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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
Teena's Apizza opens in downtown Stamford

Chef Mike Mendoza removes a fresh pizza from the oven inside New Haven-style pizzeria Teena's Apizza, at 245 Main St., in downtown Stamford, Conn., on Monday, June 18, 2018. Chef Mike Mendoza removes a fresh pizza from the oven inside New Haven-style pizzeria Teena's Apizza, at 245 Main St., in downtown Stamford, Conn., on Monday, June 18, 2018.

New Haven Working on New Rules Regarding Dangerous Dogs

The Board of Alders Public Safety Committee has been looking to change regulations on how dogs are classified as dangerous. In the two years since a deadly dog attack in New Haven, the city's Board of Alders Public Safety Committee has been working on new rules to hold owners of dangerous dogs accountable.

East Rock Concert Series Comes Full Circle

To introduce her first song, "Sweet to Me," Caroline Doctorow told a quick, acerbic story that was the genesis for the song's title. She knew a man once who practiced singing and playing the guitar all the time, to the irritation of his wife.

PD: Man enters New Haven home, stabs ex-girlfriend

Police say they found a 23-year-old woman suffering from a stab wound to her torso. She stated that she and her current boyfriend were in a bedroom when they heard a noise coming from the living room.

New Haven police investigate officer background checks

New Haven police say an internal audit of investigations of police officer candidates has revealed falsified reports by two officers. Police Chief Anthony Campbell then ordered an internal investigation, and the two officers found to be accountable were removed from their positions within a specialized unit.

W. Rock Senior Housing Plan Back On Track

A project that would put 124 market-rate senior apartments in the shadow of West Rock is a step closer to happening about 19 years after it was approved the first time. Jon Sullivan of Turnkey Senior Living LLC stopped by the most recent Westville-West Hills Community Management Team meeting to let neighbors know that the long-stalled project is still in the works and going forward.

RumRunners celebrates 20 years of music

The RumRunners, celebrating 20 years as one of Milford's top local bands, performs for a fundraiser recently at Stonebridge Restaurant. Members of the local band the RumRunners agree they may be one of just a few bands that includes their city's fire chief in their lineup.

Elementary school's name changes from honoring Confederate general to ...

Elementary school students will be attending a new school but in the same building when they return to class in the fall. The Richmond School Board voted 6-1 Monday to rename J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School to Barack Obama Elementary School.

Cops: Fired worker threatened to - shoot up' Golden Corral

The Golden Corral buffet and grill restaurant is located at 74 Turnpike Square in Milford, a short distance from the Connecticut Post Mall. The Golden Corral buffet and grill restaurant is located at 74 Turnpike Square in Milford, a short distance from the Connecticut Post Mall.

Cops: Fired worker threatened to - shoot up' Golden Corral

An employee who was fired from the Golden Corral, returned later in the day and threatened to 'shoot up the place," police said. According to Officer Joseph Dempsey, the incident happened around closing time - at 10 p.m. Saturday - at the Turnpike Square restaurant.

State Pleased with Day One of Hartford Line

Figures for the first day of regular service, Monday, were not immediately available. While staff from CT Rail, the group principally in charge of the Hartford Line is tallying people every day, Amtrak reports ridership differently.

Arts & Ideas 2018 Wraps Up With Peppy 'Sgt. Pepper'

Mark Morris laughs when asked if he enjoys coming to the International Festival of Arts & Ideas in New Haven because it's not so close to the Brooklyn headquarters of his internationally renowned Mark Morris Dance Group. "I know, it's really far.

Police investigate after man found critically injured in New Haven

Police say at around 3:40 a.m., officers responded to Grand Avenue, near Blatchley Avenue, for the report of a person down. A passing motorist had called police after he saw a man unconscious and bleeding from the ears.

In The Bender Kitchen: Chef Stephen Stellato cooks up meatballs

We learn more about the festival with President of Saint Andrew Society Frank Gargano and the Owner of Stellato's Deli Stephen Stellato. The Annual Italian Festa takes place Thursday, June 21st to Sunday, June 24th on Chapel Street in New Haven.

With FDA input, compassionate use programs appear to work well: study

When terminally ill Americans receive experimental medicines through so-called "compassionate use" programs, they typically only get these drugs after extensive tests for safety and effectiveness, a U.S. study suggests. "This means that sufficient evidence of safety and effectiveness has been generated, ensuring that terminally ill patients are not being exposed to therapies that are unlikely to be beneficial or unsafe," said senior study author Dr. Joseph Ross of Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut.

SCORE chairwoman receives Connecticut Leadership Award

To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Margo Weitekamp, chair of Southeastern Connecticut SCORE, recently received the 2017 C0nnecticut Leadership Award at the annual SBA Small Business Week ceremony in New Haven.

In new job, disgraced governor helps fellow ex-cons

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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.

Sen. Blumenthal: Taking children from families "inhumane"

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is planning to join with immigrant families to protest the decision by federal authorities to separate children from their parents as families arrive at the nation's southern border. The Connecticut Democrat is calling for the end of what he called an inhumane practice being conducted as part of President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown.

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.

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