16 years later, police look for new clues in Jovin murder
The Jovin investigation team has scheduled a community meeting at Wilbur Cross High School for Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. The event is intended to allow members of the public to come forward with any information they may have regarding Jovin’s murder, which remains a cold case.
City looks to be smoke-free
Mayor Toni Harp gathered with city officials and community leaders yesterday evening to launch New Haven Smokeout — her plan to eliminate smoking from the city by the end of this fiscal year next June.
New city task force looks to improve image
In the time since its inception this summer, a city task force dedicated to revamping New Haven’s image has concentrated its efforts on improving parking access and street safety.
City residents urge immigration reform
After the excitement of the elections subsided, New Haven residents called on Senator Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 to urge federal government leaders to pass immigration reform at a City Hall protest last Thursday.
Democrats make final push for Malloy
In a final effort to pull votes for Gov. Dannel Malloy, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro rode through New Haven streets yesterday, proclaiming support for Malloy through a loudspeaker.
Hours extended for absentee voters
In an effort to elevate voter participation late in the game, the City Clerk’s Office opened its doors to New Haven residents this past Saturday to allow voters to cast absentee ballots.
New Haven “critical” to Malloy victory, Dems say
With the most recent polls showing a dead heat in Connecticut's race for governor, incumbent Gov. Dannel Malloy is banking on a strong turnout in the Elm City to carry him through next Tuesday’s election.