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  • Newsletter: DataHaven Launches New Projects on Health & Gender Equity with Support of Statewide Partners

    Our semi-annual newsletter is out! Click here to be added to the email distribution list. Grant Received from CT Health Foundation

    Nov. 3, 2018

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Health

  • Oct. 28, 2018

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Economy, Health

  • A Closer Look: The Berkshire Taconic Region Today - 2017 Report

    2017 Community Assessment report from Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation. From http://www.berkshiretaconic.org: "A Closer Look is a broad overview of the four-county area that Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation has served since its founding in 1987. The data and information presented here were gathered from research and conversations with residents in Berkshire County, Mass., northwest Litchfield County, Conn., and Columbia and northeast Dutchess counties in New York.

    Oct. 23, 2018

    Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • Is Immigration Good for the U.S. Economy?

    An article and New England-wide public radio story, produced by New England News Collaborative, featuring many charts and maps from DataHaven. View the full story and listen to interviews at https://nenc.news/is-immigration-good-for-the-us-economy/. Excerpt:

    Jul. 2, 2018

    Demographics, Economy

  • New Haven–Hartford rail line opens for business

    [Excerpt] "The much-anticipated CTrail Hartford Line opened its regular service this week, giving residents an alternative route through central Connecticut and beyond. Stations along the Hartford line are in Springfield, Massachusetts, Windsor Locks, Windsor, Hartford, Berlin, Meriden, Wallingford and New Haven.

    Jun. 22, 2018

    Economy

  • Yale study: Surprising factors play role in wellness

    [Excerpt from The Hour, article by Amanda Cuda, Wednesday, May 23] It’s common knowledge that where people lives affects their health. The idea that economic status, education level and access to health care all factor into people’s well-being is now accepted as more or less fact by most. But a new study led by researchers from Yale University shows that other aspects of where people live could have a bearing on their health — things that might not have been previously associated with wellness, such as racial diversity.

    May. 24, 2018

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Economy, Education, Health

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