Fighting climate change in Connecticut

A not-quite-Millennial reflects on mortality and turning 35 By Peter Something about turning 30 puts your life into perspective. You’re not old, but you’re not a blooming flower anymore, either. The future isn’t over, but it isn’t endless. It’s very much real, and kind of, well, here. Turning 30 has a way of focusing your […]...

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Connecticut Open

Many of the world’s best female tennis players will flock to New Haven for the Connecticut Open, with the qualifying rounds taking place this Friday and Saturday. The main draw tournament will take place from Sunday, August 21st to Saturday, August 27th. This year’s field is one of the most competitive in the event’s history, […]...

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New Haven Jazz Week

Jazz music will be in the air in New Haven for the next week, with the 2016 New Haven Jazz Festival taking place on the New Haven Green this Saturday, August 27th and they city’s Jazz Week kicking off today, August 26th. The 2016 New Haven Jazz Festival — presented by Jazz Haven in association […]...

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New Operation to Curb Distracted Driving

Cities and towns across Connecticut, including New Haven, are currently in the second phase of a crackdown on distracted driving. After a month-long crackdown in April netted thousands of tickets in the Greater New Haven area, police are once again on the lookout for drivers who are texting and talking. This phase of the operation […]...

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West Haven Elks

The third annual West Haven Elks Bring a Veteran to Dinner event is bringing its impact close to home this year, honoring local West Haven veteran Sean Pesce. The August 13th Elks lodge event will be a departure from previous years’ events, which have raised money for larger organizations such as Fisher House and Battle […]...

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The Brew Run

A unique 5K is returning to New Haven for its third year this Saturday, July 30th. The “Brew Run” will include a 5K road race followed by a craft brew festival. The event will be hosted by the Craft Brew Races group, a group with a mission of promoting and enjoying craft beer and an […]...

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Fundraiser Carnival for Injured Officer This Weekend

Marenna Amusements, an Orange-based carnival company, has stepped up to organize a carnival fundraiser for Officer Michael Doyle, an injured West Haven police officer. The carnival will run from Thursday, July 21 through Sunday, July 24 at the West Haven shore. After a call from West Haven Mayor Ed O’Brien, Marenna Amusements rearranged their completely […]...

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Seeking Drivers!

Metro Taxi is the largest taxi company in CT. We’re family owned and have served the greater New Haven and Bridgeport areas for over 25 years. Drivers with Metro Taxi can expect:⋅Steady, reliable income ⋅Steady, reliable income ⋅Flexible schedules ⋅Work independence We offer top-of-the-line driver education and dispatching technology to give you peace of mind behind […]...

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Blues, Berries and Jam

Blues, Berries and Jam — New Haven’s weekly outdoor concert series and farmers market site — began its 8-week run on Wednesday July 13th. The event is held every Wednesday for eight weeks from July 13th to August 31st with the City Seed Farmer’s Market operating from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. and live music from […]...

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Camp New Haven

July 5th marked the first day of PAL Camp New Haven, a five-week summer program that helps form community relationships between youth and law enforcement. The camp runs every weekday from July 5th to August 5th at Wilbur Cross High School and is free for city children ages 8 to 13. The New Haven Register […]...

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