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Officials outline plans to reconfigure Route 34

Officials outline plans to reconfigure Route 34

Over the next decade the “highway to nowhere” will vanish and be replaced by new stores, offices, and homes.

In the 1950s city officials believed that New Haven needed a highway link to the towns of the Lower Naugatuck Valley. The Oak Street Connector, a freeway extending from I-95 northwest, and also known...

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A new ARRA for science as stimulus package boosts NIH grants around the country

In his inaugural address in January, President Barack Obama pledged to “restore science to its rightful place” and “not only to create jobs, but to lay a new foundation for growth.” These goals are...

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Roundup

Yale, city address chronic disease

New Haven is the first U.S. city to participate in Community Interventions for Health (CIH), an international project...

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Emergency medicine a department

The Yale Corporation granted departmental status in June to the Section of Emergency Medicine, which had been part of...

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