With affordable housing as a legislative priority for the coming years, the News looked at what affordable housing in the city can look like and why it is important.
May 5, 2021
As the city prepares to reopen this May, the possibility of a vaccine passport required of city residents remains up in the air.
The Board of Alders Health and Human Services committee hosted a workshop, with public testimonies, to discuss a resolution that would endorse Medicare for All.
May 4, 2021
After launching an exploratory committee eight weeks ago, former Housing Authority President Karen DuBois-Walton officially announces her candidacy in the 2021 mayoral race.
You’ve met the dads, you’ve met the moms. Now it’s time to introduce: The Yale siblings. Ben Hopkinson Ben Hopkinson Zooms in from his […]
April 22, 2021
Leigh Bardugo ’97 just bought her first house. A small, former schoolhouse, which was built in 1918 with a garden that Leigh and her spouse […]
Both candidates are fundraising. Mayor Justin Elicker is canvassing. And Karen DuBois-Walton, in a move that might suggest a looming campaign, has just stepped away […]
Karen DuBois-Walton ’89 has not formally confirmed her candidacy for mayor in New Haven’s upcoming fall election. However, DuBois-Walton’s recent decision to temporarily step away […]
Last Wednesday, potential mayoral candidate Karen DuBois-Walton’89 released a 10-minute video and press release calling for New Haven to invest $10 million toward police accountability […]
April 20, 2021
Walter, the Olde English Bulldogge known to many as Handsome Dan XVIII, has been settling into a new chapter of his life: retirement. Kingman — […]
During the annual Black and Hispanic Caucus State of the City address, Newhallville Ward 20 Alder Delphine Clyburn spoke about New Haven’s resilience in the […]