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Established in 1648 West Haven was originally a part of the New Haven Colony. A main raiding point during the Revolutionary War the city's seal depicts a lookout for British ships. Today the area is home to a United States Veterans Affairs Hospital and a field for Yale University sports teams named Yale Field. Yale University has purchased other sites in West Haven including the closer Bayer Pharmaceuticals plant to use for biotechnology and life science research.
Local Newspapers: The New Haven Register
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Local Colleges: The University of New Haven
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Towns/Cities near west haven, connecticut : Orange Woodmont Milford New Haven
Lauretti promises Shelton no mill rate increase for 10th...
Holding a sign that reads "No to Tire Tax," Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti at the protest against tolls, a new gas tax and tire tax in Stamford in February. Lauretti said "we have to make Connecticut more affordable, we are pricing everyone out of the state."Lawmakers Defend Hartford Debt Service Payments
Following criticism from local elected officials, legislative leaders tried to explain the state's financial commitment to Hartford to help the city avoid bankruptcy. House Majority Leader Matt Ritter, D-Hartford, said he wanted to clarify the help that Hartford is receiving because some lawmakers have gotten the impression that it's a 20-year guarantee of basically the same amount of state aid they receive now.Legislative Committee Will Consider Bill Legalizing Marijuana Thursday
Hartford, Ct. - 02/07/2018 - Cody Roberts and Joseph Toth , advocates for the legalization of marijuana, walk through the hall of the Legislative Office Building past Connecticut State Senator Craig Miner on opening day of the 2018 legislative session. The idea's been floated before, but recreational marijuana's backers have so far been unable to convince the Land of Steady Habits to legalize a new one.Nora easter disrupts train service in Connecticut
On Tuesday Amtrak announced that service between Boston, Mass. and New York City has been suspended for the remainder of the day because of the winter storm.School districts deal with making up snow days
With another snowstorm hitting the state, school districts are making sure they hit the state mandated 180 day minimum requirement for students. West Haven 's Superintendent Neil Cavallaro said, "What we do when it snows is, we tack them on to the end of the school year.New Music Venue The Rough Draft Taking Over The Space Building
Karen Robinson, an English teacher at Hill Regional Career High School in New Haven, put herself through college by managing restaurants. Chris Scionti, an engineering teacher at the Engineering and Science University Magnet School in West Haven, once owned a veterinarian practice.James Maroney announces candidacy for 14th Senate district
Following last week's news that State Sen. Gayle Slossberg will not run for reelection, former State Rep. James Maroney announced his candidacy for Connecticut's 14th Senate District on Monday. "The voters of Milford, Orange, West Haven and Woodbridge have come to expect a senator who will support the middle class, protect the environment, and fight for effective education," Maroney said in his announcement.Police Logs
To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Teresa Bonn, 81, of 228 F St. was charged Friday with failure to drive right, driving with a suspended license and failure to obey an officer's signal.Sen. Slossberg expected to announce retirement
State Sen. Gayle S. Slossberg, an occasional political lightning rod who opposed raising taxes and battled with the Malloy administration last year over funding for her city during the budget crisis, is expected to announce her retirement on Friday. Sources say that the Milford Democrat, co-chairman of the legislative Education Committee, won't campaign for an eighth two-year term for the district of about 90,000 residents, including Orange, half of West Haven and a section of Woodbridge.Ferraro Seeks Third Term
State Representative RE announced he is seeking to continue the important work of resolving the state's financial crisis and advocating for the residents of Milford, Orange, and West Haven. "Right now my focus is on the legislative session and preventing Governor Malloy from pushing more taxes through."National Council of Catholic Women Announces Holy Land Project
The National Council of Catholic Women is delighted to announce the first school pairing in our project to enhance knowledge of the daily life of Catholics in the Holy Land. This came about at the request of Catholic women in the Holy Land who indicated that they wanted to increase awareness in the U.S. of the constraints under which Catholics live in the Holy Land.A truck accident on southbound I-95 closed two lanes in Milford on Moday, March 5, 2018.
Southbound I-95 near Exit 38 in Milford is jammed after a truck crash on Monday, March 5, 2018. That crash happened shortly after 9 a.m. About an hour later, there was another tractor-trailer crash in West Haven that closed two southbound lanes.Nor'easter's high winds cause downed trees, power outages
The nor'easter began battering the state overnight, dumped heavy rain, snow, and high winds, and then started moving out on Friday evening. Snow, sleet, rain, wind or a combination of all four, were reported in parts of the state all day on Friday.Boynton raises campaign funds to challenge Ferraro in 117th
Cindy Wolfe Boynton is pictured here with Ellen Bravo, a national expert on paid family leave who came to Connecticut last week to offer advice and information to advocates of the earned paid family leave bill currently working its way through the Connecticut Legislature, which Boynton supports. Local 117th District state representative Democratic candidate Cindy Wolfe Boynton said she has surpassed the fund-raising goals needed to pre-qualify for Connecticut's Citizens Election Program just a few weeks after announcing her candidacy.Report-It Photo Gallery: March 2, 2018 storm
A local store sign fell on a Volvo causing the back windshield to shatter. The 50-60mph winds are very dangerous.Nurse gets 60 years for killing, dismembering college student
Corrinna Martin, mother of Alyssiah Marie Wiley, speaks outside of Bridgeport Superior Court after the third trial for Jermaine Richards, who was found guilty Friday Sept. 15, 2017 for the murder of Wiley.Hamden students celebrate reading with News 8
Eight elementary schools in Branford , Hamden , New Haven and West Haven joined the United Way of Greater New Haven to celebrate reading. News 8's Laura Hutchinson read Dr. Seuss's "What Pet Should I Get?" to a third grade classroom at Church Street School in Hamden.West Haven police arrest 1, seek another for robbery
One man has been charged and another is sought by police for a robbery in West Haven on Wednesday afternoon. According to police, units responded to the area of Harold Street and Dix Street around 2:00 p.m. following a report of a robbery.Student charged after allegedly making threat at New Haven magnet school
A student at a New Haven magnet school located in West Haven has been charged after officials say a threat was made on Wednesday morning. According to West Haven police , a 14-year-old student at Engineering and Science University Magnet School made a verbal threat with graphic pictures.Structurally Deficient Bridges in CT at Risk for Closure
Busy bridges throughout Connecticut might need to be closed because the federal government considers them structurally deficient, and the state says they don't have enough money to maintain and repair them. The United States Federal Highway Administration has classified hundreds of Connecticut bridges, including the Interstate 84 overpass in Hartford and the Yankee Doodle bridge in Fairfield, as structurally deficient.
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