Immigrants"

Junta turns 45 with an all-“heart” gala. David Sepulveda reports.

Bullet Enter Home,
Strikes Woman, 53

Also: Weed-buyer mugged; Lt. Miller nabs alleged burglar. Weekend round-up: Staff reports.

Unk DaRos Blasts
Cooke Farm Settlement

Diana Stricker Photo marcia chambers reports.

Market Auction Completed; Workers Retained

by Paul Bass | Oct 1, 2014 12:18 pm | Comments (2)

Paul Bass Photos (Updated) Elm City Market will no longer be a co-op, but it will remain a downtown grocery store with the same employees, like Eddie Diaz and Lesche’ Brunson, working there—and owning a piece of the action.

Continue reading ‘Market Auction Completed; Workers Retained’ »

125 Years Later, St. Michael’s Seeks A Rebirth

by Jordi Gassó | Oct 1, 2014 10:49 am

Jordi Gassó Photo Sun filtered through stained-glass windows, bathing pews with white light as congregation members took their seats.

Continue reading ‘125 Years Later, St. Michael’s Seeks A Rebirth’ »

Egan’s Critics Press Fire Commission

by Paul Bass | Sep 30, 2014 6:11 pm | Comments (5)

Paul Bass Photos Embattled Assistant Fire Chief Pat Egan wasn’t physically present at the monthly meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners, but his presence pervaded the room.

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“Substantial Threat” To Mill River Declared

by Allan Appel | Sep 30, 2014 12:22 pm | Comments (3)

That’s the term the Coast Guard is using to explain the presence of a long yellow boom that has been deployed about mid-point in the Mill River between the Chapel Street and Grand Avenue bridges in front of English Station.

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Welcome To New Haven ... & SLOW DOWN!!?!

by Paul Bass | Sep 29, 2014 10:46 pm | Comments (29)

Parsons Brinckerhoff A newly unveiled plan to finish blowing up New Haven’s downtown mini-highway enlists subtle cues to stop drivers from mowing down cyclists and pedestrians: narrower lanes, bigger sidewalks, city-style streetlights, and a green urban-design version of a “hug.”

Continue reading ‘Welcome To New Haven ... & SLOW DOWN!!?!’ »

LCI Tries 5 Approaches With 5 Home Sales

by Paul Bass | Sep 29, 2014 3:24 pm | Comments (9)

Paul Bass Photo The Harp administration has decided to sell five city-owned properties to five different kinds of buyers representing five different approaches to rebuilding neighborhoods.

Continue reading ‘LCI Tries 5 Approaches With 5 Home Sales’ »

As Force Turns Whiter, Cops Try Again

by Aliyya Swaby | Sep 29, 2014 7:59 am | Comments (13)

Aliyya Swaby Photo Officers Michelle Dobson and Dana Martin headed to Newhallville to convince a group of “unlikely candidates” to become cops.
City of New Haven

Continue reading ‘As Force Turns Whiter, Cops Try Again’ »

YNHH Launching New Musculoskeletal Center

by Paul Bass | Sep 24, 2014 3:00 pm | Comments (1)

Without a public announcement, Yale-New Haven has begun building a “groundbreaking” research and treatment center at its St. Raphael campus aimed in part at aging baby boomers battling bad hips, broken backs, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.

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Cross Era’s Dark Secret Resurfaces

by Paul Bass | Sep 24, 2014 12:45 pm | Comments (3)

When you hear about the governor who gave New Haven’s largest high school its name, you never hear about a state-commissioned report that would have carried out a Nazi-style ethnic cleansing campaign in Connecticut. One group in town says it’s time you did.

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“Harvey’s Walk” In Hands Of Historic Commission

by Jordi Gassó | Sep 24, 2014 8:05 am | Comments (2)

David Moser Photo Neighbors might soon be able to take a stroll down a walkway honoring the memory of a Wooster Square champion.

Continue reading ‘“Harvey’s Walk” In Hands Of Historic Commission’ »

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Ear Splitting Sirens
Oct 2, 2014 12:35 am
Address: 136 Carlisle Street New Haven, Connecticut
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Oct 1, 2014 7:45 pm
Address: 1321 Whalley Ave. New Haven, Connecticut
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