Yale to host Houston students
In partnership with a highly successful college readiness program, Yale will host over 100 first generation, low-income students from Houston public schools for a week-long program this July.
Alders trade accusations
Legislative codes of conduct were invoked on Monday to censure the conduct of an alder whose spirited disagreement some say has crossed a line.
Malloy delivers data portal
A government website that delivers aggregated data to the masses could have far-reaching implications for life in Connecticut by increasing transparency and community involvement.
Shake Shack responds to health threat
On Friday afternoon, the front of Shake Shack was covered in a thick sheet of plastic and surrounded by workers wearing hazardous material suits.
Suggested cuts draw ire
Educations cuts and other spending reductions emerged as a flashpoint at Thursday’s public hearing on the budget, as residents came out to defend the funding they said underwrites the city’s well-being.
New Haven Farms triples capacity
New Haven Farms, an urban agriculture non-profit that provides free produce to disadvantaged residents, is in the process of acquiring a new farm that will triple its food output.
Yale outreach hits home
Although no official data exists tracking the number of New Haven Public School students who are accepted to Yale each year, numerous individuals involved in the admissions process say they have noticed a rise in local admits.
Study probes impact of trauma on community
Recent scientific findings have steered activists, academics and public officials in New Haven to support programs that address the effects of violence on the mental health of inner-city residents.
State approves new charter schools
After a years-long effort to start a new charter school in Dixwell-Newhallville, Reverend Eldren Morrison got state approval on Wednesday to open the school next fall.