Shuttle will cut services short

As of 12:15 a.m. Wednesday the Yale Shuttles are still running, but they likely will not be for long. “It is almost certain that we will NOT run through the night and WILL curtail services early. Please do your best to get home as early as possible,” Ed Bebyn, manager of Yale Parking and Transit, […]

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City preps for snow

Because of the snowstorm on its way to New Haven, the city has announced an on-street parking ban on streets around Yale. From 11:00 pm Wednesday until 6:00 a.m. Thursday and from 11:00 p.m. Thursday until 6:00 a.m. Friday no parking is allowed on all downtown streets (streets with in the area bounded by Howe […]

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More snow on its way

Yalies heading back to campus after break might run into trouble from another winter storm. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for New Haven for Friday, predicting 2 to 5 inches of snow with isolated areas receiving upwards of 6 inches. Accuweather is predicting 6.3 inches of snow for New Haven […]

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Snow heads to the Have

New Haven did not have a white Christmas but it is looking like it will have a white December 26. The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning starting 6 a.m. Sunday until 6 p.m. Monday. In what will be the first major snowfall of the season, 11 to 16 inches of snow are […]

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Snow predicted for Sunday

Yalies heading home for break on Sunday, the day dorms close for the semester, might have one more hurdle to clear: snow. Accuweather is predicting that four inches of snow will fall in New Haven Sunday. Hartford and New York, the cities many Yalies fly out of, are expected to get less snow, with 1.6 […]

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Wind predicted for The Game

The National Weather Service is predicting sunny skies and a seasonable high temperature of 53-degrees at The Game in Cambridge, Mass. this Saturday. The temperature will be in the upper 40s at the morning tailgates, rising to about 51 by kickoff at noon. It might be very windy, however. Accuweather says 20mph winds (with gusts […]

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Sunny with a chance of The Game

Many current juniors and seniors remember not being able to feel their appendages at The Game two years ago in Cambridge. It was not that they drank too much (Havard’s ban on kegs helped to prevent that), but rather it was due to the bone-chilling weather. Last time The Game was at Harvard, it was […]

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Sex offenses up in 2008

The 2008 Campus Safety Report released Monday paints a mixed picture of crime on campus. Although burglaries and thefts on campus decreased by more than half in 2008 from the previous two years, the number of forcible sexual assaults in residence halls — including rapes — nearly tripled from 2007 to 2008. And the number […]

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Redemption for the NHPD?

In the spring of 2007, the New Haven Police Department suffered a grave blow to its reputation. Two of its officers were arrested, including the head of the department’s narcotics unit, Lt. William “Billy” White. Two more would later be implicated in a corruption sting that exposed those officers as dishonest and undeserving of the […]

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Police charge nine women in prostitution sting

The New Haven Police Department arrested and charged nine women in a prostitution sting Friday. NHPD spokesman Joe Avery said the department organized the sting after receiving complaints from citizens in the area. The stings are a hallmark of NHPD Chief James Lewis’ strategy to target quality-of-life crimes in an effort to reduce more serious […]

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Yale’s blue phones come alive — again

For the second time in as many weeks, the newly installed speakers on top of Yale’s blue phones started broadcasting a test alert message in some parts of campus this afternoon. The University’s director of emergency management services, Maria Bouffard, said the tests are part of the process to finalize the speakers’ installation and will […]

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NHPD, unions reach accord

After working for over a year without a contract, New Haven Police Department officers have reached a tentative agreement with the city. Announced Thursday afternoon, the tentative agreement between the city and unionized NHPD officers represented by Local 530 includes changes in wages and benefits. The agreement will allow the NHPD to make progress in […]

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