Juno shifts east, leaving only a foot
Although Winter Storm Juno swept through New Haven with far less snow than forecasted, city officials maintained on Tuesday that their precautions were necessary and yielded a successful emergency operation.
Yale MFA Grad wins support for social justice project
After being named one of this year’s Creative Capital Artists earlier this month, New York and New Haven-based painter Titus Kaphar ART ’06 has garnered financial and critical support for his newest undertaking: The Jerome Project.
City and state brace for Blizzard Juno
As Blizzard Juno continues to barrel across the Northeast, preparations for a storm of “historic” proportions are ongoing in the Elm City and Hartford.
Students and legislators discuss e-cigarettes
A group of students and legislators met at the Metropolitan Business Academy in Wooster Square yesterday to discuss the health dangers of e-cigarettes and their effect on high school culture.
City awarded housing funding for homeless
Three New Haven homeless assistance organizations plan to use funding awarded by the state last week to continue providing housing subsidies and supportive services for the homeless.
“Historic” storm set to hit the Elm City
A “crippling” and “historic” blizzard is set to strike the New England region this afternoon all the way through Tuesday night, according to New Haven city officials.