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Jan 26, 2012
New Haven’s hyperlocal news web site, the New Haven Independent, is trying out an experiment today by approaching news coverage in a different way. WNPR’s Neena Satija reports. (Noise from a police radio) What’s happening on the streets of New Haven at 2 o’clock in the morning? On a recent weekday around this time, Officer Martin Feliciano’s already made an arrest, tested some powder on the subject, and found it to be marijuana. After writing up the infraction he continues his regular... read more
Gallo in 2009
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Jan 25, 2012
 First Lennie Gallo, an aspiring New Haven police chief, was exiled to the animal shelter—because his boss said he couldn’t be trusted with humans. He reemerged as chief of next-door East Haven—where he’s now the center of a federal probe into alleged evidence-tampering that goes far beyond haras... read more
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Oct 3, 2011
New Haven’s sending support to the growing anti-Wall Street protest in New York in the form of white crew socks—and an alternative-to-greed model o... read more
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Sep 15, 2011
It's Saturday, 2 a.m. A 16-year-old boy is hanging out at Chapel and Day. If activists in the Dwight neighborhood have their way, police could ask... read more
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Sep 15, 2011
Gwen Mills was on her way to another precinct when she noticed volunteers lingering in front of Frank Douglass’ home. Polls would close in fewer th... read more
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Sep 14, 2011
Declaring that Tuesday’s Democratic primary showed John DeStefano has “lost control of the city,” mayoral challenger Jeffrey Kerekes vowed to make... read more
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Sep 13, 2011
Here it is. Bespectacled hipsters stick together.  Huge coverage of the day in New Haven by T-Mac. New Brtian has a primary today. Very civ... read more
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Sep 9, 2011
When Paul Sandella and his fellow New Haven firefighters streamed out of Grand Central Station, they were met by the smell of burning wreckage at G... read more
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Sep 6, 2011
Not only did woodworker and handyman Jim VanCampen build Bobby Cook a super hi-bike out of two broken ones; he taught Bobby how to do his own repai... read more
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Aug 29, 2011
Luis Santana took refuge from the storm with his young kids and pregnant wife in a city school. Across town, a 60-year-old Vietnam vet rode out the... read more
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Aug 17, 2011
With an overflowing vegetable patch on James Street and work underway at three vacant city lots, Rebecca Kline’s Fair Haven garden empire is taking... read more
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Aug 11, 2011
Thursday night, August 11, The New Haven Independent is partnering with WNPR and other media outlets to present a multi-media New Haven mayoral deb... read more
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Aug 5, 2011
An unusual sight caught Ben Schomaker’s eye on the corner of Orange and Cottage: a bike mechanic with an old three-speed up on a stand, at work rep... read more
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Aug 3, 2011
“National Night Out” drew a local dignitaries, cops and neighborhood crime-fighting heroes to Jocelyn Square. It didn’t draw any crime-fighters fro... read more
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Aug 2, 2011
Architect John Anderson came all the way from California to weigh in on New Haven’s evolving Downtown Crossing Project. First he predicted the crum... read more
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Jul 26, 2011
Rafael Ramos was explaining camping to 9-year-old Paola Cordero, who had never really been away from home, let alone slept under the stars. No, Ram... read more
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Jul 22, 2011
For Joyce Winston, her new walk-in paternity testing clinic at the corner of Sherman and Goffe is not just a business, it’s also a mission. She hop... read more
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Jul 20, 2011
Wearing shades and smoking cigarillos, Homi and Ace sat indifferently on the stoop between Rong Fa’s Chinese Take Out and Victor’s Market on Spring... read more
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Jul 18, 2011
Will the legislature cut its own staff? Click here. A tiny watchdog agency faces extinction. Click here.  The New Haven Independent covers... read more
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Jul 14, 2011
The rainbow Swiss chard was grown nearby. Master chef Denise Appel found it at a farmers market by the Green—and by the next night had it stemmed,... read more
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