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Candidates vying to be the city’s next mayor and probate court judge successfully petitioned their way onto the upcoming Sept. 12 Democratic Party primary ballot.
People gathered on the lower Green in solidarity for the victims of hate in Charlottesville, Va. and let it be known that New Haven won’t be a recruiting ground for anyone looking to divide this community.
Just off Grand Avenue, an African woman carries a bundled baby on her back, a purple cloth pressing up into her hair. A half-pigeon, half-dove with pink and blue-green wings flies above. Just a few feet to the left, an activist steps forward, bangled, purple fist slicing the air triumphantly. The Quinnipiac River bridge beckons behind her...…Continue
Today is the last day of school, the last day of school breakfast and lunch for many children in our community. Summer Meals are free, nutritious, meals and snacks that are provided to kids and teens,18 years of age and younger, throughout the summer when school is out. Find and Share Information about Summer Meal Programs Here: http://www.endhungerct.org/summer-meals/
Let's not let any child go hungry in our community for…Continue
If you are able bodied and willing to help the person building the stage and dance floor for Riverfest, we can really use your help/ No carpentry experience necessary, just a willingness and ability to lift plywood sheets and lumber. We will work around your schedule, just really need the help. If you know anyone who might be interested please forward this message. Call or text Richard at (760)613-5347.