Coliseum project attracts hotels
Three companies are vying for the chance to build a four-and-a-half-star hotel on the Coliseum site, as part of a massive development project to revitalize New Haven’s downtown.
CHE faces uncertain future
In the light of recent changes within New Haven Public School’s health education, Yale’s Community Health Educators are seeking a new role within the schools.
Report shows racial profiling in YPD, NHPD
Traffic stop data, which is aggregated by police statewide, have been released to inform effective police protocol and investigate the incidence of racial profiling in Connecticut.
Candidates swap vague transporation solutions
Transportation, an issue that has often been overshadowed by others such as the economy and education in the gubernatorial campaign, got its moment in the sun Monday morning.
New Haven revamps emergency alert system
The New Haven Emergency Alert system, which has been in place since 2008, will undergo serious upgrades later this month — allowing city officials to reach citizens more efficiently than ever before.
Believe in People returns to Ninth Square
Believe in People, the street artist whose artwork has appeared throughout the Elm City, contributed a new, controversial painting to a historic cafe in the city’s Ninth Square neighborhood.
New Haven Healthy Start receives grant
New Haven’s Healthy Start program received a $5.4 million federal grant — to the delight of New Haven’s leaders, who gathered at the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven on Friday.
Mayor’s criticisms shape Democracy Fund agenda
New Haven’s public campaign finance system is preparing to analyze potential tweaks, clarifications and even overhauls of the opportunities local politicians have to capitalize on public funds.