Church Street Becomes “B” Street

by David Sepulveda | Aug 8, 2016 8:09 am

DAVID SEPULVEDA PHOTOS Church Street became B-street, as in Basketball,  as City Hall and New Haven’s Department of Youth Services played host to a two-day, tri-city tournament aptly titled Hoop it Up.

With a section of Church Street cordoned off between Chapel and Elm, 12 temporary basketball courts hosted dozens of 3-on-3 teams from Bridgeport, Hartford and New Haven, as well as a number of out-of-state competitors.

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Today On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | May 25, 2016 7:21 am

Lucy Gellman Photo Today’s broadcasts on WNHH radio familiarize listeners with the fundamentals of Ramadan, celebrate some of New Haven’s newly-minted college graduates and seasoned videographers, tackle troubleshooting in the Midwest, and head for the soccer ... er, football ... field as summer begins.   

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Today On WNHH

by Lucy Gellman | May 24, 2016 7:38 am

Lucy Gellman Photo Can lawyers steal millions of clients’ dollars and get away with it? Is there a possibility of a Cubs-White Socks World Series? What’s a Decoration Day, and why don’t New Haveners observe it anymore? Is the fall’s contentious election season going to be even more stressful than the legislative session that just ended? Today’s broadcasts on WNHH answer those questions, and pose some fresh ones on the way.

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New Haven’s Bria Holmes Heads To The WNBA

by Carla Morrison | Apr 21, 2016 7:29 am | Comments (1)

Carla Morrison Photo This week has been nothing short of pure joy and excitement for New Haven native and resident Bria Holmes. In addition to her turning 22 on Tuesday, she is off to Atlanta Friday morning to start her lifelong dream of becoming a professional basketball player in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), as a member of the Atlanta Dream!

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Bad News, Yankee Fans

by Joel Rudikoff | Apr 18, 2016 12:51 pm

In a wide ranging, no-holds-barred exclusive live interview with WNHH radio’s “Cannoli and Knish Sports Radio Hour,” the CEO and president of the Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network (YES), Tracy Dolgin, gave almost a million Yankee fans throughout Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania the bad news they didn’t want to hear: Despite MLB’s Opening Day having come and gone, Comcast is still refusing to put the YES Network back on the air. And, remarkably, there is no resolution in sight or even negotiation taking place.

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