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In new staging, Accidental Death of an Anarchist gets its revolutionary laughs honestly. Chris Arnott reports.
During 2 1/2-hour transition team hearing. Cora Lewis reports.
Details emerge of how an 18-year-old allegedly shot his friend to death this past weekend. Paul Bass reports.
Christopher Arnott has figured out lots you can do every night this week.
Tell Toni Harp
What you think about public safety, present & future, at a transition team public hearing, Monday 6:30 p.m., 200 Orange St. basement.
by Allan Appel | Dec 10, 2013 4:08 pm | Comments (4)
All the ticket windows would move to the Union Avenue side of the train station. In their place an airy atrium/annex would feature upscale shops and eateries (not fast-food chains). The elegant balcony would open with tables for waiting travelers to relax. Outside a few paces, stores line a new garage across from the police station.
by Paul Bass | Dec 10, 2013 12:45 pm | Comments (5)
Chanting “Justice for Sam See! Justice for Sam See!” 30 demonstrators waded into oncoming lunch-hour traffic on Elm Street Tuesday to protest the recent death of a Yale professor at police lockup at 1 Union Ave.
by Melissa Bailey | Dec 10, 2013 11:34 am | Comments (5)
The new superintendent has put an end to free food at school staff meetings—and is looking for $3.5 million more in savings and extra revneue—to close a budget gap he inherited upon becoming schools chief.
by Paul Bass | Dec 9, 2013 4:55 pm | Comments (2)
A man who may be connected to the gunman hoax that shut down central New Haven faced a judge Monday —on an 11-year-old charge related to impaired driving.
by Melissa Bailey | Dec 9, 2013 2:30 pm | Comments (1)
Freddy Seminario pointed his browser to Road Trip Nation to search for a future career—and prepare for a new, more demanding standardized test coming to New Haven schools.
by Allan Appel | Dec 9, 2013 8:43 am
He grew up on Hallock, in Church Street South, then Frank and Rosette streets in the Hill neighborhood; he attended Roberto Clemente School and Lee and Career High. Now 14-year police veteran Tony Reyes is going home as a lieutenant—to take over as the top cop in the neighborhood of his youth, one of a fleet of promoted officers assuming new assignments.
by Diana Li | Dec 6, 2013 3:47 pm | Comments (5)
Growing up in New Haven in the 1950s, Anthony Riccio never understood why his grandmother immigrated from Italy, the land of Bernini’s masterful sculptures and Giuseppe Verdi’s beautiful music. When he asked her why she moved to the United States, she simply said, “I don’t like.”
by Melissa Bailey | Dec 6, 2013 1:01 pm | Comments (6)
Federal investigators are looking into any “possible conflicts of interest” between New Haven’s outgoing police and fire pension fund adviser and a company from which he took out a personal loan, based on information contained in a subpoena.
Meanwhile, the pension board has agreed to shell out a “discounted” $470 an hour for legal representation for the city’s fire union president, whom investigators have subpoenaed in the probe.
by Paul Bass | Dec 6, 2013 12:20 pm
It’s a long story.
by Paul Bass | Dec 5, 2013 3:31 pm | Comments (7)
Loud tapping woke up Yvette Redding in the middle of the night. The water in the faucet stopped running. A crash followed.
Before long, Xander the police pooch swung into action.
Now police hope they have found two men responsible for at least some, if not most, of 12 recent copper-thefts in the neighborhood.