Latest New Haven, Connecticut Stories
By Jim Shelton, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 31--Joel Vetsch of New Haven knew he was a true YouTube auteur when the Germans and the Brits started clamoring for his short films. They love his 2-minute film about a home hovercraft, for example, and his homage to cigarette smoking in old movies.
By Ann DeMatteo By Ann DeMatteo Assistant Metro Editor School officials in Hamden and North Haven are continuing their quest to root out students whose parents don't pay taxes to the town. In Hamden, parents or guardians have until Aug.
By Mheegan Rollins NEW HAVEN -- Two area residents were among four Southern Connecticut State University students chosen as this year's recipients of the Henry Barnard Foundation Distinguished Student Award.
By Mheegan Rollins WEST HAVEN -- The University of New Haven is offering a range of unique summer camp activities for local youths. A--On tap for high school students is a camp sponsored by the Henry C.
By Elizabeth Benton By Elizabeth Benton Register Staff NEW HAVEN -- Najeia Mention knows she's headed to college. "It's not even a question," she said.
By Mheegan Rollins HAMDEN -- Quinnipiac University's chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy received the Network Building Award Special Recognition for Programming from the national American Constitution Society.
By Phyllis Swebilius WEST HAVEN -- The Department of Health has reintroduced a newsletter that presents health topics in an easy-to-use format.
By Elizabeth Benton, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 28--NEW HAVEN -- Najeia Mention knows she's headed to college. "It's not even a question," she said.
By Mark Zaretsky, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 26--EAST HAVEN -- Police working with federal agents arrested five men on drug charges after a seven-month investigation into alleged sales of cocaine at the Brick House Restaurant, 383 Main St., police said Friday.
By Abram Katz, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 25--The final three girders of the Smilow Cancer Hospital were hoisted into place Thursday afternoon, completing the skeleton of a 14-story structure that will house research and treatment, and is already one of the biggest get-well cards in the world.
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- In medicine, cauterization.