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.
Yarn bombing, a form of textile graffiti, shows up on trees, parking meters and bike racks in Greater New Haven. Ph
Kids plant vegetables and flowers in the new community garden at Casa Otonal in New Haven, CT. The program is funde
Photos of New Haven's inventions
New Haven hosted a block party for fellows of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) at th
Mara Lavitt — New Haven Register July 8, 2014 NewHaven The pool at LEAP has reopened to teach LEAP children to sw
A hazmat team responded Wednesday to the Walgreens on York Street in New Haven for a spill of an unknown substance.