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New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)

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  • Jovin's Parents Criticize Forensics 1998 Yale Slaying

    The parents of Suzanne Jovin, the Yale undergraduate who was stabbed to death in the East Rock section of the city in 1998, criticized Tuesday what they called "shortcomings" in the state's ability to investigate major crimes. In an open letter to Gov....
  • 'Someone' Sought In Yale Slaying

    It was one of the last e-mails Suzanne Jovin ever wrote, promising a friend she would return some study materials to her the next morning after she got them back from an unnamed "somebody." In the e-mail written in German at 9:02 p.m., Dec. 4, 1998,...
  • Online Tax Fairness Act Will Hurt Small Businesses

    An innocuous-sounding bill before Congress, the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act, has the potential to crush many of Connecticut's small businesses and stifle entrepreneurs. The bill was handily passed in the Senate by a bipartisan majority and is now...
  • Editorial: Who Killed Suzanne Jovin?

    The Suzanne Jovin murder case is one of the most vexing in memory, not only because it hasn't been solved in almost a decade, but because of the perplexing, even obstructionist, behavior of law enforcement. The 21-year-old Yale undergraduate was...
  • New Haven's Long History Of Selling Streets

    Last Monday, New Haven sold two downtown streets to Yale University for $3 million. Although the Board of Aldermen approved it handily — the vote was 21-8 —public reaction was more mixed. Protesters were forcibly removed from city hall...
  • Who's In Charge Of Water? No One, Really

    Who's In Charge Of Water? No One, Really
    The recent controversy over who will bring an additional 2 million gallons of water a day to the University of Connecticut's main campus at Storrs highlights, yet again, the fact that Connecticut lacks a statewide water plan. As The Courant recently...
  • Meriden Police Receive More Complaints Than Similar Departments

    Meriden Police Receive More Complaints Than Similar Departments
    The city's embattled police department receives a much higher number of complaints than similarly sized departments, a Courant review of police records reveals. Yet, Meriden rarely sustained a complaint made by a citizen while often finding cause for...
  • I've Got My Own Flood To Deal With!

    For obvious reasons, I can't directly attest to the following Flood of '55 story, but it's the way it has been told to me in my family's oral history. Mom was expecting her first child (me). She said it was so hot for the entire month before the flood...
  • Developer Gets 6 Years In Shelton Corruption Case

    A Shelton developer was sentenced Friday to six years in prison in a federal corruption case that tarnished the political reputation of popular 10-term Republican Mayor Mark Lauretti. Developer James Botti was accused of hiding large sums of cash and...
  • Sandy Hook Commission Studying Mental Health Following Newtown Massacre

    After focusing on guns for the past two months, the governor’s Sandy Hook Advisory Commission held its first public hearing Friday on mental health issues related to the Newtown massacre. Kim Pernerewski, the president of the Waterbury chapter...
  • Marking Grand Central's Centennial, Just In Time

    The time to appreciate Grand Central Terminal is on a weekday morning. The sheer energy, the dizzying movement, the frenetic ballet of striving, driving hustle, it all feeds the soul. To paraphrase "New York, New York," you want to be a part of it. I...
  • Weather-Beaten? Not Exactly

    Weather-Beaten? Not Exactly
    Blizzards, hurricanes, ice storms, tornadoes, heat and cold, floods and drought — we have it all here in New England. Especially the "biggies," that is, the weather events that can impact or change our lives in a matter of minutes. For that reason...