Potential Union Station developments discussed
Architects, engineers and officials from PARK New Haven met last week at Union Station to discuss potential plans to redesign the station and its surrounding area to minimize traffic and maximize accessibility to downtown.
Activists decry New Haven police violence
The chant, “No justice, No peace, No racist police” reverberated from the steps of the New Haven Police Department yesterday afternoon when roughly 40 people assembled to denounce police violence.
High-speed rail bill skips state, sparks debate
Federal, state and city officials convened on Friday at Union Station to criticize the federal proposal for a new high-speed railway line in the Northeast Corridor that would skip over Connecticut.
State legislators discuss current session
As the Connecticut General Assembly considers the fate bills in the middle of its legislative session, the Yale College Democrats hosted a panel of legislators from across the state.
New Haven mourns former mayor John Daniels
Dignitaries, community leaders, city officials and hundreds of New Haveners gathered in Battell Chapel Friday to mourn the passing and celebrate the life of John C. Daniels, New Haven’s first black mayor.