Gunshots reported near York and Tower
Gunshots were reported in the vicinity of Toad’s Place, at 300 York St., at roughly 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, but conflicting reports have emerged.
In second protest of the day, demonstrators block downtown streets
Six hours after a "die-in" on Wall Street condemning the no-indictments of the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner, protestors took to the streets to rally against police brutality, racial profiling and perceived injustices in the grand jury system.
Hundreds lie down on Wall St. to protest Brown, Garner decisions
For four and a half minutes Friday afternoon, more than 750 students, professors and members of the Yale and New Haven communities lay on Wall Street in protest of recent announcements not to indict the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
Jovin investigators seek public input
Sixteen years after the body of Suzanne Jovin ’99 was found on the corner of Edgehill and East Rock Roads, the team still investigating her murder is calling on New Haven residents for information that could help identify a culprit.
Access Health CT expands enrollment assistance
The Connecticut public health insurance marketplace expanded its in-person assistance presence in time for the second open enrollment cycle, which is currently in its third week.
CT moving to expand legalized medical marijuana
The first of what may be many petitions aiming to expand the coverage of medical marijuana in Connecticut was recently brought before the state’s Medical Marijuana Program Board of Physicians.
New LCI director sets new path
After weeks of evaluating candidates, Mayor Toni Harp announced her pick for the new director of New Haven’s housing code and neighborhood development agency: Serena Neal-Sanjurjo, an Elm City native whose career in urban planning has spanned Baltimore, New Orleans and her hometown.
Demand for police accountability amplified
Following the no-indictment decision in the Eric Garner case, New Haven residents and Yale students will rally on the corner of Church and Chapel Streets to protest police brutality on Friday afternoon.
Thousands rally for education reform
Mud, cold and persistent rain could not stop about 6,000 children, parents and teachers from gathering on the New Haven Green yesterday in a rally calling for improved urban public schools around Connecticut.