Mayo confirms June retirement
After leading New Haven Public Schools for 21 years, Superintendent Reginald Mayo announced Wednesday night that he will step down at the end of the school year.
City weighed in college admissions
Yale's Undergraduate Admissions Office faces the challenge of fighting stereotypes about New Haven among students applying to college.
NHPS break canceled due to blizzard
Last weekend’s blizzard has struck one final blow on the city of New Haven: the cancellation of February break in New Haven Public Schools.
SNOW DAY, TAKE TWO
With New Haven still recovering from the weekend blizzard’s wrath, classes have been canceled for a second day in a row.
35 YEARS LATER, SNOW DAY
Yale students are enjoying a historic snow day — the first since 1978 — in the wake of New Haven’s most powerful snowstorm in a hundred years.
Restaurants energize Chapel Street
With this year’s openings of Shake Shack and Chipotle, New Haven’s historic Chapel Street is in the midst of a restaurant revitalization.
City youth face uphill battle
On Jan. 18, DataHaven released the results of the largest community well-being survey of its kind for New Haven and its surrounding suburbS.
Board of Ed makeup hangs in balance
The announcement that Mayor John DeStefano Jr. will not seek an 11th term in office comes amidst the possibility of change in the Board of Education.