Aaron Bray
Around New Haven | Schools to save energy and costs

The New Haven Board of Aldermen is in the business of saving energy — and money. Six schools will be equipped with “refrigerator-sized” generators that […]

Aldermen approve ID funding

The Board of Aldermen’s Finance Committee on Tuesday unanimously voted to accept $150,000 in private grants to fund the second year of the Elm City […]

Illegal immigrants can testify

Lawyers for 16 illegal immigrants arrested as part of last summer’s raids in Fair Haven hailed a court decision Monday that will allow the immigrants […]

City not immune to credit crisis

Even before the latest stock market tumble on Wall Street, and Congressional votes on “bailouts,” New Haven was feeling the effects of the credit crunch. […]

Deficit splits Dems, Rell

Connecticut’s legislature may not be in session, but that doesn’t stop the political bickering. As Democrats announced Wednesday afternoon at a press conference that they […]

On the Ground, City Hall | All in the family

Outside New Haven City Hall on Saturday morning, anti-illegal-immigrant speeches dueled with blaring Latino music for the attention of passersby. Inside, dozens of families, many […]

Dismissal likely in Watchdog-FOIC appeal

The Community Watchdog Project lost its Freedom of Information Commission appeal before it began. But that doesn’t mean the group’s done. The FOIC filed a […]

FOIC files motion to dismiss appeal from anti-illegal-immigrant group

The Freedom of Information Commission filed a motion for dismissal Friday against the Community Watchdog Project’s recent appeal challenging the Commission’s conclusion in July that […]

Around New Haven: City postpones sale of municipal bonds

The national financial crisis has begun to hit home. The city announced last week that in balancing last year’s budget, its relatively high credit rating […]

Budget forces city job cuts

Tuesday was not a day for looking back. Before a blue backdrop bearing the slogan “Improving New Haven. Again,” Mayor John DeStefano delivered a sobering […]

Mayor visits, stays mum on future

“Mayor DeStefano is serving his seventh term,” Benjamin Shaffer ’09 began, introducing the mayor to a freshman-heavy gathering of some three dozen Yale College Democrats. […]