Posted Jul 16, 2013By
Salvage crews are working against time to right and remove the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship, which is steadily compressing down on itself from sheer weight onto its granite seabed perch off the Tuscan island of Giglio. Salvage master Nick Sloane said Monday that the Concordia has compressed some 3 meters (10 feet) since it came to rest on the rocks Jan. 13, 2012 after ramming a jagged reef during a stunt ordered by the captain that cost the lives of 32 people.
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro and New Haven Mayor Toni Harp get a tour of 100 College St.
A north platform is in the works for the near future at the Branford Train Station as well as a pedestrian walkway
The Board of Directors of the Elm City Market met with condo owners Monday evening, Sept. 29, 2014 to explain the s
A ribbon-cutting was held Monday for a new dispatch office in East Haven. Dispatchers moved into a new “state
Over a thousand walkers joined the Levy family in a stroll through the Yale University campus at the 2nd annual Dis
Police fired tear gas upon pro-democracy demonstrators near the Hong Kong government headquarters on Sunday