State Dems favor Obama education plan
State and local legislators lauded President Barack Obama for initiating a federal push for a major overhaul of public education during his State of the Union address last week.
Youth march for jobs
The children of the New Elm City Dream youth group joined adult volunteers Monday evening in a Valentine’s March for Love, Jobs and Peace, led in part by Ward 1 Alderman Sarah Eidelson.
Blizzard slams into region
The Elm City is bracing for what some meteorologists are calling the “storm of the year," which will slam into the East Coast starting today.
Task force debates school safety
A state bipartisan task force is grappling with whether increasing armed security personnel at Connecticut public schools is necessary.
Darnell suspension rattles Egyptology
When John Darnell agreed to a one-year suspension from the Yale faculty, he left the Egyptology division of NELC without a chair and with just one full-time faculty member.
NELC work environment criticized
Two sources close to the department said they approached administrators about a “hostile work environment” in the department as early as 2010.
Details emerge about Darnell suspension
A week after John Darnell's resignation, details on his violations of University policy and suspension from the Yale faculty have begun to emerge.