Candidates outline public safety approaches
Though the city’s overall crime rates have declined, the recent spate of violence highlights public safety as one of the most pressing issues the new mayor will have to face.
City sees 17th homicide
Just two days after New Haven saw its 16th homicide of the year, a 21-year old Elm City resident was gunned down at the city’s Westville Manor Public Housing complex on Monday evening.
East Rock sees spate of robberies
A recent string of robberies in New Haven’s East Rock neighborhood has been connected to a crude weapons-manufacturing operation based out of a nearby residence.
Six shot at nightclub
At 3:31 a.m. on Saturday, shots were fired inside the Key Club Cabaret on 85 Saint John St. New Haven Police Department officers found six gunshot victims.
Man shot near Stop & Shop
On a Sunday walk, 24-year-old New Haven resident J.R. Glasper passed Augusta Lewis Troup School to find that a late-night shooting had left bullet holes in the windows.
Police investigate Kudeta
After a raucous birthday party at Kudeta, the New Haven Police Department opened an investigation into whether the restaurant complied with city regulations of underage parties.
Despite crowds, campus stays safe
A large wave of campus visitors and a number of unlocked buildings caused the Yale and New Haven Police Departments to step up security efforts during the weekend’s inaugural events.
Sandy Hook to be rebuilt with CT funds
Residents of Newtown voted to accept $50 million in state government funds for the demolition and eventual reconstruction of Sandy Hook Elementary School.