Aakshi Chaba
Staff Reporter
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Alexion Pharmaceuticals invests in New Haven

Two years after the global biopharmaceutical company Alexion moved their headquarters from New Haven to Boston, the company announced on Wednesday that it would invest […]

PROFILE: New Haven Mayor Toni Harp

New Haven’s incumbent Mayor Toni Harp is no stranger to public service. After serving the Elm City for over two decades in the state Senate […]

Chief state’s attorney Kane retires

Connecticut’s longest-serving Chief State’s Attorney Kevin T. Kane will retire on Nov. 1, Governor Ned Lamont announced on Tuesday. The chief state’s attorney leads the […]

YCC focuses on Yale-New Haven relations

The Yale College Council’s new Yale-New Haven relations task force held its first meeting last Sunday afternoon. Comprised of roughly 17 students, including members of […]

DataHaven launches project on gender equity

DataHaven, a New Haven-based nonprofit that provides policymakers data reports on community issues, recently launched a new project focused on gender equity in Fairfield County. […]

Urban Improvement Corps turns 50

Members of the Urban Improvement Corps, founded in 1968, are celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary this year, marking the occasion by doubling the number of […]

Controversy surrounds University’s voluntary payments

As a large budget deficit faces New Haven this year, residents are continuing to call for the University to provide additional financial support to the city they call home.

The Elm City’s polling predicament

In the aftermath of the midterms, election processes across the country have come under intense scrutiny. New Haven was no exception.

Local company employs refugees

University officials and a local nonprofit refugee resettlement agency, Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services, are working with a refugee-led company to provide employment for new […]

New Haven celebrates Veterans’ Day

A bell was rung 21 times at the steps of City Hall on Sunday morning to mark 100 years since the end of World War […]

YPD launches new outreach efforts

In their first month as the Yale Police Department’s inaugural community engagement officers, University officers Martha Ross and Martin Parker have gone apple picking with […]