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Sgt. Dell Strikes Again

Crackerjack investigator’s probe leads to arrest of “Wolverine” in fatal crash. Staff reports.

Will GOP Filibuster?

Guv, Dems reach 11th-hour budget deal. Christine Stuart reports.

Solar Youth Kills It

Junta’s Sandra Trevino sings it, Squash Haven nails it ... in radiothon in-studio performances. Staff reports.

Tech Glitch
Mars "Great Give"

Donation forms are back up.
You can donate and it counts.
• Community Foundation will decide at 8 a.m. Wednesday whether to continue (and extend) the event, or to suspend it then and resume it in coming weeks.
Paul Bass reports.

DeLauro, Murphy Call
For Improved Inspections

Push federal bill sparked by Church Street South disaster. Aliyya Swaby reports.

John Dankosky
Channels "Mr. Rogers"

WNPR host sings to help us raise money for not-for-profits on the 36-hour “Great Give” radiothon. Staff reports.

"Escape" Could Mean
"Employed" For Locals

Alders approve $100K transfer for teen center. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Long Wharf Visitor
Center Gets Lease

Markeshia Ricks reports.

Today’s Legal Notice

5/10 city services hearing.

Today’s Debates

Beverage ... Ball ... Trail ... Yale ... Egan ... “Choice” ...

Harp Shrugs
Off Yale Attack

“I was in the [state] General Assembly for 20 years plus. I got attacked all the time. It was meaningless to me.” Paul Bass reports.

Who Wore Gucci,
& Who Wore Wisdom

A fashion report from the inaugural ball. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Fair Haven Celebrates
Opening Of Urban Trails

Brian Slattery reports.

Today On WNHH Radio

The Oak Street Connector.
Iron Chef Elm City.
This Day In Bike History.
Rory Burke Navel Gazes.
Mayor Monday!

Lucy Gellman reports.

New Haven's Deep
In Student Debt

New data tool shows communities of color more likely to default on loans. Thomas Zembowicz reports.

America Looks Like Greater New Haven

We’re the heartland, according to FiveThirtyEight.

"The Word"
Begets Words

From the Citywide High School Poetry Jam, Lucy Gellman reports.

3-Pawed Angel
Changed Lives

marcia chambers reports.

The Eagle Turns 10!

Staff reports.

City Settles With Egan

Assistant Fire Chief retires with $92,750 pension, agrees not to sue. Paul Bass reports.

Traffic Calming Ahead

Markeshia Ricks reports.

Mill River Trail
Gets Seed Money

State send $289K. Aliyya Swaby reports.

Asthma On The Rise

New CARE study reveals diabetes, obesity, and hungry concerns in 6 low-income neighborhoods. Paul Bass reports.

City GOP Chief
Won't Vote For Trump

Finds Libertarian Johnson “interesting.” Paul Bass reports.

Power(-Fighting) Couple
Hits The Streets Again

Primary day in the Annex: Markeshia Ricks reports.

It’s Back On!

This just in: After a day and night of Obamacare-style tech glitches beyond its command, the “Great Give” is back up and running for day two —  and we’re broadcasting it all live at the 36-hour WNHH radiothon to make up for lost time.

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New Haven Shucks

William Sabel PhotoEric Rowe was having an otherwise normal week when, on his walk home from work, he made a discovery that rocked his boat: Four different New Haven bars offer dollar oysters on Wednesdays during happy hour.

For Rowe, an Indiana transplant who had developed an affinity for seafood, especially shellfish, after his move to the East Coast in 2012, this wasn’t just good news. It was cause for an oyster crawl. And some research into a one-time pearl of New Haven’s economy.

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