Posted Aug 27, 2012By
The St. Paul UAME Church in New Haven built in 1871 will need to replace the roof and perform major renovations inside due to extensive water damage. Currently, some of the windows are being replaced. The church received a $3,500 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Construction reached the top floor of the new 495,000 square foot medical lab building at 100 College Street August
Photos of Behind the Scenes With Elm Shakespeare Co. at Edgerton Park. A final rehearsal and finishing construction
Photos of New Haven Basketball Summer League.
The driver of a Ford Taurus was injured after the car was struck by a tractor-trailer on the Boulevard and ended up
Photos of CT Food Bank, Stop & Shop, Bring GROW Truck to Needy Families. A $250,000 per year grant, for three
(Photographs by Peter Hvizdak – New Haven Register) The New Haven Jazz Festival kicks off with the smooth sou