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City Looks Within Ranks To Groom Teachers Of Color

A decade ago, Richard Cowes quit his high-paying job in the insurance industry to go into education. He started off teaching as a substitute, earning $50 a day, just to see what the profession would …
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Proprietors “Take Back The Green”

Dozens of city residents gathered on the New Haven Green to witness a spectacle that, if only for an hour, seemed to transform the historic park at the middle of Downtown.But unlike the
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Yale Law Students Mobilize vs. Kavanaugh

Yale Law Students Mobilize vs. Kavanaugh

New revelations about Brett Kavanaugh’s time at Yale as well as his conduct as a judge
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Today’s Debates

Housing ... Walkout ... Plowshares ... Cuts
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Elm City Arts Scene Opens Wide

Amid the three October weekends of programming Artspace has planned for this year’s City-Wide Open Studios is an art invasion of Yale West Campus on the weekend of Oct.
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Students Walk Out For Nelson - Lucy Gellman

On Sept. 20 at 11 a.m., hundreds of students from Wilbur Cross High School, James Hillhouse High School, and Common Ground High School as well as Yale and Southern Connecticut State Universities walk…
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Daniels Parents Plead With Birks On Staff Cuts

The John C. Daniels Inderdistrict Magnet School library has become a “ghost town.” The science fair, the school play, the book fair, and the student-made school bulletin are in jeaprody. The website …
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Today’s Debates

Memorial ... Palladium ... APT ... LWLP ... No-Bid
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Students Walk Out; The Adults Follow

Students Walk Out; The Adults Follow

Hundreds of New Haven high school students
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Inmates Beat Guns Into Plowshares

Inmates Beat Guns Into Plowshares

Four New Haven Correctional Center inmates literally beat “swords into ploughshares” on Thursday as they forged new garden tools from donated and repurposed handguns, shotguns, and assault rifles.…
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DeGale Field To Get A Makeover

DeGale Field, better known in the city as Goffe Street Park, is headed for a makeover thanks to about $217,597 in grant money that is expected to come from the state.
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“Welcome to The Hill North” Signs Pitched

The new leaders of the Hill North management team is proud of their neighborhood. And with a rush of new development in the neighborhood in the works, they want visitors and residents alike to know e…
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Peter Pan Flies From The Elm City

New Haven gained a commuter train line this summer. Then it lost a commuter bus line this fall.
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At Long Wharf, Addiction, Shootings, & Trip To Uganda

A handful of people in a scrappy Alcoholics Anonymous group, struggling to get sober and help everyone else stay sober, one day at a time. Two cops in Cleveland, and what happens when one of them pul…
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