Register move stalled
Plans for the New Haven Register to move to a more central downtown location have lost momentum in recent weeks.
City leaders launch youth mentoring campaign
A group of New Haven’s highest ranking public officials gathered on Wednesday to implore members of the Elm City to take action against the youth violence that continues to plague its streets.
Connecticut fights GMOs
Yesterday, Connecticut continued its crusade against genetically modified organisms with the passage of a bill banning the sale or planting of grass seed that has been genetically modified.
Excess parking costing New Haven
Increased parking space is hindering city development by forcing New Haven to forego significant tax dollars, according to a study recently conducted by UConn.
City enters classroom
The 15 undergraduates currently taking former Mayor John DeStefano Jr.’s political science seminar are looking no further than the Elm City.
Route 34 hits political traffic
While New Haven’s Community Development Committee met last week to discuss a redevelopment plan for Route 34, New Haven bikers, car owners and environmental activists held their breaths.
Union Station renovation underway
Beginning last week, New Haven’s parking authority Park Haven began scaffolding for a renovation of Union Station that will cost approximately $2.3 million.
Yale to host Houston students
In partnership with a highly successful college readiness program, Yale will host over 100 first generation, low-income students from Houston public schools for a week-long program this July.
Alders trade accusations
Legislative codes of conduct were invoked on Monday to censure the conduct of an alder whose spirited disagreement some say has crossed a line.