Snow freezes budgets
The Connecticut Department of Transportation and towns across the state have already exhausted the funds designated for snow removal.
Harp pushes expanded bus service, flights
One of the most salient policy shifts proposed during Mayor Toni Harp’s annual State of the City address last Monday night was a renewed focus on the city’s transportation services.
NHPD investigates slur
The City of New Haven and the New Haven Police Department have been taking punitive measures after a racial slur was said on police radio.
Chabad grows on campus
Chabad is far more than a Friday night dinner spot with free food and alcohol.
City plows through storm
As snow blanketed the Elm City Tuesday night, both Yale and New Haven prepared themselves.
Price increases, expiring tax subsidies hit rail commuters
Rail commuters in Connecticut have again seen commuting costs rise this year due to fare increases and decreased tax subsidies that went into effect on Jan. 1. The Connecticut Department of Transportation implemented a 5 percent price hike on all ticket prices for the Metro-North and the Shoreline East lines on Jan. 1, an increase »
Harp names transition team
Exactly one week after she was elected as New Haven’s 50th mayor, Toni Harp ARC ’78 unveiled the team of people who will help ready her for the job.
Yale acquires LGBTQ archives
A leading gay rights organization has chosen Yale as the new home for its historical documents. The Family Equality Council, an advocacy group for LGBTQ parents and their children, announced earlier this month that it will donate its collection of archival materials to Yale University Library’s Manuscripts & Archives Department. Composed of documents ranging from »
Aldermen to decide future of Schubert
The Board of Aldermen’s Finance Committee voted seven to three to allow the full Board of Aldermen to decide the future of one of the Schubert Theatre.