Agomoni Saha
Staff Reporter
Agomoni Saha covers Nonprofits and Social Services as an associate beat reporter. She is a first-year in Saybrook College majoring in chemistry.
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East Haven and Save the Sound appeal FAA findings on Tweed’s environmental impact

East Haven and Save the Sound have raised concerns about the environmental impacts of the expansion of the Tweed New Haven Airport after the FAA’s Finding of No Significant Impact.

Application open for the Ulysses S. Grant Foundation’s summer program for New Haven middle schoolers

The program offers classes designed and taught by Yale undergraduates and unites students across New Haven to prepare them for the years ahead.

The Nourish Project promotes healthy aging at two local senior independent living facilities

The Dwight Hall undergraduate organization is seeking to remedy many of the societal detriments the New Haven elderly community has been facing following COVID-19.

Hot Murga spices up New Haven with Indian fried hot chicken

The restaurant on Howe Street is the newest addition to Indian restaurants in New Haven, bringing a twist to hot fried chicken.

Undergraduate students enroll in graduate courses during registration period

This week, undergraduate students can sign up to take graduate level courses across various departments.

Farmers market and arts market bring food and crafts to Westville

The CitySeed Farmers Market and Westville Arts Market joined together in Edgewood Park on Sunday morning.

NXTHVN holds “Into the Afroverse” summit celebrating Afrofuturism

The “Into the Afroverse” summit, the seventh event of the 6th Dimension arts festival, attracted New Haveners to NXTHVN to foster community and learn more about Afrofuturism, which is an aesthetic that centers the intersection of the African diaspora culture with science and technology.

New Haven Night Market draws lively crowd to Chapel Street

Shoppers of all ages stopped by the second New Haven Night Market of the year to explore over 60 local vendors.

Twilight Grand Prix lights up the streets of New Haven

The event, which raises money for youth cycling programs, drew thousands of spectators from across the state.