Amy Cheng
Staff Reporter
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New Haven launches fourth annual car-free campaign

The CarFree Challenge, an annual tradition in the Elm City, kicked off its fourth annual monthlong campaign on Aug. 31 to encourage more sustainable methods […]

Yale, New Haven rally for undocumented immigrant sheltered in church

Yale students and New Haven residents rallied before the steps of the First and Summerfield Methodist Church Friday afternoon in support of Marco Antonio Reyes, […]

Undocumented immigrant awaits fate in church

Marco Antonio Reyes, an undocumented resident of Meriden who defied his deportation order on Aug. 8, is currently seeking refuge at New Haven’s First and […]

Two New Haven activists to fight their arrests in court

Longtime New Haven activist Barbara Fair and her nephew Keith Dramese Fair are planning to go to court after a counterprotest against a pro-nationalist rally […]

NHPD releases crime figures in wake of shootings

After seven years of dwindling violent crime rates, Elm City residents are reeling after the shootings of two minors in New Haven over the past […]

BOE president dies suddenly

Daisy Gonzalez, the current president of the New Haven Public School District's Board of Education, died suddenly Thursday morning.

NHPD interim chief Anthony Campbell ’95 DIV ’09 named to permanent role

The appointment fills a vacancy created by former chief Dean Esserman’s departure.

Local 33 members stage sit-in; 23 arrested

Of the 23 protesters, three were taken into custody on charges of interference and disorderly conduct despite being offered court summons

Activist arrested by NHPD contests his arrest

Nate Blair, an Elm City resident arrested by the New Haven Police Department at a Feb. 4 protest that spilled onto Route 34, is still […]

Panel discusses legalizing recreational weed

Around 50 Yale students and New Haven residents piled into Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Tuesday night to hear from a panel at a public forum on […]

L.L. Bean to wade into Broadway

Yale University Properties announced Monday that L.L. Bean will become the newest tenant on Broadway.