Ben Prawdzik
Deportation program remains controversial

After being discovered through the federal Secure Communities program, Mexican national Jose Angel Lopez-Garcia was sentenced in New Haven’s U.S. District Court for illegal re-entry […]

City rails against new Amtrak line

After Amtrak announced the route for its proposed new high speed rail line in the Northeast — which promises to deliver passengers from Boston to […]

Aldermen kill 360 State tax break

New Haven’s Board of Aldermen struck down a proposal Tuesday that would have provided financial relief to the owners of 360 State Street after the […]

Thousands arrive for Gateway classes

In a 2011 study, the consulting firm Right Management found that over 84 percent of working Americans want to change their jobs or career paths. […]

During 20-year tenure, city partnership forged

When University President Richard Levin steps down in June, he will leave behind a transformed relationship between Yale and New Haven. Levin assumed the presidency […]

Gateway campus opens downtown

After over a decade of planning and construction, the new Gateway Community College campus officially opened on Tuesday with a morning ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring politicians, […]

Over obstacles, Melton comes to Promise

Growing up in Cleveland housing projects and living off welfare checks, Patricia Melton ’82 had to beat the odds to earn a degree from Yale. […]

Despite dip in apps, Promise funds rise

Though fewer students applied for New Haven Promise scholarships this year compared to 2011, the program saw a jump in students both qualifying for and […]

Conn. hospitals to lose some Medicare funds

Twenty three of Connecticut’s 29 acute-care hospitals, including Yale-New Haven Hospital, will lose Medicare funds next year due to a provision of the 2010 health […]

Officials hail Crossing approval

Atop the Air Rights Garage on Tuesday, local and state politicians, business owners and community activists gathered to celebrate the Board of Aldermen’s unanimous approval […]

Downtown Crossing approved unanimously

The Board of Aldermen voted Monday night in unanimous support of the zoning changes and development agreement necessary for New Haven’s Downtown Crossing to move […]