Budget draws sharp criticism
In response to Harp's budget proposal, nearly 70 city residents appeared at a public hearing to send a unanimous message: do not raise our taxes.
Obama: wage bump “common sense”
Barack Obama told 3,000 audience members at Central Connecticut State University that “it is time to give America a raise.”
Harp pitches budget
Mayor Toni Harp pitched a $510.8 million budget on Friday, asking taxpayers to chip in an additional 3.8 percent for a spending plan.
Looney eyes top Senate spot
Martin Looney, an unassuming but powerful lawmaker and influential New Haven politico, is in line for the top leadership role in the Connecticut State Senate.
Harp discusses tax increases
Mayor Toni Harp warned on Friday that Elm City residents might have to pay more property taxes in the fiscal year beginning July 1.
Final days for State Senate race
Democrats in New Haven and West Haven are working overtime reminding voters of a simple fact: There’s an election in eight days.
Elicker to head Land Trust
Former mayoral candidate and Ward 10 Alder Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 was named the part-time executive director of the New Haven Land Trust.
City staff additions queried
The Board of Alders’ finance committee requested the creation of more City Hall jobs and an entirely new office.
Republicans clamor to unseat Malloy
Six declared Republican candidates for governor of Connecticut are gearing up to turn the governor’s office red by overcoming a Democratic opponent they assume will be incumbent Gov. Dannel Malloy.