Twenty-nine Elm City teachers may be fired

Twenty-nine teachers in New Haven Public Schools will soon find out if their jobs are safe. Based on the district’s new teacher evaluation system, teachers that fail to score above “developing” for a third year in a row are in jeopardy. The system places teachers into five categories, ranging from “needs improvement” to “exemplary.” This […]

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Shubert to see new owner

The Board of Aldermen received a proposal Monday to transfer the historic Shubert Theater from city ownership to a new, not-for-profit management body.

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Businesses prep for Bulldog Days

As prospective students and their families flock to New Haven for Bulldog Days, businesses in New Haven are preparing for an influx of visitors.

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Tragedy mars Boston Marathon

Authorities scrambled to respond to security threats after two bombs detonated Monday afternoon near the finish line of the Boston Marathon

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College Summit prepares for next admissions cycle

With College Summit gearing up to begin this summer, the program will use Yale space, but not Yale students, to promote a college-going culture in New Haven.

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City rallies behind immigration

Cries for change echoed from Beinecke Plaza to the New Haven Green Tuesday as hundreds rallied across New Haven for comprehensive immigration reform.

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Deadlines pass for city youth programs

With applications due last week, Elm City students are turning to two city youth programs, Youth@Work and New Haven Promise, that saw moderate growth over the last year.

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Amidst high unemployment, city rolls out jobs pipeline

A new city initiative that will be fully operational this spring promises to help New Haven residents find jobs at businesses across the Elm City and inside Yale’s Ivy walls.

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Richter’s bar set to reopen

After Richter’s Cafe closed its Chapel Street location in 2011, the site is slated to reopen in approximately two weeks as Ordinary.

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Shovels hit ground on Downtown Crossing

New Haven broke ground on Phase 1 of the Downtown Crossing project last Friday, marking the beginning of the city’s attempts to reunify its urban communities.

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In snow day debate, April break stays

After heated debate over how to make up eight excess days of canceled classes, New Haven Public Schools has finalized its revised academic calendar.

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Eidelson pushes youth agenda

Ward 1 Alderman Sarah Eidelson ’12 continued her advocacy for policies to improve the health and welfare of Elm City children last night at a New Haven Youth Services Committee meeting.

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