City | 11:17 am | November 3, 2011 | By Dan Stein

Power starts its return to CT, finally

A snowstorm of historic proportions slammed Connecticut over the weekend, bringing record snowfall and more power outages than Hurricane Irene.

Though you wouldn’t know it from being at Yale, large swaths of Connecticut are still reeling from this weekend’s snowstorm. By Thursday morning, the number of customers was predicted to fall to around 430,000, the Hartford Courant reported, down from over 800,000 without power in the immediate aftermath of the storm. Connecticut Light & Power »

City | 8:44 pm | August 29, 2011 | By Alon Harish

New Haven struggles to dig out of Irene’s aftermath

Mayor John DeStefano Jr., flanked by aldermen and public safety officials, briefed the media on the city's progress in responding to Hurricane Irene.

While sunny skies and balmy weather made Hurricane Irene feel like a distant memory on Monday, the city was still struggling to clear fallen trees from dozens of streets and restore power to thousands of residents who have been in the dark since the storm hit early Sunday. At a press conference Monday afternoon held »

City | 11:28 am | August 28, 2011 | By Esther Zuckerman

Power outages reported off campus

Mamoun's has power.

We are hearing that many off-campus students are without power this morning. A resident of the Elmhurst told us that buildings along Elm Street, including the Elmhurst and the heavyweight crew house, lost power at around 5:30 a.m. and are still in the dark as of 11:12 a.m. Meanwhile, residents of Howe Street are also »

Uncategorized | 2:39 pm | October 1, 2010 | By Vivian Yee and Esther Zuckerman

Floodwater hits central campus

Saturday is supposed to dawn sunny and clear, but it may be too late: Stormwater flooding has been reported all over campus, from the Timothy Dwight basement and dining hall to the athletic fields. TD master Jeffrey Brenzel e-mailed students this morning to announce that water has flooded the college’s basement, library and dining hall »