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The city was initially laid out in grid system and can arguably be called the first planned city in the US. The area was originally settled by a group of breakaway Puritans. The Collegiate College moved to New Haven in the early 1700's and after a large grant from a Welsh merchant, it was renamed Yale College. The College dominates the local economy and its list of alumni is extensive.

Population: 129779
Local Newspapers: New Haven Register
Local Sports Teams: Yale (Bulldogs)
Local Colleges: Yale Quinnipiac University

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Towns/Cities near new haven, connecticut : East Rock West Haven East Haven Orange North Haven Woodmont Westville Whitneyville Fair Haven

New Haven News
Gateway Community College president attends final graduation before retirement

The college is celebrating its 25th year this year and its fifth year in its new downtown New Haven campus.

Way Back When... 1645

With discussions revolving around the historic significance of the Kings Highway bridge on the old Post Road, the question of how old the road really is has been raised. The Boston Post Road was a system of mail-delivery routes between New York City and Boston that evolved into one of the first major highways in the United States.

5 CT-Made Shorts Part Of Greenwich Film Festival

Dozens of independent and foreign films will be shown June 1 to 4 at the third annual Greenwich International Film Festival. Dozens of independent and foreign films will be shown June 1 to 4 at the third annual Greenwich International Film Festival.

Modern "Freddy" Assumes Clean-Up Mission

Sultan Stallings had been in New Haven only a few weeks when he heard about the historical Freddy Fixer Parade and the fictional character who has inspired the black community to clean up since 1962. Stallings, who's in the process of opening a series of Dixwell Avenue businesses, had an epiphany: "I'm Freddy Fixer reincarnated."

United States of America v. Gabriel Horace Williams Bey Aka Aka Aka...

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. GABRIEL HORACE WILLIAMS-BEY, AKA "Money," AKA "Mugga," AKA "G Money," Defendant-Appellant, MELKUAN SCOTT, ARTHUR STANLEY, JEFF ANTOINE, RASHAWN DUBOSE, GREGORY THOMAS, AKA "QUANNY," AKA "JIM," TYSHAWN MCDADE, AKEEM MANOO, RICARDO HOWE, NEHELIAH BARNETT, RAYMOND RIVERA, JACKSON KYRIN-ROBERT, TAFARIE GREEN, AKA "FARIE," IRIS PEREZ, AFESHA MANOO, HORACE STARKS, JR., JAMIE COLEMAN, ARNOLD THOMPSON, JERROD HALL, RAQUIM SMITH, AKA "RAKIM," JAMAL HOWELL, RASHAWN HILL, JASON WATSON, SHAQILLE BROWN, MICHAEL MORRISON, Defendants.

Bridgeport Police Identify Man Shot To Death Near Park

Bridgeport police identified the victim of Wednesday night's fatal shooting as a 43-year-old New Haven man, according to the Connecticut Post. Lawane Toles was found with a gunshot wound to the head on Railroad Avenue near Went Field Park, the Post said.

New Haven home to unique square donuts

New Haven is a city featuring a bounty of delicious and diverse food options. One donut shop literally has an edge on its competition.

Statea s population dips by thousands again according to estimates

The United States Census Bureau numbers released this week show that in our state of more than 3.5 million people, basically every city in the state lost population over the last year, with the exceptions of one city in New Haven County and three in Fairfield County. The statistics confirm that Connecticut is losing population, and has lost nearly 20,000 residents over the last three years.

In the Suburbs / Furniture and day camp all rolled into one a...

For the past few months, on our way to my wife's monthly social work duty with the Army National Guard in Groton, we've passed by Jordan's Furniture, a huge new box at 40 Sargent Drive in New Haven. The huge neon sign facing Interstate 95 kept calling to us, along with radio commercials saying that Jordan's would be an unforgettable experience.

Ozomatli Reimagine Classic Mexican Songs as Reggae Jams

The members of Ozomatli know firsthand that eradicating racism and creating social change for the world's underdogs is not something that happens overnight. Over the last 22 years, L.A.'s most famous hip-hop-loving activist Latin funk band - whose members first convened while advocating for workers rights - has used a forward-thinking fusion of music to spread its message of universal love and positivity around the world, performing its upbeat tunes everywhere from Boise to Inglewood and Burma to Israel.

Gov. Malloy to participate in groundbreaking ceremony for homeless facility

The Governor will joining New Haven Mayor Toni Harp and Department of Housing Commissioner Evonne Klein to unveil a new housing complex for homeless youth and young adult. The housing complex will serve as a permanent home for homeless youth, and will be located Winchester Avenue in New Haven.

50 years later, untold stories of Jim Morrisona s arrest

In 1967, "Light My Fire" was a new hit single. The Doors were becoming famous. Then a trip to New Haven 50 years ago made the group's lead singer infamous.

DOT Worker Hit By Car On Route 15, State Police Say

Part of Route 15, or the Wilbur Cross Parkway, is closed after a state worker was struck by a vehicle, state police said.

Grand Acres Grows Business Sense

A group of green-thumbed high school students will make a little extra cash this summer with unexpected tools - lettuce, tomato and daikon seedlings, and a greenhouse in Fair Haven to grow them in, courtesy of the New Haven Land Trust. The five to seven students are the Land Trust's Growing Entrepreneurs, a cadre of high schoolers who have joined the trust during the summer months since 2016.

The Power of Social Network Interventions on Population Health

Boston, MA - May 23, 2017 - The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research held its second plenary session this morning at its 22nd Annual International Meeting in Boston, MA, USA. The plenary, Social Network Interventions and Population Health , highlighted the research of Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH , Sol Goldman Professor, Social and Natural Science, Co-Director, Yale Institute for Network Science, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.

Wrestlers, Autism Charity Want Answers After Donated Funds Seem to Disappear

Money from a professional wrestling event in April was supposed to benefit a charity that helps people who have autism, but the charity has yet to receive any money. Now the wrestlers and the charity want answers and the person who organized the event said his costs quickly added up and he has nothing to donate.

Older Artists Strut Their Stuff

This dapper and venerable "Old Converse" sneaker practically speaks its own charming welcome, inviting viewers to come look at it. The painting by John Barnes is one of 223 works by 90 artists on view in the fifth edition of "The Art Of Aging," the annual show organized by the Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut at its offices at One Long Wharf Drive.

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