Ben Prawdzik
Immigrants awarded settlement in Fair Haven suit

The federal government is paying $350,000 to 11 New Haven men who claimed their constitutional rights were violated during immgiration raids in 2007 as part […]

Men arrested in ICE raids win big settlement from feds

Eleven men claiming immigration agents violated their constitutional rights during 2007 raids on their Fair Haven homes won a settlement from the U.S. government of […]

International efforts expand in Latin America

This past weekend, Yale expanded its efforts to increase the University’s presence abroad into a new region: Mexico, the first Latin American country with which […]

New Haven touts tax base growth

New Haven’s grand list, the total assessed value of all taxable property in the city, grew by over $860 million this year ­­— a 16.7 […]

Grand List shows growth in taxable property

  New numbers out from City Hall show a growth of $860 million in the total assessed value of all taxable property in the city. […]

Malloy pushes education spending

Gov. Dannel Malloy has indicated that he plans to make good on his promise to enact education reform — he has announced a series of […]

Bespoke plans rebirth

Bespoke Restaurant and Lounge, known for its popular French-inspired food and lengthy property dispute with Yale, will close its doors this Saturday as the venue’s […]

Leaders call for education reform

University President Richard Levin will take on matters of Connecticut education reform in his new position on the board of directors of the Connecticut Council […]

Cheshire killer sentenced to death

Joshua Komisarjevsky was sentenced to death on Friday for an infamous 2007 home invasion that left three people dead. New Haven Superior Court Judge Jon […]

Students combine class with urban research

While most Yalies complete class projects in libraries poring over books and journal articles, a growing number of courses are allowing for a more hands-on […]

Yale shuts out Broadway Liquor

Yalies will soon be forced to look beyond the Broadway shopping district to buy alcohol, as the University has refused to renew the popular Broadway […]