Jovin ’99 remembered
Fifteen years ago, Yale College senior Suzanne Jovin ’99 was murdered, and the investigation into her death continues.
Student with rifle shuts down UNH
Just over a week after Yale’s gun scare, the University of New Haven went on lockdown after reports that a man with a rifle was spotted across the street from campus.
City moves to revamp street signs
Community leaders and urban planners gathered at the New Haven Free Public Library Tuesday evening to discuss a plan to replace the city’s pedestrian and street signs, many of which have grown dilapidated and out of date. The city won a $670,000 grant to renew its signage system in 2011, which will fund the design, »
Connecticut feels impact of food stamp cuts
One chilly afternoon in mid November, Kimberly Hart made her familiar walk to Mount Hope Food Pantry in Dixwell. At 5:15 p.m., she thought she was early, but the 50 people lined up in front of her had beat her by 5 hours. By the time she reached the front, the canned ham or small »