Emiliano Tahui Gómez
Staff Reporter
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UP CLOSE: Transforming interpretation at Yale New Haven Hospital

Amid national conversation over his legacy, New Haven removes two tributes to Columbus

Amid an ongoing nationwide debate over the commemoration of controversial colonialist and Confederate figures through statues and namesakes, votes from City Hall cleared two of […]

ULA hosts “Know Your Rights” panel

A Monday night “Know Your Rights” panel gathered over 30 community members and four panelists into a crowded first-floor meeting room in the New Haven […]

Mackenzie Hawkins
New Haven marches for voting rights, against Trump

New Haven residents gathered on Sunday to participate in the Black History Month Unity March & Motorcade, a celebration of Black History Month that combined […]

Rivera assumes BOE President role

On Monday evening, newly elected New Haven Board of Education President Yesenia Rivera ran her first Board of Education meeting since her unanimous election on […]

YNHH interpretation policy change raises concerns

Recent changes to the Yale New Haven Hospital’s interpretation services have left many concerned over the quality of services, according to employees and patients interviewed […]

Wilbur Cross teen asks for asylum

Dozens of New Haven residents traveled to Boston on Thursday morning to support an undocumented high school student from the Elm City. The student made […]

Artspace showcases “Día de los Muertos”

“Día de los Muertos,” an exhibit organized by Unidad Latina en Acción, or ULA, features a 10-year archive of puppets made for New Haven’s annual […]

Westville and West Hills discuss Neighborhood Public Improvement Plan

In Westville and West Hills neighborhoods, community members are confronting the question of what to do with $20,000. On Wednesday night, local residents of both […]

Conaway confirmed, Goldson re-elected

The New Haven Board of Alders confirmed former Riverside Education Academy Principal Larry Conaway by voice vote to serve on the Board of Education on […]

Community talks policing in Hamden

Participants from throughout the New Haven region crowded into the wooden meeting room of Hamden’s Whitneyville Community Commons for an opportunity to share their thoughts […]