Ashna Gupta
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New Haven’s chief administrative officer resigns from post

Michael Carter, the city’s chief administrative officer and one of Mayor Toni Harp’s top aides, resigned Friday morning, City Hall announced this week.

Woman facing deportation granted stay after activists’ hunger protests

After a hunger strike, rallies and pleas by local, state and federal officials, ICE on Wednesday granted Salma Sikander an emergency stay of deportation.

Lamont, Stefanowski win Connecticut gubernatorial primaries

Businessman Ned Lamont SOM ’80 on Tuesday secured the Democratic nomination in Connecticut’s gubernatorial race, defeating Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim in a landslide. On the […]

New Haven–Hartford rail line opens for business

New Haven residents now have a new, traffic-free way to get to Hartford. The much-anticipated CTrail Hartford Line opened its regular service this week, giving […]

Seamus Joyce-Johnson, Contributing Photographer
Harp under fire for giving raises to 37 city staffers

Mayor Toni Harp gave raises this year to 37 of her top aides, even as the city approved a new budget that includes a controversial […]

Board of Alders passes budget

The New Haven Board of Alders on May 29 passed the city’s budget for the 2018–19 fiscal year, including the 11 percent property tax hike […]

Yale confers 3,728 degrees at Commencement

Yale conferred a total of 3,728 degrees and 10 honorary degrees, including 1,360 for the graduating seniors.

The Class of 2019 celebrates their Commencement on Old Campus.
Lamont nominated for governor

The Connecticut Democrats nominated businessman Ned Lamont SOM ’80 for governor at the state party convention on Saturday. Lamont’s only challenger, Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, […]

LIVEBLOG: Class Day 2018

Class Day, a staple of the University’s Commencement tradition, features festive hats and reflective words by administrators, students and a keynote speaker — Hillary Clinton LAW ’73, former […]

Lamont picks Bysiewicz as his running mate

Democratic businessman Ned Lamont SOM ’80 on Tuesday announced a joint gubernatorial ticket with former Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz ’83.

Boughton wins GOP endorsement

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton received the Republican Party’s endorsement for governor on Saturday by a narrow margin at the GOP state convention.