Ashna Gupta
Staff Reporter
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GOP looks to make gains in New Haven

Asked what it’s like to be a Republican in the Elm City, New Haven Republican Town Committee Chair Jeffrey Weiss responded jokingly: “lonely,” he said. […]

Gov candidates spar at Shubert Theatre

For the second time in a week, Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski faced off against Democratic opponent Ned Lamont SOM ’80.

Governor candidates face off

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont SOM ’80 faced off against Republican candidate Bob Stefanowski on Wednesday in the Nutmeg state’s first major debate of the 2018 race for Connecitcut governor.

City lead crisis leads to federal intervention

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development stepped into New Haven’s lead crisis last Wednesday, providing almost $1 million to the Housing Authority of […]

Richardson ’19 to run for state house

Running against 17-year Democratic incumbent Rep. Toni Walker, D-New Haven, Richardson said he has decided to seek the position as a “Republican ambassador."

New Haven police lieutenant charged with domestic abuse

After holding his family hostage and assaulting his wife last week,  New Haven Police Lieutenant Rahgue Tennant — an 18-year department veteran — is facing […]

Yale welcomes L.L.Bean with ribbon-cutting ceremony

New Haven may still be too hot for winter wear, but L.L.Bean received a warm welcome at its official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday afternoon. In […]

As midterms approach, CT voter registration spikes

Since President Donald Trump’s election, Connecticut has seen a rapid surge in both voter registration and turnout. Approximately 275,000 people have registered to vote since […]

CT’s Democratic candidates unite at local rally

Members of the Connecticut Democratic Party, including gubernatorial candidate and businessman Ned Lamont SOM ’80, joined together in a united front Thursday afternoon for a rally in Wooster Square.

Heat wave hits Yale

As Yalies started classes on Wednesday, a heat wave swept across the Connecticut region, making for a sweaty first day of school on campus and […]

Harp criticized for uniform purchase

Amid financial difficulties in New Haven that recently resulted in an 11 percent property tax hike, Mayor Toni Harp used almost $4,000 from the New […]