MTA responds to reports of poor maintenance
A report released last December by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s inspector general highlighting poor maintenance work on the Metro-North commuter railroad has only recently captured the state’s attention.
State appraises contamination at English Station
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and Department of Public Health have begun the process of decontaminating and removing equipment from English Station, a non-operational power plant in the nearby Mill River.
Urban Violence Commission holds first meeting
Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Youth and Urban Violence Commission had its first meeting Monday to address trends in the criminal justice system and review current research that sheds light on causes of urban violence.
Christian fraternity leases Crown street house
The four-story building near the corner of High and Crown Streets is set to become a new center of religious life at Yale — not exactly a house of worship but a fraternity house.
Perez departure leaves Ward 5 seat open
A new face will soon represent the Hill neighborhood on the Board of Alders, as its long-standing alder takes his leave of New Haven politics to assume a statewide position.