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Bethesda Lutheran Church News - January 20, 2019

Join us at Bethesda's Annual Congregational MeetingNEXT Sunday, January 27immediately following worship in the Campanius Room(snow date February 3)Advance reports are available on the Bethesda websit…
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Artspace Newsletter - January, 2019

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Snowprah & Co. Melt The Ice

Public officials from the governors on down warned people to stay home binge-watching
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MLK Conference Turns 50, With Fire

MLK Conference Turns 50, With Fire

Veteran firefighter Erika Bogan loves telling children, especially girls, about what it’s like to be a firefighter. And she’s passing
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Today’s Debates

Cirello ... Charter ... Condos ... Campaigner ... Crime
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CBD Boom Inspires New Local Business

CBD Boom Inspires New Local Business

Sarah Paris was like a lot of young entrepreneurs—working hard and stressed out. On a quest to feel better she was introduced to CBD. She said it helped her find her will to chill ... and to start a …
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New Haven “Hero” To Open Garage In Hamden

Sometimes even heroes can get delayed by zoning ordinances. Sajjad Chaudhary made out better when he sought needed permission to take over an old auto shop on Dixwell.
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Report Offers 44 Routes To Affordable Housing

The Affordable Housing Task Force has released its final 21-page report in preparation for a vote on Thursday, Jan. 24.The report proposes 44 different recommendations for how the city and the Board …
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“Gospel Shabbat” Choir Sings Hallelujah For King

On Friday afternoon, the 51-member choir on the bima of Congregation B’nai Jacob had just torn through the gospel song “Hallelujah, You’re Worthy” and was now tackling an uptempo version of “We Shall…
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New Haven Covered in Ice- Chris Randall

I took these photos today at the Quinnipiac Meadows Nature Preserve.
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7,000 Lose Power In Storm

Fallen ice-encrusted power lines left as many 7,000 homes and businesses without power in New Haven and Hamden for part of Sunday, sending at least one woman to the hospital and requiring the New Hav…
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Free Woodward Skinny

When Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward shares Watergate and Trumpgate secrets in New Haven Tuesday, college students will be able to get in on the action for free.
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Hamden Issues Parking Ban, Extends Warming Center Hours

Starting at midnight Sunday (i.e. late into Saturday night), make sure you’re parking on the even side of the street in Hamden.
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New Haven Republican Hangs In There

John Cirello wondered how he could remain a Republican. Then he took his son AJ
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