Apr 19th, 2015
11:04 am
April 19th, 2015 | City
Homicide takes sixteen-year-old victim

A sixteen-year-old male was killed in the Elm City last night — the first youth homicide of 2015.

According to a press release from the New Haven Police Department, officers were dispatched to Exchange Street, near Blatchlesy Avenue, shortly after midnight responding to reports of a double shooting. At the scene, emergency responders attended to two victims of gunshot wounds: the sixteen-year-old and 20-year-old Justin Compress. Compress was shot in his shoulder, hand and wrist, but is in stable condition, according to the release.

Apr 9th, 2015
9:48 am
April 9th, 2015 | City
Perez approved as Banking Commissioner

The Connecticut General Assembly approved Governor Dannel Malloy’s appointment of Board of Alders’ president Jorge Perez to the state Banking Commissioner with a unanimous vote Wednesday.

Apr 8th, 2015
7:35 pm
April 8th, 2015 | City
Carmen Anthony Steakhouse closes down

“It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to voluntarily close both the Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of Waterbury after 19 years and the Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of New Haven after 10 years,” said owner Carmen Vacalebre in a statement. “We have worked very hard to keep our doors open. Now is the time to stop the hemorrhaging of the financial losses.”

Apr 7th, 2015
2:02 am
April 7th, 2015 | City
Police respond to city’s third homicide

The city’s third homicide this year was reported to New Haven Police Department Monday evening.

Apr 5th, 2015
7:52 pm
April 5th, 2015 | City
Malloy repeals Indiana travel ban

Malloy issued the ban on March 30, protesting the act, which allow individuals and businesses to cite religious claims as a part of legal defense in cases not solely between individuals and the government. As a result, all travel from Connecticut to Indiana receiving support from the state government was suspended.

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