State commission meets following Sandy Hook
Six weeks after a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission met Thursday for the first time.
Municipal leaders propose gun laws
On Jan. 16, one day before President Barack Obama announced a series of federal proposals intended to curb gun violence, the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities introduced its own ideas.
City seeks neighborhood grant
After newly sworn-in Sen. Chris Murphy toured a chronically violent New Haven public housing development last week, the city’s efforts to revitalize the neighborhood have gained renewed attention.
City fights budget woes
The New Haven Board of Aldermen Finance Committee met Thursday evening to discuss the city’s financial troubles.
In bias case, cops drop injunction
Ten New Haven cops claiming they were unlawfully passed over for promotions are no longer seeking an injunction on the city’s plans for current police promotions.
Charges dismissed for gun owner
New Haven Superior Court judge Maureen Keegan dismissed all charges against after New Haven attorney Sung-Ho Hwang on Monday.