Elm City disparities persist
New Haven continues to face severe racial and income disparities in quality of health and educational achievement, according to a report released by DataHaven.
Aldermen debate food stamps
A new proposal working its way though city government could win hundreds of thousands of dollars of job training for food stamp beneficiaries. In a meeting Wednesday night, the New Haven Board of Aldermen’s Human Services Committee unanimously authorized a proposal to secure over half a million dollars from the Connecticut Department of Social Services »
Nonprofits apply for funds from corporations
The Board of Aldermen’s Human Services Committee convened Wednesday evening to allow over 40 nonprofit organizations in New Haven to solicit corporations for donations through the Neighborhood Assistance Act.
Local hiring a charter reform priority
New Haven’s charter may give a higher preference to city residents for civil service positions if the Board of Aldermen votes in favor of such a proposed revision this May.
Mayor proposes Shubert management transfer
Approaching its 100th year on College Street, the historic Shubert Theater will soon begin operating independently once more, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. announced in his final State of the City address.
ITS launches cloud storage system
With its first foray into the realm of cloud computing, Yale Information Technology Services has made a storage service available to students many times larger than Google Drive or Dropbox.
Blair weighs globalization
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair came to campus Monday to offer his perspective on international conflicts tied to globalization.