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New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)

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  • Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued In State

    Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued In State
    Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued in parts of the state Wednesday night as storms rolled through New England A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Hartford County and Litchfield County until about 9 p.m., according to the National Weather...
  • House Approves Undocumented Immigrant Drivers License Bill After All-Night Debate

    Following a Republican filibuster that stretched on for more than seven and a half hours, the state House of Representatives approved a bill just after dawn on Thursday that offers undocumented immigrants the opportunity to obtain a Connecticut drivers...
  • Wolcott Man Admits Role In Donovan Campaign Scandal

    The co-owner of a Waterbury tobacco shop pleaded guilty on Friday to a conspiracy charge in connection with a scheme to direct illegal contributions to the campaign of former congressional candidate Christopher Donovan. George Tirado, 36, of Wolcott,...
  • Light Pollution Dims View Of Comet, Shrinks Our Horizons

    Comet ISON is barreling toward the center of our solar system, where on Thanksgiving it will slingshot around the sun and head back past Earth. It's already putting on one of the best shows we've had in a while. Astronomers announced Nov. 14 that the...
  • New Haven Open Consolidates Seating Into Lower Portion

     Last year, the fourth-best crowd for a women's-only tennis event was swallowed up by the seventh-largest tennis center in the world.     It's been that way for a while at the New Haven Open. The tournament drew a total of 53,004 during its nine-day run...
  • State Must Roll Up Sleeves To Help Create Jobs

    State Must Roll Up Sleeves To Help Create Jobs
    Editor's Note: With no net job creation here in two decades, Connecticut needs jobs. Our editorial and five other views on this page offer thoughts on getting people back to work. We'd like to hear what you think is the key to creating jobs as well: Email...
  • Imaginative Mayor Made New Haven Better

    New Haven was struggling in the early 1990s. Schools were decrepit. Downtown was moribund, with litter wafting past empty storefronts. It looked like another once-bustling urban core that was dying of disinvestment, suburbanization, racism, lack of...
  • Sen. Toni Harp Owes Voters An Explanation Of Family Business Issues

    Sen. Toni Harp Owes Voters An Explanation Of Family Business Issues
    If she hopes to inspire confidence that she can lead one of the state's largest cities, state Sen. Toni Harp needs to do better than "I don't know." Ms. Harp, a 20-year state legislator and front-runner in the race to succeed New Haven Mayor John...
  • Connecticut Jobs Bill Is Only A Good First Step

    New Haven underwent one of the first and most aggressive urban renewal programs in the country after World War II under Mayor Richard C. Lee. In an interview in 2002, a year before he died, Mr. Lee was asked why the program didn't achieve better results....
  • Guilford Settlers' Vow Of Solidarity Still Resonates

    Guilford is one of four Connecticut towns celebrating a 375th anniversary this year. The others are Stratford, Fairfield and Milford; all were settled by English Puritans looking to start new lives in the New World. The quartet of anniversaries is...