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Do you want your news in a nutshell? If so, Elm City Express is the source for you. We are a service of the New Haven Register, but we will provide a slightly different daily dose of New Haven happenings, all wrapped up in the same place. We love to hear from the community and will post your news for you, often in your words! Remember: Local news is our story. Contact us at: hbennettharvey@nhregister.com. We would love to hear from you.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Let's get engaged. Here's how.

If you are a follower of this blog, you know that you and others in the community can send your news and we will share it. Most of the time it's shared in your voice, your way. (and photos and images too)
Most of the time it gets tweeted or Facebooked or Google + too. That's a lot of love for community news and you can continue to send it our way.
But did you know there are other ways to share your voice too?
Our New Haven Register Community Engagement team stands ready to listen - and also to share. The team, Angela Carter and Ed Stannard, have a lot they are doing to bring the community into the Register's news coverage and listening to what the community wants. Right now the team is seeking your input on: Who are your favorite black novelists, poets and authors?
Matt DeRienzo, group editor of Journal Register Co. publications in Connecticut, including the New Haven Register, also likes to hear from you. He blogs about news, what his team is doing, what's new in the world of media, and recently even about love.
In his political blog, Jordan Fenster also loves to hear from you. Right now he and we want to know what you think about the death penalty in Connecticut. Leave him a message. (your thoughts, your voice, literally)
Further, Investigations Editor Michelle Tuccitto Sullo is giving a voice to those in Connecticut who can't speak for themselves: the missing.
These, of course, are not the only ways we share space with the community (we love the Valley and Milford and the rest of the communities too) and we would like to hear from you.
(Photo by Melanie Stengel)

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