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.
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(Photographs by Peter Hvizdak – New Haven Register) Approximately 2000 people attended a rally Tuesday, Octob
The sixth annual St. Francis & St. Rose of Lima Alumni Mass honoring the religious women of Fair Haven at St.
The Webster Bank branch on Elm Street was robbed Thursday, police said. The man suspected of the robbery then scatt
A graduate student at Yale University School of Public Health is being treated in isolation Thursday, October 16, 2
Firefighters from New Haven and Hamden rescued workers who were trapped after a trench collapsed at a construction
SARGENT Manufacturing Company, an ASSA ABLOY Group company celebrates 150 years in New Haven on the front lawn at 1