State grant supports school security

Nine months after the Newtown shooting, 169 Connecticut schools will receive state funds to improve and upgrade their security resources.

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Family settles lawsuit over DKE crash

The family of one of four Yale students killed in a 2003 crash on the return trip from a fraternity event has settled a lawsuit against the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.

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Yale’s Police Academy begins seventh year

The Yale Police Department announced earlier this month that its annual police academy program will officially kickoff on Oct. 12.

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Historic Yale boathouse to be rebuilt by 2015

Six years after the home of early 20th century Yale rowers was razed, a new boathouse will rise over the waters of the New Haven Harbor.

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City breaks ground on Winchester project

The former home of a historic firearms manufacturer is on its way to being redeveloped as a mixed-income residential complex.

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Campaign looks to boost street safety with spray paint

Students walking out of Old Campus Monday were greeted by fluorescent orange messages spray-painted on the sidewalk at the intersection of Elm and High streets.

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Police up patrols around nightclubs

Club-hopping crowds of students and city residents will not be alone when they hit New Haven’s nightlife scene this fall.

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NHPD boosts recruitment

With a brand-new class of recruits and new hires on the ground, the New Haven Police Department is in the midst of its largest hiring spree in recent history.

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Summer ends in slew of homicides

After a relatively tranquil summer, New Haven was struck by a series of homicides in the two weeks before students began moving into their dorm rooms.

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Developers unveil downtown redesign plans

The former home of New Haven Nighthawks hockey games and Elm City rock concerts is on its way to becoming a vibrant downtown urban center.

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Woman falls from State Street parking garage in apparent suicide

The death of a West Haven woman who fell from an upper story of a downtown parking garage Thursday afternoon appears to be a suicide, according to police. About 3:24 p.m. on Thursday, the New Haven Police Department received reports of a woman who had fallen from an undetermined floor of the 32-story parking complex […]

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Former suspect in Jovin murder settles with city, Yale

The state's attorney said that former lecturer James Van de Velde ’82 is no longer a suspect in the murder of Suzanne Jovin ’99.

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