Crash sends bus, cruiser onto Green
A New Haven Police Department cruiser collided with a Connecticut Transit bus on the corner of Elm and Temple Streets on Monday morning.
DeStefano assists transition
New Haven Mayor-elect Toni Harp ARC ’78 has her work cut out for her — but she will not have to start from scratch.
Politicians eye Harp’s senate seat
When Toni Harp ARC ’78 is sworn in as New Haven’s 50th mayor on Jan. 1, 2014, she will leave vacant the Connecticut state senate seat she has held since 1993.
Eidelson re-elected in Ward 1
Incumbent Ward 1 Alderwoman Sarah Eidelson ’12 overcame Republican challenger Paul Chandler ’14 on Tuesday evening to secure a second term on the Board of Aldermen.
HARP ELECTED MAYOR
Toni Harp ARC ’78 will be New Haven’s next mayor — and the first female chief executive in the city’s history.
Long-awaited election arrives
When the polls close at 8 p.m., city residents will have elected a new mayor and seven lawmakers facing contested general elections for the New Haven Board of Aldermen.
Eidelson holds moderate polling lead
Democratic Incumbent Sarah Eidelson ’12 holds a nine-percentage-point lead over her Republican opponent, Paul Chandler ’14, according to a News poll conducted this week.
Harp pledges to break glass ceiling
Toni Harp ARC ’78 told her supporters she plans to shatter the glass ceiling that has kept women from traditionally male-dominated jobs — including the Elm City’s top post.