Ed Stannard, New Haven Register

Ed Stannard

New Haven Register

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Recent articles by Ed:

Police: New Haven man shot multiple times Thursday night

Investigators believe the victim, a 24-year-old man, was shot while exiting his car and walking to his residence. → Read More

Online & live events for the week of July 5, 2020, in Connecticut

Most CT arts and cultural events are still online due to COVID-19, but there are a few live ones available. Here's a list of both. → Read More

Test could predict which coronavirus patients could die of blood clots

Study: Levels of a protein created by the lining of blood vessels were higher in the sickest COVID-19 patients who were most likely to die of clots. → Read More

West Haven High holds drive-up graduation for class of 2020

Paying attention to proper social distancing and safety measures including masks and, in some cases, gloves, approximately 381 seniors finished out their high school careers Tuesday. → Read More

Lamont charges that Trump would rather protect Confederate monuments than the Statue of Liberty

In the wake of a racist encounter in Manchester, Lamont calls on CT to "stand up for decency." → Read More

18 New Haven police cadets sworn-in

The cadets will have 6 months of training and when sworn-in as police officers will continue with in-the-field training. → Read More

New Haven Italian-American group wants police protection for Columbus pedestal

The Italian American Heritage Group, which sought to prevent removal of the Columbus statue, says the base needs protection because it contains historic artifacts. → Read More

New Haven Symphony Orchestra cancels live concerts for remainder of year

The year the music died: Add New Haven Symphony Orchestra to list of arts organizations canceling live performances through the end of 2020. → Read More

Milford cops: 3 shoplifted $800 in goods from Boscov’s

All were charged with sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy. → Read More

Area people of note, July 1, 2020

* West Haven Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, back center, recognized Girl Scouts of the West Haven Service Unit at City Hall in March. During the half-hour ceremony, Rossi, a former Girl Scout and troop leader, answered questions for 25 minutes before reading a mayoral proclamation declaring Girl Scout Day in West Haven. The event was coordinated by Troop 60298 leader Carrie Malangone, Troop 60321 leader… → Read More

East Haven sets summer concert series, with coronavirus safety measures

Free concerts will be held on the Green on Sundays. Masks and social distancing are required. → Read More

Starbucks latest to say it will pause social media ads

Starbucks is the latest company to say it will pause social media ads after a campaign led by civil rights organizations called for an ad boycott of Facebook, saying it doesn't do enough to stop racist and violent content. Starbucks said Sunday that its actions were not part of the "#StopHateforProfit" campaign, but that it is pausing its social ads while talking with civil rights organizations… → Read More

Slavery in Connecticut, ended only in 1848, had a long history

Enslaved people, slave traders and abolitionists were all part of Connecticut history, with slavery flourishing as late as 1800. → Read More

Yale doctor: Dining out with friends is not safe in pandemic

Restaurants this week began indoor table service, after nearly a month of outdoor dining,... → Read More

Yale doctor warns dining with friends not safe yet in coronavirus pandemic

Dr. Thomas Balcezak, chief clinical officer for Yale New Haven Health, said a 6-foot distance is necessary even when dining at a restaurant outdoors. → Read More

Protest, dine out, exercise, but wear your mask, hospital officials say

Connecticut has seen a decline in COVID-19 patients, avoiding the spike seen in the Southwest, attributed to people following health guidelines. → Read More

New Haven pastor forms broad interfaith, civic coalition to fight racism

Gov. Ned Lamont and Mayor Justin Elicker are expected to join a protest march Sunday to the Green, where caskets will be laid out. → Read More

New Haven’s black clergy urge peaceful protest, praise police response

African-American clergy called on young people to become actively engaged in improving race relations and to vote. → Read More

Yale New Haven stops use of controversial drug Trump takes

Research studies on hydroxychloroquine have shown the drug has not been effective in treating COVID-19 and has serious side effects → Read More

New Haven black church leader says churches should stay closed

The Rev. Boise Kimber, president of the Greater New Haven Clergy Association, said there are not enough coronavirus testing sites in black neighborhoods. → Read More