New Haven graduation rates jump

January 23, 2013
On Tuesday, New Haven Public Schools announced one of its most tangible signs of improvement since its School Change initiative began about three years ago.
Roughly 50 people gathered Monday afternoon to call for comprehensive immigration reform during President Barack Obama’s second term.

Activists seek immigration reform

January 22, 2013
“Dreamers” gathered in front of New Haven’s federal courthouse yesterday to rally for comprehensive immigration reform.

Influenza hits the Elm City

January 16, 2013
An uncharacteristically high number of Connecticut residents are suffering from the virus.

Immigrants gain path to driver’s licenses

January 14, 2013
State leaders announced their plan to introduce a bill this session allowing all undocumented workers in the state to acquire driver’s licenses.
Local restaurants are preparing for a busy weekend due to late-night study breaks for finals.

Businesses prep for holidays

December 7, 2012
As Yale students gear up for their finals and the holiday season, campus area businesses are preparing to capitalize on students’ end-of-semester habits.
The Long Wharf Theatre’s renovations, which include a lighting grid for the main stage, cost $3.8 million.

Long Wharf Theatre renovations complete

December 6, 2012
New Haven’s historic Long Wharf Theatre unveiled its most recent renovations Wednesday night at the public premiere of “The Killing of Sister George.”

City schools win AP recognition

December 4, 2012
New Haven Public Schools were honored nationally for student achievement on Advanced Placement exams for the first time last week.

Medical pot alliance formed

November 30, 2012
Since the legalization of medical marijuana in Connecticut this spring, businessmen have been working to develop the drug’s industry from scratch.
The Catholic organization Knights of Columbus is facing pressure to stop spending money to oppose same-sex marriage.

Knights of Columbus challenged on marriage

November 29, 2012
New Haven is at the center of a religiously charged battle over political spending that aims to block marriage equality.

Yale invests in West Haven schools

November 26, 2012
In the University’s latest move to help improve local education, Yale announced Tuesday it will invest $100,000 in West Haven public schools.
Some objections to the development plan have been leveled by residents who are concerned about parking.

Wooster square to see facelift

November 15, 2012
New Haven’s historical Wooster Square district is about to get a facelift.

City plans future sea wall

November 13, 2012
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, New Haven is planning new infrastructure to combat the forces of nature.
Approximately 50 Yale students and hundreds of New Haven residents called for immigration reform in a citywide rally.