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Nathan Hale parents step in with arts, music & sports all afternoon. Aliyya Swaby reports.
Guv reveals pricetag for transit plan; names Cam Staples to chair panel. Pazniokas & Phaneuf report.
At Writers’ Circle, children’s author/illustrator dispenses success secrets. Lucy Gellman reports.
Malloy bans state travel to state after anti-gay law’s passage. Mark Pazniokas reports.
Carole was an assistant principal at ACES Early Childhood Development and a member of Mt. Gideon Faith Fellowship Church: obit.
City has 35 new cops; at graduation, Harp touches on protests. Markeshia Ricks reports.
On Palm Sunday, St. Paul & St. James takes it to Wooster Square’s streets. Brian Slattery reports.
by Jonathan Hopkins | Apr 1, 2015 3:20 pm | Comments (1)
by Markeshia Ricks | Apr 1, 2015 8:37 am | Comments (20)
Your computer systems are so old.
How old are they?
So old that Microsoft doesn’t even support your version of Windows.
If city government’s computers were the subject of a round of the dozens, you might have heard that joke Tuesday night.
by Paul Bass | Mar 31, 2015 3:05 pm | Comments (6)
It began with accusations of “rewarding” a “slumlord” with city money. It ended with a hug, and promise to ensure that a rundown stretch of Whalley Avenue will get cleaned up.
by Markeshia Ricks | Mar 31, 2015 9:15 am | Comments (7)
Susan Samuels’ grandchild’s school has a full-time nurse, who helped save his life. She said all city schoolkids should be that lucky.
Most New Haven kids go to schools with nurses on premises only part-time.
by Aliyya Swaby | Mar 30, 2015 4:24 pm | Comments (3)
A new charter school’s relationship with wary neighbors has improved—and the school is looking to stick around longer than originally planned.
by Markeshia Ricks | Mar 30, 2015 12:08 pm | Comments (6)
West-siders weren’t interested in pie-in-the-sky changes to the neighborhood in the next decade. They wanted practical changes, like the arrival of a neighborhood grocery store.
by Lawrence Dressler | Mar 30, 2015 7:56 am | Comments (7)
I just got word from Connecticut that former Gov. John Rowland, who was sentenced to 30 months behind bars, has requested to check into this prison camp.
by Paul Bass | Mar 27, 2015 3:31 pm | Comments (31)
A week of building tensions over race and policing came to a peak as chanting cops crashed a press conference announcing the exoneration of an officer — and then anti-police demonstrators crashed the cops’ interruption.
by Alexis Zanghi | Mar 27, 2015 12:00 pm | Comments (5)
When I first came to Daggett Street Square in 2007, I was taken by its rambling hallways, its pulley-operated elevator. The building may not have been insulated, but it was insular. By that time, few live-work spaces remained in New Haven. There had been others — on River Street; in the Munniemaker cigar factory on State Street; at Chapel and Church, above what is now Gotham Citi—all now shut down.
Now we can add Daggett Street Square to the list: Last week officials ordered it cleared out.
by Aliyya Swaby | Mar 27, 2015 8:22 am | Comments (11)
The president of New Haven’s Board of Education is charter network Achievement First’s (AF) newest board member—just a month after he argued against the two organizations partnering on a new charter school.