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Fed $20M Will Help
Reconnect City Center

City had asked for $40M; officials cheer news, prepare to tweak designs. Paul Bass reports.

"They're Silencing
Every Minority Who
Will Ever Speak Out"

WNHH’s week-in-review pundits tackle Yale’s gag provision, the police & schools chiefs’ futures, the DNC, & the Newhallville cop-candy conspiracy.

What $16.4
Million Bought Us

Hop along a tour of the new Bowen Field. Rohan Naik reports.

Facing Inquiry, State
Rep Candidate Quits

marcia chambers reports.

“We Are Stronger Together”

In convention address, Clinton hits stride, offers 180-degree turn from Trump vision. Christine Stuart reports.

DNC Day 4: The Crescendo

Inside the hall for Clinton’s big night. Aliyya Swaby & Lucy Gellman report.

From DNC To Op-C

Murphy returns to listening mode in a visit to new Dixwell government outpost.  Daniela Brighenti reports.

Today’s Debates

Un-jammed ... Sugar ... Greens ...

Abdussabur, Malloy
Rally Gun Control Troops

At DNC. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Brewery, WhatsApp
Welcomed In East Rock

Rohan Naik reports.

Test Results: School
Drinking Water's Safe

David Yaffe-Bellany reports.

Today on WNHH Radio

Occupy DNC.
Activist—& grounded.
Dating an artist.
This Day In Weather History.
Martin Looney.

A Kosovar
American Dream

Lands on Whitney. Allan Appel reports.

Hyatt Eyes Coliseum Site

• Enters hotel deal with LiveWorkLearnPlay.
• But new UI problem may stall project.
Paul Bass reports.

Broadway Boys
Take Branford Bow

Emily Patton reports.

Jill Stein Woos Spurned Berners

At rally outside the DNC. Lucy Gellman reports.

State Takes Center
Stage On Gun Control

At Democratic convention. Christine Stuart reports.

Today’s Debates

Gag ... App ... Principals ... Chief ...

School Board
Approves Trips Abroad

After debates about potential perils abroad. Qi Xu reports.

The Latest
On WNHH Radio

Ex-cops Hilda Kilpatrick, Ray Hassett.
United Way’s Jennifer Heath.
Book Talk: Liz Moore.
Sidewalks & zombie houses.
The buzz(feed) from Philly.
DNC DeLauro report.
ConnCAT culinary.
This Day In Trolley History.
Anthony McClean sports update.
This Day In Meat Inspection History.

Diehard Activists
Keep Flame Berning

Outside the DNC convention. Aliyya Swaby and Thomas Breen report.

City Unveils
2nd Parking App

Another reason not to rely on quarters, unveiled outside 200 Orange. Rohan Naik reports.

Sister Sadie
Drives West

Brian Slattery reports.

Emails Reveal DNC Script

Christine Stuart reports.

Kids’ Night Out Soars

At Camp Rising Sun. Emily Patton reports.

Harp Arrives

Aliyya Swaby PhotoPhiladelphia — Tied up with hot-button controversies back home, Toni Harp was a little late to the party here. But New Haven’s first female mayor made it in time to watch the Democratic Party nominate its first female presidential candidate — and to push for federal help with the illegal sale of guns.

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Esserman On Leave; Campbell In Charge

Paul Bass PhotoNew Haven’s police chief, at least for the next three weeks, will be Anthony Campbell, as Dean Esserman embarks on a three-week “sabbatical” in the wake of another instance of losing his temper in public.

Mayor Toni Harp announced Monday afternoon that she and Esserman “mutually agreed” that he should take the paid 15-working-day leave of absence, effective Tuesday.

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Windows On A Shameful Past

Twenty-seven shards of glass: That is what remains of a stained-glass pane at Calhoun College depicting slaves picking cotton after Corey Menafee, an African American employee at Yale University, knocked it down with a broomstick. Mr. Menafee explained his act with great clarity, stating that “… I don’t know, something inside me said, you know, that thing has to come down … It was a picture that just — you know, as soon as you look at it, it just hurts.”

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