Ad expenditures intensify gubernatorial race
A recent surge in ad expenditures by an Independent Expenditure Group supporting Governor Dannel Malloy has shed light on the role of campaign advertising in the gubernatorial race.
Domestic violence survivors speak out
Cheryl D’Argento was one of two survivors who shared their stories at City Hall’s kickoff of New Haven’s seventh annual domestic violence awareness month yesterday. At the event, several city and community leaders proposed strategies to address the issue.
CT medical marijuana dispensary opens
Bluepoint Wellness, a medical marijuana dispensary that opened its doors on Sept. 22, is the sixth in the state to open since Prime Wellness began operating in South Windsor at the end of August.
In boon for Malloy, crime rate drops
This year’s “Crime in Connecticut” report revealed a drop in the crime rate of 8.6 percent in 2013 — bringing the state’s number of reported violent and property crimes down to its lowest level since 1967.
Harp engages community on immigrant concerns
In a crowded room at the New Haven People’s Center, Mayor Toni Harp sat down with about 50 members of Unidad Latina en Acción at their regular Monday night meeting to discuss growing concerns over immigrant rights and safety in New Haven.
Coast Guard to aid oil spill clean-up
The U.S. Coast Guard will assist in the cleanup of an oil spill at Mill River in New Haven this week after a report filed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection alerted them to the slick.