Ernest Bishop

Ernest Bishop April 13, 2018

EAST HAVEN, CT — Do you sometimes feel no one is tooting a horn for your community? Do you wish you had a platform to sing the praises of people and events that make your community special? If you love your community, sign up to become a Patch Mayor. Here are 3 reasons why you […]

Ernest Bishop April 3, 2018

Tenants of the Church Street South apartments in New Haven have filed a lawsuit seeking class-action over deplorable living conditions. Tenants and former residents of a a low-income housing complex in New Haven filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against one of Connecticut’s largest landlords, alleging deplorable living conditions. The complaint, which seeks class-action status, was […]

Ernest Bishop March 24, 2018

Rep. Robyn Porter, D-New Haven Progressive Democrats in the General Assembly pushed back Friday against the state’s new fiscal stability panel, charging its recommendations shortchange key priorities, like poor cities, education and social services. Meanwhile, the leaders of the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth conceded they were limited by severe time constraints. But […]

Ernest Bishop March 14, 2018

Former tenants were allowed to grab their belongings from the Norton Towers in New Haven after the building was deemed too dangerous. (WFSB) NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) – Wednesday was moving day in New Haven for people who lived in an apartment building. Last week, the city ordered an emergency evacuation of Norton Towers after […]

Ernest Bishop March 6, 2018

The clean up continues after the Friday nor’easter that ripped through Connecticut, dumping inches of rain and snow, blowing down trees and knocking out power to more than 40,000 homes and businesses across the state. As night fell Saturday, more than 25,000 outages remained. Earlier in the day, 6,122 Eversource customers in Greenwich were without […]

Ernest Bishop February 22, 2018

AVON, CT (WFSB) – When it comes to affordable housing, Connecticut isn’t doing very well. A majority of cities and towns have hardly any housing that may be considered reasonably priced. the governor and the Department of Housing are trying to push them to do a better job. The push for this comes from the […]

Ernest Bishop February 12, 2018

More Related Stories Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the fourth largest residential real estate brokerage company in the United States, today announced that Scott Elwell has been named senior executive regional manager, leading the company’s six offices in its Westchester and Connecticut regions. He is assuming this new leadership position as the firm continues its expansion […]

Ernest Bishop February 2, 2018

HAMDEN, CT — Companions & Homemakers, which has provided in-home care services for the elderly for more than 25 years, has opened a new location at 2518 Whitney Avenue in Hamden. The relocation of the New Haven office puts Companion & Homemakers in a more convenient location for clients and their families living in the […]

Ernest Bishop January 23, 2018

WILLIMANTIC, CT (01/22/2018) Sustainable CT, a new statewide initiative to support Connecticut’s cities and towns, will be holding two regional launch events in eastern Connecticut this coming week. The first event will be held on Jan. 24 from 6:30-8 p.m. in New London at Connecticut College, in the 1941 Room, College Center at Crozier-Williams, 270 […]

Ernest Bishop December 24, 2017

If you plan on buying in the New Haven CT real estate market, you need a plan. You have to be able to find a good place for a good price. That can only be done if you do a little bit of research first. There are a lot of homes for sale and you […]