YUPP talks social justice
Last night, the Afro-American Cultural Center hosted a discussion on a new social justice project called We Are All Criminals.
Yalies face arrest in protest
On Saturday afternoon, a group of Yale students is planning to travel to Washington, D.C. to protest the Keystone XL pipeline alongside college students from across the country.
Harp discusses tax increases
Mayor Toni Harp warned on Friday that Elm City residents might have to pay more property taxes in the fiscal year beginning July 1.
Committee weighs minimum wage increase
The Connecticut Labor and Public Employees Committee held a crowded public hearing at the State Capitol Tuesday to discuss legislation that would increase the minimum wage and punish employers more seriously for wage theft.
Malloy orders data dump
Governor Dannel Malloy signed an executive order yesterday to create a new online portal that aggregates and displays data from agencies across the state government.
Antiviolence group formed
The Coalition of Anti-Violence Stakeholders announced how it plans to help push legislation to tighten gun control and improve public safety.
Snow freezes budgets
The Connecticut Department of Transportation and towns across the state have already exhausted the funds designated for snow removal.