Business/Labor/ Economic Development
Staff | Oct 17, 2018 11:00 am | Comments (1)
This article was submitted by Bob Caplan.
The New Haven Police substation at 329 Valley St. is sandwiched between the West Hills school and the community center. And when school is closed the newest Little Free Library at the substation will still be open.
Continue reading ‘Little Free Library Comes to Valley St. Substation’
Staff | Oct 3, 2018 12:40 pm | Comments (1)
The following was submitted by LCI Neighborhood Specialist Jillian Driscoll
Every fall, incoming freshman are expected to participate in a Day of Service at Southern Connecticut State University and this year about 200 fanned out over the city to make an impact.
Continue reading ‘SCSU Day Of Service Cleans Up’
Markeshia Ricks | Sep 20, 2018 1:07 pm | Comments (2) DeGale Field, better known in the city as Goffe Street Park, is headed for a makeover thanks to about $217,597 in grant money that is expected to come from the state. VIDEO Continue reading ‘DeGale Field To Get A Makeover’
Markeshia Ricks | Sep 17, 2018 7:03 am | Comments (9)
The Whalley Avenue gateway to the heart of Westville just got a bit more eye-catching. Continue reading ‘Banner Day For Westville’
Allan Appel | Sep 3, 2018 9:08 am | Comments (1)
Kids in New Haven this summer learned how the electricity in their muscles, signalled by the brain, lifts things up — the power behind many prosthetic devices.
Just by using using a couple of light blue hand weights and a spinning chair, they took a fun lesson on why stars and planets at the center of a galaxy spin faster than those on the far reaches.
And, if their number came up, they could win a
Connecticut (football) Cowboys Fan Club back pack in a raffle. Continue reading ‘New Haven Ends Summer As “One City”’
Christopher Peak | Aug 17, 2018 7:09 am | Comments (18)
What’s the purpose of a war memorial in a shopping district? To honor history? To protest future conflicts? To shade shoppers? Or to serve as the launch point for a bike ride home? Continue reading ‘Bike Share Hits Memorial Speed Bump’
Thomas Breen | Jun 29, 2018 7:20 am | Comments (6)
Travel to Newhallville for a basketball tournament. And to Amity to learn about native pollinators and plants. And to the Hill to eat brunch and talk financial literacy.
Hearing about those events took only a few steps and a conversation on Thursday afternoon during the official kick-off of a summer long flurry of family-friendly activities designed to bring all of New Haven’s neighborhoods together long-term.
Continue reading ‘Starting Today, New Haven Is “One City”’
Markeshia Ricks | Jun 14, 2018 4:04 pm | Comments (1)
After months of planning, neighborhood leaders from all over town served up a sample of what you can expect from their efforts to create a summer of fun—affordable fun—all over the city. Continue reading ‘“One City” Ready To Take On The Summer’
Staff | Apr 27, 2018 7:05 am
The Dwight police substation at 130 Edgewood Ave. is sandwiched between a school and the “A Walk In Truth” bookstore — two places where a kids can find a good story. Now substation, too, will be a hub that encourages the love of reading. Continue reading ‘Little Free Library Comes To Dwight’
Paul Bass | Apr 13, 2018 12:06 pm | Comments (2)
Kim Harris’s cousin was among the New Haveners who overdosed on a fentanyl-laced batch of street drugs two summers ago. After he died, she made a determination: “We’ve got to turn this around.” Continue reading ‘How Neighborhoods Started Joining Forces’