Brendan Kearney
Hospital police to lose power of arrest

Yale-New Haven Hospital’s security force will lose its power to make arrests in July, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. said a letter to hospital officials last […]

City to sell school for state bridge

In the midst of New Haven’s well-publicized School Construction Program, which entails the renovation of existing schools and the creation of new “K-8” facilities all […]

Aldermen debate labor dispute

After a three-hour marathon of testimony in a packed Aldermanic Chambers from union leaders, the mayor’s office, Yale students, and the associate vice president of […]

Pillsbury ’72 makes bid for alderman

Charlie Pillsbury ’72, fresh off a colorful Congressional campaign in which he aired Green Party concerns, has thrown his name back into the political scene […]

Local group links deficits, war spending

As the local consequences of state and national budget woes and worries about war with Iraq loomed large in the national psyche, the New Haven […]

Two aldermen call on mayor to return pay raise

Two members of the New Haven Board of Aldermen have submitted a resolution requesting that New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. return the entirety of […]

Aldermen juggle budget crunch

When the Board of Aldermen sets to work in the coming months to distribute this year’s Community Block Development Grants, a thin federal budget will […]

Aldermen to vote on same sex marriages

In 1993, Michael Morand ’87 DIV ’93 introduced a controversial piece of legislation calling for the recognition of same sex marriages and civil unions. Now, […]

To classmates, Lieberman’s presidential bid is ‘no surprise’

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Kaiser ’64 still remembers the elections for the […]

Aldermen approve Port Authority for city’s harbor

After the mayor sharply criticized the state and federal governments for fiscal policies that reduced aid to New Haven, the Board of Aldermen turned to […]

City panel extends Empower legislation

Despite what Ward 1 Alderman Ben Healey ’04 called a “tumultuous” past, Empower New Haven, Inc., the local arm of a federal community revitalization program […]