City to strengthen mental health services

In response to the December Newtown shooting, New Haven has started a Community Resilience Initiative dedicated to coordinating and strengthening mental health services in the Elm City.

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At Tweed, politicians decry sequester

Four Connecticut politicians met to describe what they claimed would be the grave consequences of a national sequester.

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Downtown Crossing construction begins

The Elm City’s Downtown Crossing project, one of New Haven’s largest and most anticipated construction ventures in years, finally began this week.

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School board searches for superintendent

The city’s Board of Education moved forward Monday with plans to replace the long-serving public school administrator.

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Admit caught in crossfire of immigration fight

Most students applying to college hope only for a letter of acceptance. But for some, admission to a university alone is not enough to allow them to attend.

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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.

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NHPS superintendent to retire this year

After 21 years as the superintendent of New Haven Public Schools, Reginald Mayo has announced that he will retire at the end of this year, effective June 30. Mayo’s announcement confirms a previous News report that said the long-time superintendent would retire based on information from City Clerk Ron Smith. Mayo’s primary accomplishments include building the […]

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City weighed in college admissions

Yale's Undergraduate Admissions Office faces the challenge of fighting stereotypes about New Haven among students applying to college.

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Richter’s to reopen with new owner

The historic Richter’s bar is set to reopen under a new owner and re-establish its place in the Elm City’s bar scene. Located at 990 Chapel St., less than five minutes from Yale’s campus, Richter’s will be owned and refurbished by Jason Sobocinski, the current owner of Caseus Fromagerie & Bistro. Sobocinski was spotted touring […]

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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.

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Malloy calls for expanded education funding

Gov. Dannel Malloy is asking the State Legislature to approve a spending increase to fund the hallmark programs in an education package it passed last May.

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After blizzard, J. Press temporarily closes

J. Press, the high-end clothing store that has dressed Yale gentlemen for years, has suffered a blizzard-induced injury and will temporarily close as it repairs the building. A portion of the store’s roof was damaged due to pressure from last week’s 34-inch snowfall, according to Store Manager Jim Fitzgerald. J. Press was already renovating its […]

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