Toad’s to close for 2 days
The state will close Toad’s for two days this month, after the state’s Liquor Control Commission’s charged the business with selling alcohol to minors.
Prison reentry program gets fresh start
Mayor Toni Harp ARC ’78 announced her administration’s revitalized prison reentry program, Project Fresh Start, at a press conference on Monday afternoon at City Hall.
Harp pitches budget
Mayor Toni Harp pitched a $510.8 million budget on Friday, asking taxpayers to chip in an additional 3.8 percent for a spending plan.
Students organize environmental law conference
Students from Yale College, the graduate and professional schools and universities in the surrounding area gathered in Kroon Hall for the 4th annual New Directions in Environmental Law Conference.
Educators fight Common Core
The Common Core State Standards curriculum has recently been a subject of controversy among educators, politicians and parents nation-wide.
Murphy requests financial literacy program
After learning that one in seven New Haven households used check-cashing services rather than bank accounts, Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy is requesting a New Haven financial literacy program.
Hausladen: the road to Transit Chief
Last week, when snow was once again blanketing the city, Doug Hausladen ’04 was running around New Haven helping to enforce a parking-ban.
Looney eyes top Senate spot
Martin Looney, an unassuming but powerful lawmaker and influential New Haven politico, is in line for the top leadership role in the Connecticut State Senate.