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City of New Haven Unveils William Lanson Statue
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today the City of New Haven, artist Dana King, Al Marder and the Amistad Committee, State and local elected officials formally unveiled the statue of William Lanson. William Lanson was an historical figure, an 18th century runaway slave, who was a major property owner in New Haven, provided opportunity for many other people of color in the community, and a master engineer who worked on an array of monumental infrastructure projects that shaped the City into what it is today. The event was live streamed on the City’s…Continue
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Mayor Elicker and Lt. Governor Bysiewicz to Promote the Second Week of Restaurant Week and Officially Open Three New Restaurants in New Haven
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 23, at 12:30 PM, New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker, Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, and New Haven Economic Development Administrator Michael Piscitelli will host a ribbon-cutting for three new restaurants on Court and Orange Streets and promote the continuation of New Haven’s Restaurant Week.
The masked, socially-distant event will begin with brief remarks and ribbon-cutting in front of Crafted by Hand Café at 167 Orange Street, followed by a walk to 129 Court Street for brief…Continue
New Haven Police Investigate Westville Incidents
New Haven| New Haven Police are investigating a burglary and a shooting which occurred over the past weekend in the Westville neighborhood.
The first investigation began around 3:12 a.m. on Saturday, September 19, 2020, when officers responded to a residential security alarm on Birch Drive between Ray Road and Hemlock Road. Arriving officers met with the homeowners and were told one or more burglars had entered their home as they slept. The suspects stole several items from inside the house and were in the process of stealing a car from the driveway when the homeowners looked outside and realized what was happening.
Two men were stealing the victims’ parked white…Continue
Mayor Elicker and New Haven Free Public Library to Make “Fine Free” Announcement
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Tomorrow morning New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker, members of the Board of Alders, City Librarian John Jessen, Library Board President Shana Schneider, Library Foundation President Michael Morand, and fellow Board Members and Library Staff will host a press conference on the steps of the Ives Library announcing NHFPL has gone fine free. Many municipalities across the country have implemented fine free protocols, with the Elm City being the latest to implement such a policy.
Under the new…Continue
NEW HAVEN BLACK LIVES MATTER STREET MURAL
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The City of New Haven Department of Arts and Cultural Affairs, in collaboration with Black Lives Matter New Haven, community organizers, and local artist Kwadwo Adae welcomed a series of mural projects being implemented in solidarity and support of the Black Lives Matter movement in the City of New Haven. The mural painting and the all-day event occurred Saturday, September 19, from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Bassett Street between Dixwell Avenue and Watson Street.
Willam Lanson....The first rich black man in New Haven. He built the long wharf dock, the New Haven portion of the Farmington canal and was a founding member of the Dixwell Congregational church....Including he was the owner of a hotel he built for slaves (former) in Wooster Square...
The event will be held on Saturday 9/26/2020, at 10am to 11:30am 55 lock street
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NEW HAVEN BLACK LIVES MATTER STREET MURAL
The City of New Haven Department of Arts and Cultural Affairs welcomes the first of a series of Black Lives Matter street murals to the City, Mayor Elicker to Attend
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The City of New Haven Department of Arts and Cultural Affairs, in collaboration with Black Lives Matter New Haven, community organizers, and local artist Kwadwo Adae welcome a series of mural projects being executing in solidarity and support of the Black Lives Matter movement in the City of New Haven.
The mural painting and the all-day event will occur Saturday,…Continue