NRA to visit Yale
While Connecticut has some of the most progressive gun laws in the country, an on-campus seminar with the National Rifle Association later this month will give students exposure to the flip side of the gun control debate.
City envisions community outreach program
The Community Services Administration has plans to establish a new community outreach program, judging by a presentation made to the Board of Alders on Monday night.
Bookstore arson suspect arrested
Three days after an arsonist started a series of small fires in the Yale Bookstore last Monday, the police made an arrest.
Elm City Market auctioned off
Elm City Market, the downtown grocery store that has recently found itself in treacherous financial waters, is under new ownership.
MTA proposes linking New Haven and Penn Station
Connecticut residents seeking to travel directly to Penn Station in New York City may be in luck, thanks to a proposal passed by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority last month.
Esserman, Fair clash on policing tactics
In the Davenport Common Room Thursday night, New Haven Chief of Police Dean Esserman and community activist Barbara Fair laid out starkly different takes on the state of policing in the Elm City.
Harp discusses Elm City growth
Ten months into her tenure as mayor of New Haven, Toni Harp stopped by the University for a Master’s Tea on Thursday, where she highlighted her strategy to address the city’s major issues.
Foley’s urban agenda called into question
Gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley’s (R) recently released Urban Policy Agenda is under fire from Democrats who claim the plan is both plagiarized and unfounded.