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About: new haven, connecticut

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
Connecticut ABC affiliate celebrates 70th anniversary

The station began as WNHC-TV in June, 1948, going on the air at channel 6 out of a former funeral parlor in New Haven. The station moved up on the VHF dial to channel 8 in 1953 and changed its call letters to WTNH-TV in 1971.

Capitol Report: GOP gubernatorial candidates take part in debate

Candidates spouted their usual canned responses, and for a debate being held at New Haven's historic Shubert Theatre , it offered very little drama. With that being said, one question submitted by a News 8 viewer regarding President Donald Trump did grab the most attention.

Baccalaureate speaker asks for 'justice warriors'

In a world filled with beauty and possibility but also violence and injustice, poet and scholar Elizabeth Alexander calls for actions that are fair, just and kind. Alexander delivered the call for action as part of her keynote address at Stanford's Baccalaureate ceremony, a multifaith celebration for graduating students and their families and friends.

Thousands Turn Out For Hartford Line's Inaugural Ride

Of the thousands of passengers aboard the inaugural Hartford Line train Saturday, Bill Zenko said he and his son Matt had this trip planned for months - it is, after all, Zenko's Father's Day present. "It's the only way to travel in the United States, if you have the time," Zenko, of Coventry, said.

Photo Flash: First Look at Menopause the Musical at Long Wharf Theatre

GFOUR Productions , winner of 44 Tony Awards and 54 Drama Desk Awards, proudly brings the international hit show Menopause The Musical to Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn., for a limited engagement Friday, June 15 through Sunday, July 1. Tickets are on sale now and available at the Long Wharf Theatre Box Office, www.longwharf.org , or by calling 787-4282. Greater discounts for groups of 10+ available by calling 772-8202.

Bender Stays, Expands

Mayor Toni Harp, Economic Development Officer Matthew Nemerson and other city officials gathered Thursday afternoon for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Bender New Haven's 21,000 square foot showroom at 335 East St. in the Mill River district. Featuring decorative plumbing, kitchen and bath cabinetry, lighting and tile selections, Bender now claims to have the largest showroom in the Northeast.

Robert Miller: Beware the spotted lanternfly heading our way

It's a lose-lose parlay - the combination of an invasive plant, the tree of heaven, sheltering an invasive bug, the spotted lanternfly. "We'll probably get it before long," said Donna Ellis, senior education educator with the University of Connecticut, speaking about the expected arrival of the lanternfly, a pretty little Asian interloper that can suck the life out of a plant.

Mayor Harp doles out big pay raises, sparking outrage among taxpayers

There appears to be a budding taxpayer revolt in New Haven . The outrage comes after Mayor Toni Harp doled out pay raises ranging from 7-to-10 percent to dozens of her executive management team.

Investigation into three-car crash outside News 8 building

An investigation is underway after a three-car crash that happened right outside the News 8 building on Elm Street in New Haven . Police said they attempted to question a suspect about an invalid paper tag on the suspect's car.

Bracing story from Congo - Requiem for an Electric Chair'...

Congolese theater artist-activist Toto Kisaku should, by all that's unholy in his native country, be dead - executed by order of a tyrannical government. Instead, Kisaku lives to tell his story of torture, his death sentence and escape in "Requiem for an Electric Chair," which receives its world premiere Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, at The Iseman Theatre in New Haven as part of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas.

Construction flagger charged with indecency

A New Haven man was charged with public idecency Thursday after he was allegedly masturbating while sitting in his car. Police got a call around 12:16 p.m. about a flagger from a road construction project was sitting in a car near South Avenue and Hawthorne Road masturbating.

Out with the old

A crew from Tarantino Roofing and Coppersmith, LLC, of New Haven, strips the slate shingles off the roof of Christ Episcopal Church in Norwich on Wednesday, June 14, 2018. Owner Pat Tarantino says he specializes in old church roofs and estimates the roof on Christ Episcopal dates from the 1930s.

Connecticut, Massachusetts Officials To Cut Ribbon On Hartford Line

The new CTrail Hartford Line launches this weekend with free service to New Haven and Springfield. The train's top speed is 110 mph and service from Hartford to New Haven takes about 45 minutes.

"One City" Ready To Take On The Summer

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. The leaders of the city's 12 community management teams - who have formed a new "One City Initiative" - offered up that sample City Hall Thursday to showcase some of the activities planned for 60 days in all 12 neighborhoods.

"Health Haven" Hub Hits Downtown

A new innovation incubator will provide healthcare startups with funding, expertise, industry connections, and complementary office space in downtown New Haven, just a few blocks from the city's universities and hospitals. On Thursday morning, co-founders Sri Muthu and Donna Lecky announced the formal opening of the incubator, Health Haven Hub, out of the nonprofit's new office space on the ninth floor of 195 Church St. at the corner of Elm Street.

New Haven Breaks Ground on School Named For Obama

New Haven broke ground on the Barack H. Obama Magnet University School on Thursday. It is the first school in New England to be named after the former president.

Free meals offered to kids throughout summer

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - School districts all over Connecticut are making sure kids don't go hungry during the summer.

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