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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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8 Things To Do This Weekend: UCONN Basketball & Roller Polar Run

On Saturday, folks are gathering at the Connecticut State Capitol in Hartford at 12:30pm to mark the one year anniversary of the Women's March . Local politicians will be speaking and a 2018 Women's March Agenda will be launched.

Frontier adds Connecticut assets as debt collateral

A Frontier Communications facility in downtown Bridgeport, Conn., in January 2018. On Jan. 17, Frontier proposed putting up nearly $2 billion in unspecified assets in Connecticut and Pennsylvania as collateral to lenders, as it seeks new debt covenants on $3 billion in debt.

New York Times' Trump-voter fetish hits a low point as it turns over its opinion page to them

The New York Times has a Trump-voter fetish. Invested deeply in sharp, considered resistance to his policies and behavior, the broadsheet has devoted much ink to attempting to capture and understand the mindset of the people on the other side of that particular coin, in the useless pursuit of equal time.

Cheerful female friends dancing while having champagne in nightclub

Find out more . Connecticut resident Sam Ducharme will present a lecture at the Kent Memorial Library about his journey hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine Saturday .

Report reveals hunger is getting worse in New Haven

Startling new numbers reveal how many residents in New Haven are not getting enough to eat. According to a report on hunger in New Haven, 22 percent of people are food insecure or hungry, meaning they don't have enough food to get through the month.

Visitation to be held to remember New Haven boxing star

Friends and family are gathering Thursday night to remember Luis Rosa Jr. The New Haven boxing star passed away last weekend after a car crash in West Haven . It happened early Sunday morning on Meloy Road near Baker Street when one car crossed the center line and crashed head on into the other.

Ex-Conn. governor transferred from prison to halfway house

Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland, right, and his wife, Patty, arrive at federal court in New Haven, Conn. The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear Rowlands appeal of his convictions for conspiring to hide his work on two congressional campaigns after having gone to prison for corruption.

New Haven orchestra pays tribute to Babar at free concerts

Actor Michael Boudewyns will present his fifth annual show hosted by the New Haven Symphony Orchestra in New Haven and Shelton on Jan. 20-21. Actor Michael Boudewyns will present his fifth annual show hosted by the New Haven Symphony Orchestra in New Haven and Shelton on Jan. 20-21.

Wacky weather day: Wet in New Haven, snow in Waterbury

You needed the windshield wipers in New Haven and the shovels in Waterbury. Today's mixed bag of weather had several people in several areas using one word to describe it.

Bail set at $1.2M for suspect in fatal gas station shooting

A judge has set bail at $1.2 million for the man accused in a fatal shooting outside of a New Haven gas station. The New Haven Register reports 31-year-old Joshua Council is facing charges of murder and criminal possession of a pistol in connection with the death of 35-year-old Kenneth Cooper .

New Haven composer Tyshawn Sorey named to USA fellowship

A local composer/musician has won a spot in the annual fellowship class of 45 artists and collaboratives across the nation, receiving a $50,000 grant. The Chicago-based United States Artists named New Haven resident Tyshawn Sorey , who teaches at Wesleyan University, one of the USA fellows, according to a release from the group this week.

New Program Couldn't Keep Him Alive

Two New Haven police officers found Mark Cochran, 55 - the first person targeted for help in an experimental program to keep nonviolent offenders out of jail - slumped over and intoxicated behind Trinity Church on the Green. It was a Thursday in mid-December.

Builder Pressed On Traffic, Trail

Aaron Goode doesn't see just 385 new apartments when he looks at vacant Munson Street land on which a developer plans to build. He also sees 598 parking spaces - as well as an already congested intersection and a pedestrian/bike trail that might be fenced off to people.

Overdoses Keep "Emergency 2" Racing

The opioid molecules streaming through his blood created a high that his brain jumbled with sleep. Overwhelmed, his respiratory system had ceased functioning: his lungs slowed to one-sixth the normal rate, sucking in air just twice a minute, until they stopped working altogether.

Derby Feed grain silo comes crashing down

Derby Mayor Richard Dziekan confers with Frank Pepe of F. Pepe Construction during the Jan. 10 demolition of a building at 150 Roosevelt Drive. Derby Mayor Richard Dziekan confers with Frank Pepe of F. Pepe Construction during the Jan. 10 demolition of a building at 150 Roosevelt Drive.

PD: 5 men arrested in online underage sex sting

Operation "Not in my Town" is a collaborative effort between Guilford police , the New Haven State's Attorney and the Veterans for Child Rescue Foundation. Police arrested 24-year-old Gregorio Diaz, 30-year-old Robert Prece, and 41-year-old Marvin Dunkley, all of New Haven .

ACES Open Choice program helps students across Connecticut

Open Choice is an inter-district public school program intended to improve academic achievement; reduce racial, ethnic and economic isolation; and provide a choice of educational programs for public school students. The program is state funded and allows children from Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport to voluntarily attend school in other districts that have space in their schools.

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