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Greer's Not-For-Profits
Added To Sex Abuse Suit

Paul Bass reports.

Today’s Debates

Lab ... Hires ... Ville ... Al P ... Budget

Ghost Sails Through Traffic

Will New Haven’s long-lost mercantile bounty follow? Staff reports.

Library, Crossing Guard
Jobs Added Back In Budget

Alders chop some salaries & school spending, shore up reserves. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Pitchers, Patriotism,
& Pro Pick-Pockets

The latest from WNHH radio:
Cubs-White Sox series?
Legal malpractice.
State Rep. Roland Lemar.
This Day in Old Glory History.
Lucy Gellman reports.

Next Generation
Joins Clean-Up Cause

Paul Bass reports.

Lonnie Reed
Kicks Off Campaign

marcia chambers reports.

Today’s Debates

Bubblegum ... Sharp ... Yale ... Tofu ... Lock ... Civil ... Boats ... IRV ... Pension ... Tracks

New Saturday
Academies (Ski) Lift Off

Kids are learning and (shhh!) having fun. Allan Appel reports.

Support Your Local Principal!

Staff reports.

The Label Lies

Investigation finds deceptive displays at 30 area liquor stories.

Today on WNHH Radio

The Black Business Alliance.
New Haven labor history.
This Day In Skullduggery History.
Derby’s finances.

Paolillo’s Running

Paul Bass reports.

Solar Youth Kroons
For Dough In
Tough Environment

Lucy Gellman reports.

Inside Branford's New
Army Reserve Center

Diana Stricker reports.

Art of Aging Advances

Allan Appel reports.

Car Wash
Gets The Works

Staff reports.

Neighbors Form Front
Vs. Riverfront Developer

On proposal for boat storage facility. Aliyya Swaby reports.

Dixwell's New Top Cop
Is New Haven Made

Markeshia Ricks reports.

Food For Thought

The latest from WNHH radio:
Food + Art.
Junzi Kitchen.
Evergreen Cemetery.
News Pundits.
This Day in Cotton Gin History.
Lucy Gellman reports.

Cops Probe Link Between
2 Gruesome Discoveries

Update: Woman was strangled to death. Her live-in boyfriend, who had allegedly beaten her in the past, hanged himself. Staff reports.

Is The Dysfunctional
Yale-Labor Relationship
Hurting New Haven?

WNHH Radio’s “Friday Pundits” examine that question & fire-pension sparks from this week’s headlines.

Woman, 29,
Killed In Hit-&-Run

Staff reports.

Parents Press
Bullying Complaints

Sally E. Bahner reports.

U.S. Attorney Pledges
Action On Civil Rights

Convenes statewide summit. Lucy Gellman reports.

Ed Board Hires Security, PR Chiefs

Aliyya Swaby Photo The Board of Ed has a new official voice — after almost nine months without a permanent hire in the role — as well as a new security chief in the face of increasing in-school fights.

Mercy Quaye is to start as communications director June 1. She is the fourth former New Haven Register reporter to fill the position out of the last five people to hold the job.

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