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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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New Haven News
New Haven for Puerto Rico Initiative Raises $90,000

The city of New Haven and partners from the Connecticut shoreline have raised more than $90,000 as part of New Haven for Puerto Rico initiative. On Thursday night, they added to that total thanks to the students at Notre Dame High School and their Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.

Connecticut loses 2,000 jobs in September

Connecticut's economy lost 2,000 jobs in September, officials with the state Department of Labor said Thursday, the third month in a row that employment has declined. Making matters worse, the number of jobs lost in August was revised downward from 3,900 to 4,200.

New Haven Police Ready to Roll Out Body Worn Cameras in November

Despite some concerns of the police union, the New Haven Police Department is set to roll out body cameras for its officers. After the New Haven Board of Police Commissioners approved the General Orders for body camera use, officers in Elm City will start wearing them after training begins on November 1. "This is the reality of where 21st century, especially 21st-century community policing, is leading all of us," New Haven Police Chief Anthony Campbell told NBC Connecticut on Thursday.

Reopening ceremony held for New Haven basketball court and athletic field

A reopening ceremony was held on Thursday morning for a newly rebuilt basketball court and athletic field at Winslow Augustine Field on Wilmot Road. New Haven Mayor Toni Harp says these athletic fields are part of her push for teens in New Haven to have productive things to do.

Malloy prefers Stamford or Hartford for Amazon headquarters

Amazon is now planning to build a second North American headquarters. For the community that's chosen, it will create tens of thousands of jobs and pump billions of dollars into the local economy.

Sarah Borges And The Broken Singles At Cafe Nine

Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles will be at Cafe Nine, New Haven, on Oct. 28. Sarah Borges' 2016 EP "Good and Dirty" starts off with a pounding workmanlike beat and it kicks even more into rock mode when the guitars jump in. Borges sings with an appealing scratch and break to her voice.

WEB Welcomes "Woman Power"

Whalley, Edgewood and Beaver Hills neighbors have a new top cop, who promised to address neighborhood crime with increased cross-district communication and policing. She is Lt.

Death of 5 red oaks in Ledyard killed by gypsy moths could have silver lining

Damaged leaves are seen as Jeremiah Haggerty, with Bartlett Tree Experts, works on cutting down a tree on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at the home of Bill Hakkinen in Ledyard. Five red oaks at the property were cut down as they fell victim to the 2016 statewide infestations of gypsy moths.

University of New Haven transgender student's military service in limbo

Dylan Kohere, a freshman at the University of New Haven, is one of eight transgender individuals suing the Trump administration over its plan to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military . Since the sixth grade, Dylan Kohere, a freshman at the University of New Haven, has wanted to serve in the military.

Charter schools beg for more funding in new budget

The state budget crisis is leaving a lot of people feeling uncertain. Nowhere is there more uncertainty than in the state's charter school system.

Frailty tied to higher risk of complications with common surgeries

Frail patients are more likely to have serious complications after elective outpatient surgery than people who are healthier and stronger, a recent study suggests. Much of the previous research linking physical frailty to worse surgical outcomes has been based on what happens when people have major elective or emergency operations in a hospital, researchers note in JAMA Surgery.

Homicide Ratchets Up Methadone Clash

On a recent morning in the Hill, dozens of recovering drug addicts waiting for methadone at a clinic spotted a man with purple latex gloves on, waiting to knife his adversary. Days later, the man returned and fatally stabbed his target 16 times.

Hundreds rally in New Haven for father of Yale student set to be deported

Hundreds of people took to the streets of New Haven on Tuesday night showing the fight against new immigration policies remains strong. The rally was held in honor of Yale Senior Viviana Andazola Morales whose father was detained last week by ICE officials in Colorado .

Hillhousea s Driver Safety program also giving teens chance to chase dreams

Thanks to the simulators at the Driver Safety Program at Hillhouse High School in New Haven , students don't just learn how to drive, they get the drive to fuel their dreams, like 18-year-old Tytainya Gaines. Her goal is to be an EMT one day.

Eat for a cause during CT Loves Puerto Rico week

Connecticut residents can raise money for storm-battered Puerto Rico while enjoying cuisine inspired by the island next week during the CT Loves Puerto Rico initiative. More than 60 restaurants spanning southwestern Connecticut and the shoreline and up to the Hartford area are participating in the weeklong fundraiser, which will run from Saturday, Oct. 21 through Saturday, Oct. 28. Each eatery will add a Puerto Rican dish or drink to the menu, and 100 percent of the proceeds from those special items will be donated to the United for Puerto Rico fund .

2 charged with attempting bank heist while dressed as nuns

Two women have been charged with trying to rob a bank in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains while dressed as nuns. Nineteen-year-old Swahilys Pedraza-Rodriguez, of New Haven, Connecticut, and 23-year-old Melisa Aquino Arias, of the Dominican Republic, appeared before a judge in Newark, New Jersey, on Monday.

Get a Pizza the Action at White Pie

At White Pie, brothers Kris and Jason Wallenta dish up wood-fired pizzas inspired by their childhood in New Haven, Connecticut. But even though their pizzas were inspired by an East Coast classic, they aren't chained to tradition...and the results are delicious, as Gretchen Kurtz reports in her review of White Pie .

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