Liquor permit law extended
With the extension of a program that increases police involvement in liquor license renewals, New Haven bars and clubs must stay on their best behavior.
Gun bill costs questioned
With the passage of Senate Bill 1160, an act intended to prevent gun violence, the state faces millions in projected costs.
City holds second Parent University
To promote the Elm City’s college-going culture, nearly 200 parents enrolled in “Parent University,” a semiannual program intended to increase parents’ involvement in their children’s education.
State budget cuts may hit Tweed
With a recently proposed budget cut under negotiation, the future of New Haven air travel may take a turn for the worse.
Conservatives discuss anti-communism
Roughly 100 students, alumni and government officials gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall Friday to commemorate the 60th anniversary of “Witness."
Squash star opens season strong
As the women’s squash season kicks into gear, the 2012 team’s MVP Millie Tomlinson ’14 continues to dominate on the court.