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.
Two years after shooting, Lanza house to be torn down
A little over two years after Adam Lanza killed 26 — including 20 children — at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., town leaders have decided to demolish the house where he began his massacre with the shooting of his mother, Nancy Lanza.
Mother appeals to DeLauro for son’s release from Bahrain
Although she herself is a Bahraini citizen, Amina al-Maidan is appealing to Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro —a Democrat who represents Connecticut’s third district, which includes New Haven — to aid in the release of her New Haven-born son from a Bahraini prison.
New Haven public service attracts recent graduates
When Caroline Smith ’14 met with New Haven Director of Transportation, Traffic and Parking Doug Hausladen ’04 earlier this month to talk about developing alternative modes of transportation in the city, she did not expect a casual comment about a potential Elm City “bike month” to spur a new city initiative.
9th Note jazz bar faces eviction
After receiving four eviction notices from its landlord in less than three months, The 9th Note, a jazz bar and restaurant, is fighting to keep its spot at 56 Orange St.