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Man, 22, Shot Dead
On Kensington Street

Staff reports.

"One-Stop Shopping"
Comes To Dixwell Ave.

Ribbon cut on new government center for social services and small-biz training. Paul Bass reports.

With Weeds & Machetes,
Bun Lai Makes Dinner

A serotin-fueled journey into the wild. Brian Slattery reports.

“Just Don’t Be Black?”

WNHH Friday pundits wonder what advice is left to offer after North Miami shooting; & examine New Haven’s rising rents.

Today On WNHH Radio

Maker Tambira Armmand.
New Haven Farms.
Friday Pundits!
This Day in Pothole History.

500 "Read In"
On The Green

A former 7 year-old LEAPer connects with today’s 7-year-old LEAPers. Lucy Gellman reports.

Narcan Key
To Saving Lives

David Yaffe-Bellany reports.

Omegas Head To Vegas
To Seek The Step Crown

Daniela Brighenti reports.

JR Trumpnstuf

State GOP chair dishes on his convention moment.

How Malik Went Green

And why he’s creating urban oases in New Haven this summer. Rohan Naik reports.

Magic At Twilight

In NMS courtyard. Lucy Gellman reports.

Chef Of The Week

G-Zen’s Mark Shadle. Emily Patton reports.

Family Barbershop
Takes The Kids

Aliyya Swaby reports.

DeLauro To Clinton:
Pick Warren For VP

Paul Bass reports.

Lydia Connerley, 81

Lydia leaves behind her son, brother and many relatives and friends: obit.

Cedric Herbert, 87

Cedric worked as a machinist for Assa Abloy, formerly Sargents, for 43 years: obit.

Alleged Shooter
Turns Gun On Self

Incident begins in Naugatuck, ends in the Hill. Staff reports.

Today’s Debates

U-Haul ... GPS ... #2 ...

Today On WNHH Radio

Roxanne Coady.
SeeClickFix Radio: Cops.
Weiner Dogs!
This Day In Dept. Store History.

Local "Monster"
Puts The Color
Into "Doonesbury"

David Sepulveda reports.

Youth Help Build
"Escape" Youth Center

Daniela Brighenti reports.

In The Cops’ Shoes

From a simulated shooting scene, Eugene Driscoll reports.

Dobro Master
Lifts Jewish Melodies
To New Realms

In inaugural episode of WNHH’s “Chai Haven.” Paul Bass reports.

Stray Bullet Strikes Woman

Staff reports.

City Finally Gets
Bus GPS -- A Bit

State still overdue on promise. Aliyya Swaby reports.

Cop-Community Tensions Laid Bare

Markeshia Ricks PhotoElijah Joyner already didn’t like cops. Watching the latest footage of police officers shooting an unarmed black man only strengthened those feelings.

“To be honest, I don’t like cops no more,” the teen told more than 100 people gathered at First Calvary Baptist Church on Dixwell Avenue Thursday night to talk about race, violence and how to mend the fractured relationship between the police and the community. “I stopped liking cops after what they did to my father.”

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