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Polls Remain Open

How develop Long Wharf?
Launch micro-bus service?
Food truck licenses?

Environment Snag Puts
C. Cowles Talks On Hold

Builder, seller optimistic negotiations can resume. Paul Bass reports.

Fasano Takes Victory Lap

On “Cannoli Knish Sports Hour”; state’s top GOPer called Super Bowl right.

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WNHH radio’s latest:
Babz Rawls-Ivy & Dawn White Bracey talked breast cancer & women of color.
Friday “Dateline” Pundits on teacher sex arrest, Ben & Jerry vegan ice cream, & the prez race.
Betsy Kim speaks with Nourish New Haven 2016 conference co-organizer Hannah Malcolm.
“This Day In New Haven History” travels to 1841.

Slingshot Driver Charged With Vehicular Homicide

Staff reports.

Kindergarteners Play Pediatric Doctors

At Jepson.

Generational Wisdom Passed

From director to budding playwright, via the Delany sisters. Allan Appel reports.

“La Casa Rosa” Demands Justicia

David Sepulveda reports.

Man, 90, Dies In Fire

Senior housing complex evacuated on cold night. Staff reports.

Code Crackers
Find Elm City InGenius

Markeshia Ricks reports.

Dine With Great Minds

Pelli, Perez, Betts, DeLauro among special guests at cozy LEAP fundraising dinners. Staff reports.

Dreamers Try Again

Christine Stuart reports.

Today’s Legal Notice

2/24 470 James St. hearing.

Selina Mae Fair

Selina worked taught special ed in New Haven schools and worked for the Juvenile Detention Center and the Register: obit.

Romance Erupts In Westville

Just in time for Valentine’s Day:
• Lyric Hall hosts Gershwin-Swift musical world premiere. David Sepulveda reports.
• Kehler-Liddell hosts Zimmerman’s “Couples.” Allan Appel reports.

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Today on WNHH radio:
• Documentarian Karyl Evans and “Hail, Caesar!” on “Deep Focus.”
• Valentine’s Day stirs Alisa Bowens’ “Culture Cocktail.”
• “Dateline NH” plays political games.
This Day in NH History.


City plows sidewalks ... in Burlington, Vermont: on the latest edition of “SeeClickFix Radio” Paul Bass reports.

Reed Ready To
Try Again On Solar

Marcia Chambers reports.

Teacher Arrested For
Alleged Sexual Misconduct

Staff reports.

Ralph Jerome Barham, 64

Ralph worked at Pratt and Whitney; funeral set for Friday.obit.

First Jew Wins
A Presidential Primary

And no one noticed. Meanwhile, is Trump’s movement neo-fascist? A post-primary WNHH “Dateline” exploration. Paul Bass reports.

Today’s Debates

BFFs ... CVS ... Buses ...

City Gets $200K
To Clean Brownfields

Will help St. Luke’s build more housing in Dixwell. Staff reports.

Phat Tuesday

New Haven celebrates Mardi Gras at least twice. Brian Slattery reports.

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WNHH radio’s latest:
• 4 local high-schoolers talk Black History Month & cafeteria seating on “One World.”
• Obama’s mosque speech on “Mornings with Mubarakah.”
• SeeClickFix Radio checks in with Burlington, Vermont, about New England’s heroin epidemic, Air BnB, and snow removal.
• Allan Appel takes an Orange Street bath on “This Day In History.”

Hometown Prankster Crashes Primary

Lucy Gellman Photo Hudson, N.H. — Midway through a town hall campaign event at Gilchrist Metal Fabricating Company, Chris Christie zeroed in on a man at left of center stage, four rows back, whose hand had been raised for four or five minutes.

“Sir,” Christie pointed to the man, a New Haven Democrat operating undercover as a Nashua native concerned about the economy.

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