Bicyclists present robbery threat
While police report that violent crime on campus and in the city is on the decline, students have reported being robbed on multiple occasions this semester by groups of teenagers, who sometimes don Halloween masks, riding bicycles.
Elm City Market leadership faces lawsuit
Following the Elm City Cooperative Market’s foreclosure in September, one board member of the former co-op, Bruce Becker, is filing suit against the market's former leadership.
UNH debuts co-op program
Starting this January, New Haven’s public service departments will usher in student interns from the University of New Haven in the debut of its Public Safety Cooperative Work/Education Program.
DOE reports high crime for Yale
Recent U.S. Department of Education data has pinned Yale as one of the more dangerous college campuses in Connecticut — but some Yalies say this does not align with their experiences.
ACLU hosts talk on police militarization
Roughly 30 Yale students, New Haven community members and residents of neighboring towns gathered in Harkness Hall for the forum organized by the ACLU’s Connecticut chapter and the ACLU Yale undergraduate chapter.
Ready to register, but first a wait
New Haven voters seeking to participate in Connecticut’s same-day registration process faced a daunting challenge late Tuesday afternoon: A line consisting of more than 130 people by 5 p.m., some of whom would likely wait for at least three hours.
DeLauro dances to easy victory
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro danced in front of her audience in the Shubert Theater after she won this year's race for Connecticut's third district representative, beating Republican challenger James Brown.
Local leaders push for state constitutional reform
As posters and television advertisements for candidates in this year’s gubernatorial campaign seek to sway voter opinions, some local leaders are drawing attention to other issues up for vote next week.