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Hyclis Williams is on the move. It’s 7:30 on a Friday morning, and she’s already backed her gold minivan up to the loading dock at Chabaso Bakery in Fair Haven. She signs in just inside the back door, and a …

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Quick Study

What may at first seem backwards at Science Park’s Highville Charter School & Change Academy is really forward-thinking. …

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Beneath the Bridge

To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day this week, Daily Nutmeg is publishing a four-part series examining New Haven’s impact on World War II—and vice versa.

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War Zone

To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day this week, Daily Nutmeg is publishing a four-part series examining New Haven’s impact on World War II—and vice versa.

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Precious Stones

Will and Lisa Cornell in Grove Street Cemetery

The face of George E. Sherman’s gravestone lies in the grass in one large piece and several smaller ones. …

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Waterworking

From its source somewhere in the hills of Bethany, the West River runs through several reservoirs before arriving in the city of New Haven…

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Room and Aboard

With the advent of spring, life on the Quinnipiac River has improved in some ways. …

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Progressive Tense

Imagine moving to a country with a language and a culture completely foreign to you. Imagine you’re there not because you’re looking for an adventure but because…

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Iron Age

Urns outside New Haven Museum

Like a mountain piled with strata, a city as old as New Haven is layered with the remains of its past. Sometimes a layer lies in plain view but goes unnoticed by nearly everyone who passes by. …

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Extended Family

On the phone from Changsha, China, David Youtz, president of the Yale-China Association, describes the city: skyscrapers 60 to 70 stories high, traffic congestion, Western goods…

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