Diana Li
At final Baccalaureate, Levin urges graduates to lead society

Levin and Yale College Dean Mary Miller both congratulated the graduating seniors of Morse, Pierson, Timothy Dwight and Saybrook Colleges on their accomplishments.

Two Metro North trains collide near Fairfield

At about 6:10 p.m. on Friday evening, two Metro North trains collided near Fairfield, Conn. after one derailed and hit the other. The rush-hour incident […]

Mayoral candidate Carolina to use Democracy Fund

Hillhouse High School Principal Kermit Carolina has become the fourth mayoral candidate to commit to using the Democracy Fund, New Haven’s public financing system for […]

Kermit Carolina announces run for mayor

Kermit Carolina, principal of Hillhouse High School, announced on Sunday night that he will be the seventh candidate to run for mayor to replace current […]

GOP to field a Ward 1 aldermanic candidate

For the first time in 20 years, Ward 1 residents will have the option to vote for a Republican candidate in the aldermanic election.

Public financing debate heats up

With the entry of two more candidates into New Haven’s mayoral race over the past week, the debate over the role of the Democracy Fund has intensified.

Prominent state senator joins race for New Haven mayor

Connecticut State Senator Toni Harp ARC ’78 announced Monday that she will run for mayor of New Haven.

Fifth candidate joins mayoral race

Matthew Nemerson, the former president of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce, began his campaign on Wednesday.

Commission recommends Board of Ed reform

The Elm City is facing a once-in-a-decade chance to change the structure of city education.

Keyes decides against mayoral run

As one candidate declined Friday to enter the race to replace Mayor John DeStefano Jr., the field of candidates for the city’shighest position is nearly settled.

Campaign filings detail fundraising

Among the mayoral candidates, Ward 10 Alderman Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 is far in the lead with $55,950 in private contributions.