Coliseum project nears passage
A collection of city lawmakers have backed an agreement aimed at revitalizing the former site of the New Haven Coliseum.
Voter turnout climbs
The real winner of Election Day 2013 was the city of New Haven — at least according to data released yesterday on voter turnout.
Key Club shooter arrested
The man suspected to be behind one of the Elm City’s largest 2013 shootings was arrested by the New Haven Police Department on Tuesday.
Harp names transition team
Exactly one week after she was elected as New Haven’s 50th mayor, Toni Harp ARC ’78 unveiled the team of people who will help ready her for the job.
Coliseum Plan Approved
After eight years of deliberation, the Economic Development Commission unanimously approved the city’s plan to redevelop the Coliseum on Tuesday morning.
Connecticut start-ups awarded $5 million
Connecticut’s “Innovation Ecosystem,” a program launched last year by Gov. Dannel Malloy to invest in emerging Connecticut businesses, is awarding $5 million to start-ups in an effort to support entrepreneurship in the state. The funds will come from the $626 million jobs bill approved by the state legislature in 2011. The money will be divided »
Website may counter crime
A recent report highlights SeeClickFix, an online tool that city residents can use to report nonemergency issues in their neighborhoods, as a potential tool to fight crime.
Yale Republicans plan next move
In the wake of the recent Ward 1 aldermanic loss, the Republican Party at Yale is regrouping and working to change their image on campus.