Arrest warrant issued for Stratton

Police have issued an arrest warrant for Mike Stratton, trial lawyer and former alder for Prospect Hill and parts of Newhallville related to a domestic dispute at his apartment on Crown Street on June 13.

City

Amid probe, Stratton weighs mayoral bid

A day after embattled former Ward 19 alder Mike Stratton resigned from public office, he revealed he is weighing a bid for mayor in 2015.

City

Ward 19 alder resigns

Mike Stratton, a first-term alder for Prospect Hills and Newhallville, resigned from his seat on the Board of Alders on Monday.

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Harp announces gun buyback events

This summer gun owners in New Haven can exchange their weapons for gift cards.

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New Haven lawyer to receive District Court nomination

President Barack Obama intends to nominate New Haven's top lawyer, Victor Bolden, to a seat on the U.S. District Court in Connecticut, according to a White House release.

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$508 million budget passed

The New Haven Board of Alders voted to approve a $508 million spending plan with a 1.8 percent hike in property taxes.

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Jovin murder case resurfaces with Class of 1999 reunion

As Jovin's classmates congregate on campus, investigators in charge of the cold case are urging members of the class to think back to where were they on that unusually warm December evening.

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University confers 3,132 degrees at 313th Commencement

In his first Commencement as University president, Salovey conferred a total of 3,132 degrees.

University

Yale awards honorary degrees

A handful of guests entered the Yale Center for British Art on Sunday evening to attend the University’s annual dinner celebrating the recipients of honorary degrees, unveiled each year at Commencement.

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Proposed tax hike halved

Alders backed amendments to minimize Mayor Toni Harp’s proposed tax hike by flat-funding education and tweaking personnel costs, among other changes.

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School funding still sticking point of budget

In the latest standoff between a New Haven alder and the leadership of the school district, New Haven Public Schools Superintendent Garth Harries '95 asserted that cutting $40 million from the city’s education budget would force the district to cut 200 teaching positions.

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No PILOT reform in 2014

The 2014 legislative session concluded Wednesday night in Hartford without reform to Connecticut's Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) program, which reimburses towns and cities for nontaxable property.

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