Students vacation at school
Six schools in the district remained open during April break to provide students with a safe environment and productive activities.
House opposes GMO bill
Just one day after a bill banning genetically modified grass seeds cleared the Connecticut State Senate, the same bill died in the House.
Fire union files suit against mayor
The firefighters' union has filed suit against Mayor Toni Harp over an appointment that the union claims contravenes the city charter and collective bargaining law.
Gubernatorial race rests on economy
As Gov. Dannel Malloy formally enters the fray as a candidate in this November’s gubernatorial race, both his supporters and detractors will attempt to use the state’s recent economic activity to measure his time in office.
Pepe’s considers Boston expansion
A Craigslist post from late last month indicated that Frank Pepe’s Pizzeria Napoletana is looking to open multiple locations in the Boston area later this year.
Supreme Court ruling hits CT
Though the Supreme Court’s ruling last week on McCutcheon v. FEC explicitly applied to federal elections, it could unleash a torrent of spending at the state level as well.
One year later, gun bill praised
Connecticut lawmakers are touting comprehensive firearm restrictions passed one year ago as instrumental to a continuing decline in gun violence.
UP CLOSE | Raising taxes, rising tempers
100 days into her tenure as mayor, Toni Harp has been left to defend a budget not entirely her own. Now New Haven is struggling to generate the revenue it needs to keep going without taxing all of its residents away.
Cho delays plea hearing
Cho was arrested on Feb. 20 on 42 wage theft and fraud charges and again four days later for 10 additional discrimination and payroll violations.