Before the outbreak of COVID-19 in March, the members of the West Haven High School Class of 2020 posed as a group on the steps of Ken Strong Stadium. The class cannot have a traditional graduation ceremony due to state regulations, but city and school officials are going to give them a chance to get their diplomas in a drive-through ceremony, scheduled June 29 and 30. On the night of the scheduled graduation, June 12, an online ceremony will take place.
Beach Street rehab gets $5.2 million
From left, state Rep. Dorinda Borer, D-West Haven, and Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, joined by City Engineer Abdul Quadir, announce $5.2 million in state funding for the raising of Beach Street during a news conference at the Sandy Point Beach & Bird Sanctuary on May 26.
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Sun 'n shine
City beaches were opened May 22 for Memorial Day weekend, following clearance from state and city officials. Thousands across the state took the opportunity to enjoy the first warm weather of the spring along the shore. Voice columnist, Dan Shine caught this view, looking toward Lake Street.