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Mayor Nan Whaley
101 W. 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Dear Mayor Whaley,
I write with heartfelt condolences after the violent, arbitrary trauma inflicted on your city this past weekend. Please accept my sincere wishes for a slow, steady return to a calm, peaceful balance; please remember the passage of time can heal the most egregious wounds and restore even the most crushing soul-sickness.
As the mayor of a vibrant urban center myself, and as a former president of the African-American Mayors Association, I know first-hand the horror of gun violence and its toll on American cities. I was also a state Senator in 2012 when 27 innocent lives were taken in Connecticut at the Sandy Hook…Continue
New Haven | The New Haven Police Department (NHPD) has been working with other city departments and event organizers in planning for the August 10, 2019, New Haven Puerto Rican Festival. NHPD has learned of a recent social media comment which has created concerns about this weekend’s event.
Police Chief Otoniel Reyes said, “I am aware of the comment that was posted on social media referencing the Puerto Rican Festival on Saturday and have launched a full investigation. We are working closely with our Federal, State and local partners, as we do for all major events, and have not identified any threat to the event. I encourage everyone to come out with their families to enjoy Saturday’s festivities on the New Haven Green. The NHPD looks forward to…
CITY TO HOST INTERFAITH SERVICE DAY THURSDAY: CHRISTIANS, JEWS, MUSLIMS TO GATHER ON GREEN AFTER COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS
MAYOR HARP TO GREET TEENS, PROMOTE PEACE
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp will be among those greeting visiting teenagers participating in Thursday’s Interfaith Service Day in the city. Jewish, Muslim, and Christian young people from Israel, Palestine, and the U.S. will be together to celebrate mutual respect, tolerance, and a willingness to work together to the benefit of the New Haven community.
Mayor Harp will visit with these young people on the New Haven Green, across Elm Street from the Ives Main Branch of the…Continue
THE City of New Haven,Ct and MICROSOFT,ZAMMO.AI TO HOST 5THANNUAL DIGI-CAMP FOR STUDENTS, THIS YEAR FEATURING ‘AI’ WITH VOICE RECOGNITION
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp today announced the city’s 5th annual digi-camp for young people, scheduled from Tuesday, August 13 through Thursday, August 15. The City of New Haven hosts the event; Microsoft and Zammo.ai are co-sponsors of the three-day coding and computer technology intensive, to be held inside the city’s Hall of Records at 200 Orange Street.…Continue
Gunfire Investigation & Arrest On Tuesday, August 6, 2019, at about 9:18 p.m., New Haven Police responded to a ShotSpotter activation in the area of Huntington Street and Shepard Street in the Newhallville neighborhood. Arriving officers and detectives found evidence of gunfire and developed information about a suspect vehicle. A short time later, NHPD patrol officers spotted the suspect vehicle being operated in a parking lot of a Quinnipiac Avenue apartment complex. Officers were able to stop the vehicle. When officers conducted a felony traffic stop and ordered the vehicle operator to step out of the vehicle, Mark Washington exited the vehicle with a handgun in his hand. As a small crowd of onlookers from the apartment complex gathered to watch, Washington handed the firearm to his family member Jerraya Prince who officers believe attempted to conceal the weapon. Officers were able to safely detain Washington and Prince. Officers seized the handgun…Continue
MAYOR HARP TO PRESIDE AT GRAND OPENING OF HOPE FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER MONDAY AT 1:00
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp will preside Monday afternoon at the grand opening of the HOPE Family Justice Center, a one-stop, comprehensive clearinghouse for those affected by domestic violence.
A ceremonial ribbon-cutting is planned at 142 Temple Street in New Haven; the program is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m.
Efforts by Mayor Harp, New Haven police officials, non-profit providers, and other partners to address domestic violence in the…Continue
MAYOR HARP, CITY OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE NEW DATE, LOCATION FOR PLANNED CB3B CONCERT
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp announced today new arrangements for the CB3B concert originally planned for August 3. Mayor Harp said officials from a half-dozen city departments have new details for the event now set to take place at 6:00 p.m. on August 15 at the Floyd Little Athletic Center.
The performers scheduled to entertain that evening remain the same: the event will honor New Haven’s own Troy Taylor and feature musical guests PnB Rock, Sammie, Avery Wilson, and some local New Haven talent as well.
This event is a free, ticketed, general admission event with limited seating. Free tickets for this event can be obtained via Eventbrite at the following link:…Continue
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Detectives with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Homicide Unit are conducting a homicide investigation in the 7100 block of Barrington Drive in the North Tryon Division. The call for service came in at 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 25, 2019.
North Tryon Division Officers responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call for service. Upon arrival, officers located a male with a gunshot wound in the parking lot of an apartment complex. The victim was transported to Atrium Health Carolina’s Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased by hospital staff. An additional male victim later showed up at Atrium Health University City with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. The deceased victim’s identity will be released pending family notification. At this time, the relationship between the…Continue