Sunder Ganglani pled guilty to the charge of violating a protective order on Thursday.
In a public safety update emailed out Thursday afternoon, Yale Police Department Chief Ronnell Higgins warned the Yale community of a growing trend in violent behavior he termed the “knockout game.”
Following a three-year impasse in negotiations, city parks employees are finally getting a new contract.
“The FBI has an open investigation on some of LCI past activities,” according to documents prepared by the current city administration to help ease the transition of mayor-elect Toni Harp ARC ’78 into office this coming January. “The FBI has requested copies of liens that have been issued by the Department in 2012 and 2013. No other information has been requested.”
Up against the threat of civil litigation, the Board of Aldermen moved Wednesday to form a committee to consider complaints pertaining to New Haven’s system of fire department promotion exams.