Brendan Kearney
Aldermen hurry to meet deadlines

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The New Haven Board of Aldermen passed two resolutions Tuesday night, both motivated […]

Lieberman announces candidacy

STAMFORD — U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67, a Connecticut Democrat, returned to his high school in Stamford Monday morning to announce his candidacy […]

Hospital police may lose power to arrest

Yale-New Haven Hospital security officers will have to wait at least one more day to see if the Board of Police Commissioners will reccomend that […]

DeStefano to lead national lobby

New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. flew to Salt Lake City this week, but skiing down the powdery Olympic slopes or ogling nearby national parkland […]

Rowland offers plan to reduce state deficit

Connecticut Gov. John Rowland outlined the basic structure of his much-anticipated plan to narrow the $500 million state deficit in a televised address Thursday night. […]

City aldermen affirm civil liberties of residents

The New Haven Board of Aldermen passed a resolution Monday reaffirming the civil rights and liberties granted city residents under the Declaration of Independence and […]

Arrest powers not without precedent

While city officials consider revoking the arrest powers of the Yale-New Haven Hospital security force, hospitals around the country grant varying amount of authority to […]

Aldermen zone for IKEA

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The New Haven Board of Aldermen unanimously passed two amendments to the city’s […]

Rowland easily defeats Curry

Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland defeated Democratic challenger Bill Curry Tuesday, becoming the first man in modern politics to serve three terms in the state’s […]

Conn. races come to a close

When Yale students step into the voting booth today, they will encounter a slew of state positions up for grabs, as well as Congressional races […]

Senior faces charges of ballot fraud

A Yale senior was arrested in late October and charged with nine counts of ballot fraud, city sources said Sunday. Michael Montano ’03, former campaign […]