As he presented a plan to bring hundreds of rentable bikes to New Haven’s streets, city transit chief Doug Hausladen invoked statistics about smash-ups on the road to respond Monday night to complaints about dangerous cyclists.
At 4:40 p.m. Thursday, David Sadler, the last homeless camper left in the woods off I-91, wheeled containers down an embankment to the Toyota belonging to a friend, Charlie Lang. And a long-running homeless encampment was no more.
Wilbur Cross students offered a response of sorts to a vandal who sprayed swastikas on their campus — by juju-ing on that beat, perfecting their mannequin challenge poses, and celebrating their diversity at an annual pre-Thanksgiving pep-rally.
The unofficial Mayor of Cedar Hill got an ally when her neighborhood got a new top cop. But over pizza with the crew in blue, she wondered whether that’ll be enough to bring her small pocket of the city the police protection it needs.