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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.
Local Newspapers: New Haven Register
Local Sports Teams: Yale (Bulldogs)
Local Colleges: Yale Quinnipiac University
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REFILE-UPDATE 1-Alexion Pharma names former Baxalta head Ludwig Hantson CEO
Hantson will take over from David Brennan, who was named interim chief last year following the departure of Alexion's top executives in the aftermath of a sales practices investigation. Chief Executive David Hallal and Alexion's finance chief Vikas Sinha stepped down in December amid speculation that the board had lost confidence in them.Group gives away free prom dresses
They're making girls dreams come true thanks to some good old-fashioned Connecticut kindness. A group called Project Hope CT makes it their mission every year to collect prom dresses from people, companies and community groups willing to step up and donate and then, Project Hope CT opens a unique boutique where girls and their families can come in and pick out the dress of their dreams.Lawmakers grapple with hate crimes
The number of 'hate crimes' in Connecticut has doubled since last summer according to the Hamden-based Anti Defamation League. State lawmakers are responding with an effort to make penalties of 'hate crimes' tougher but some say that 'blue hate crimes' should be included in the plan.Hamden Man Charged With Child Porn Possession Again, Police Say
A Hamden man on probation for possession of child pornography has again been arrested after probation staff found more child porn on his cell phone, police said Monday. Craig Bald, 53, of Goodrich Street was arrested Thursday at Superior Court in New Haven and charged with third-degree possession of child pornography, they said.Recent gas prices fall below average for Connecticut
Gas prices have fallen 1.3 cents per gallon in New Haven within the past week. In a daily survey that was conducted on Sunday by GasBuddy, which surveys 229 gas outlets in New Haven , the average gas price is $2.35/gallon.Firefighters battle house fire in New Haven
The fire started in a house on Chapel Street, not far from Ella T Grasso Boulevard. Fire crews have gotten the situation under control despite difficulties getting to the house because of power lines.Connecticut officials bracing for bad year for ticks
Updated 1:29 pm, Sunday, March 26, 2017 NEW HAVEN, Conn. - State officials say they've seen an increase in the number of ticks this year, including those carrying diseases.School officials see need to increase cultural awareness
School officials are planning workshops in an effort to increase cultural awareness among students at Laurel Ledge Elementary School in response to culturally-insensitive incidents. "We want to make our kids more cultural-sensitive," Region 16 Superintendent of Schools Michael Yamin said.Fairfield Graphic Designer Revs Up The Auto Theme At New Pizza Joint
STRATFORD, Conn. - When Joel Faxon first toured the future site of his new pizzeria, he noticed a big oil spill on the floor - and it wasn't olive oil.Black Sea Film Symposium At Yale
"When Will This Wind Stop," Aniela Gabryel's 2015 drama about a Tatar family divided between Crimea and Ukraine, is part of Yale University's Black Sea Film Festival. "When Will This Wind Stop," Aniela Gabryel's 2015 drama about a Tatar family divided between Crimea and Ukraine, is part of Yale University's Black Sea Film Festival.City Seeks 16 State-Neglected Lots
When Jeff Moreno became a Livable City Initiative neighborhood specialist for the Hill, he tried to get someone to clean up a fenced lot near the end of Rosette Street. At first he didn't know the identity of the nuisance landlord; it turned out to be the state Department of Transportation.Environmental Film Series At Yale, Connecticut College
"The Age of Consequences" is a documentary about how water and food shortages, extreme weather, drought, and sea-level rise accelerate instability and conflict. "The Age of Consequences" is a documentary about how water and food shortages, extreme weather, drought, and sea-level rise accelerate instability and conflict.'1984' Screenings To Benefit Civil-Liberties Charities
On April 4, about 90 cinemas around the country will screen the movie "1984," based on George Orwell's legendary novel about a hellish totalitarian society. On April 4, about 90 cinemas around the country will screen the movie "1984," based on George Orwell's legendary novel about a hellish totalitarian society.Teen Palestinian Rappers Leave Refugee Camp To Bring Message Of Freedom To U.S.
The Palestinian teen hip-hop collective Shoruq arrives in Connecticut for two performances. Hear a clip from their song "Dream" in this video, and see a performance of the song below.Hartford man pleads guilty to selling heroin involved in deadly Enfield overdose
Aaron Gyambibi, 26, pleaded guilty in New Haven federal court Thursday to one count of possession with intent to distribute and distribution of heroin. Prosecutors say a 31-year-old man was found dead in an Enfield home on May 7, 2016.Bike Share Hits A Newhallville Speed Bump
Lawmakers were urged to approve a new bike share program in New Haven - as long as it includes neighborhoods away from downtown. A public hearing Tuesday night drew enthusiastic support for the planned new project, which would eventually make at least 300 bicycles available for short-term rental at 30 stations located around the city .Long Wharf's 'Smart People' Drowns In Its Own Elitism
The allegedly smart people in "Smart People," Lydia Diamond's provocative play at the Long Wharf Theatre through April 9, aren't just "smart." They're smarmy people, smitten people, sharp people, super-informed people and occasionally small-minded people.
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