Alon Harish
City to hire 22 more cops

Thanks to federal dollars, New Haven will soon have 22 more police officers on the beat. At a Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night, aldermen […]

Effort to lower voting age hits snag

Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting was a defeat for The New 18, a group of New Haven high school students aiming to lower the […]

Malloy nominates Eli to top education post

Gov. Dannel Malloy will name Stefan Pryor ’93 LAW ’98 to Connecticut’s top education post Wednesday afternoon. A former Ward 1 alderman and education policy […]

Ward primaries near

While Yale students registered to vote in Ward 1 will have to wait until November to vote for their alderman, students in Wards 2 and […]

Yale Dems host DeStefano

A familiar face returned to the Yale College Democrats’ annual kickoff event Monday night: Mayor John DeStefano Jr., who is heading into the last week […]

Power finally returns to Lynwood

At about 3:30 a.m. this morning, street lamps on Lynwood Place flickered on for the first time in over a week. Since the landfall of […]

In Irene’s wake, Elm City left powerless

A week after Tropical Storm Irene robbed more than 17,000 New Haven homes of their power, many Yale students’ homes were among the last still […]

DeStefano ad sparks claims of corruption

In the latest controversy of the city’s most competitive mayoral race in a decade, a television ad recently released by Mayor John DeStefano Jr.’s reelection […]

New Haven teens lobby for voting power

A teenager-led campaign to lower Connecticut’s voting age to 16 formally arrived on the political scene Wednesday. At a public hearing of the Board of […]

Irene knocks out power

The apartments and houses of many off-campus Yale students are among the approximately 6,700 residences that remain without power as the city and the University […]

Contested mayoral race begins

With the Democratic primary now less than two weeks away, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and his four challengers are gearing up for the home stretch […]