By The Grace of Bailey, There Go I

The sons of the stranger, that join themselves to the Lord, to serve him, and to love the name of the Lord, to be his servants, even them I will bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine […]

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New church opens amidst city nightlife

A new church, launched right in the middle of New Haven nightlife, wants to see New Haven change.

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Elm City charter revision begins

For the first time in a decade, a Board of Aldermen-appointed commission met Monday to begin the process of revising New Haven’s charter, the document that outlines the structure of the city government.

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Dirt bikers ruffle city

New Haven is seeking help from the state legislature to crack down on dirt bikers that drive illegally on New Haven’s streets with near impunity.

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Education funds’ increase unlikely

While activists in Connecticut push for an increase in education funding from the state government, a projected state budget deficit stands to thwart their efforts.

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Holder, Malloy announce violent crime initiative

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder traveled to New Haven Tuesday to announce a new program that aims to curb gun violence throughout Connecticut.

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Yale faculty give big to Democrats

Yale employees, free to donate to any candidate, contributed $429,506 toward candidates and political groups in this year’s election cycle.

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ICE fines state businesses for workers

Broadway’s famous grocery store and delicatessen Gourmet Heaven was fined nearly $6,000 during the last fiscal year for employing undocumented workers.

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Ward 1 voters support Obama

After President Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign brought record-breaking numbers of young voters to the polls, many pundits thought this year would see far less enthusiasm. But over a thousand students waited outside the Ward 1 New Haven Public Library polling station for over an hour in near-freezing temperatures yesterday, casting 1,346 votes in the […]

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Empty factory to become lofts

Science Park has taken another step forward in its transition from an industrial wasteland to a livable area. On Wednesday, the City Plan Commission approved detailed measures for the renovation of two vacant Winchester rifle factory buildings into 158 new loft-style apartments in Science Park. The project, which is called Winchester Lofts, will cost about […]

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New Haven eyes charter reform

New Haven residents will have a once-in-a-decade opportunity to make major changes to city government in coming months, potentially reshaping City Hall and the political playing field. The city is initiating a process to revise its charter — the basis for the city’s government — which has not been revised since 1993. City Hall is […]

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