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.
A Yale-relevant Ward?
When the polls open on March 17 in the special election for Ward 7’s next alder, part of the ward’s population will be out of town: Yale students.
City demands PILOT funds
The Board of Alders approved a resolution calling on the state to fully fund Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT), a program that reimburses municipalities for lost revenue from nontaxable properties.
State senate race nears
Holder-Winfield raised a total of $17,532, according to documents filed with the State Elections Enforcement Committee.
Harp, Harries ease tensions
What seemed like a direct threat to one official’s continued employment now appears to have dissipated.
See’s life celebrated
A service in Battell Chapel Saturday memorialized the life of English professor Samuel See, as a scholar, a teacher and a deeply understanding and devoted friend.