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Readmobile Rolls To Solar Youth

by Hanifa Washington | Apr 1, 2015 8:19 am

Contributed PHoto On Monday afternoon, instead of Solar Youth going to the library, the library came to Solar Youth.

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Organic Roaster Brings “The Story of Coffee”

by Staff | Jan 6, 2015 2:13 pm

This article was submitted by Benjamin Shanbrom.
For many of us, coffee is a given—it’s there in the morning or late nights when we need it, and there isn’t much else to consider. It’s quite rare that we actually sit and ponder the incredible journey these little beans voyage through to make it to our cups.

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Elks To Honor Three Public Safety Standouts

by Staff | Dec 23, 2014 12:24 pm

Elks Lodge 25 will honor three men who put safety in New Haven first at its first Public Safety Night awards ceremony.

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‘Tis The Season To End Mass Incarceration

by Rev. Marilyn B. Kendrix | Dec 22, 2014 4:06 pm | Comments (5)

This article was submitted by the Rev. Marilyn B. Kendrix, associate pastor at the Church of the Redeemer in New Haven and a member of the Malta Justice Initiative.

We find ourselves once again in the season between Thanksgiving and Christmas when the bell ringing Salvation Army troops have been deployed to malls and grocery stores across Connecticut.

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Student Debate Tourney Homes In On Restorative Justice

by Staff | Dec 15, 2014 7:45 am | Comments (1)

Contributed Photos This article was submitted by Rachel Heerema of the Citywide Youth Coalition.
The City of New Haven Youth Department, New Haven Public Schools, Yale University Urban Debate League and Citywide Youth Coalition hosted the first high school student debate tournament in New Haven.

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Over 350 Kids Share A “Thankful Dinner”

by Henry Fernandez | Nov 26, 2014 9:23 am

Anna Poludenko Photo Every year just before Thanksgiving, LEAP has its annual Thankful Dinner.  This year’s was held Tuesday at the Elks Club on Dixwell Avenue. Over 350 LEAP kids and their counselors came together to have dinner and share what they are thankful for over the last year.

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Firefighter Relay Reaches New Haven

by Staff | Oct 7, 2014 6:23 am

Daniel Del Prete Photo Six New Haven Fire Department recruits (pictured) ran in Sunday’s Tommy Fund Firefighter Relay in Westville. The runners carried a 50-foot-long fire hose inscribed with the names of New Haven firefighters who have perished in the line of duty.

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Good Eggs Honored

by Staff | Oct 6, 2014 8:27 am

Contributed PHotos The Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund honored two people and one New Haven nonprofit for their work in the community during this year’s Good Egg Celebration.

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New Teacher-Developed Curricular Resources Available

by Josiah Brown | Oct 6, 2014 3:42 am

New Teacher-Developed Curricular Resources Available; Partnership Begins 38th Year

Curriculum units that teachers from 19 New Haven public schools developed as Fellows in four Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute seminars in 2014 are available at this website. (

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Literacy Coalition Welcomes New Board Colleagues

by Josiah Brown | Sep 2, 2014 6:11 am

Josiah Brown of the Literacy Coalition of Greater New Haven sent in this release:

With International Literacy Day approaching Sept. 8 and a new school year underway, the Literacy Coalition of Greater New Haven has welcomed five new members to its volunteer board of directors:

Cheryl Cisero Durwin, professor of psychology at Southern Connecticut State University, whose research interests include reading development;

*Susan Holahan, who teaches English as a second language in the New Haven Public Schools (and who participated in a task force that resulted in the Coalition’s creation more than a decade ago);

*Eddie Rose, assistant professor of developmental mathematics at Housatonic Community College, with teaching experience also at Gateway, Southern, and in the New Haven Public Schools, among other institutions;

*Kyn Tolson, director of operations and development at Read to Grow, which focuses on early childhood;

*Donna Violante, executive director of Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven, which works with adults (and recently published “Hear Our Voices”).

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Address: 53 Pearl Street New Haven, Connecticut
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