Isabel Bysiewicz
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School board fills final vacancy

Following two months of vacancies, the New Haven Board of Education will soon have a full complement of members. On Monday, Harp tapped former two-term […]

New Haven launches bike share program

Move over, cars and buses — New Haven residents now have a healthier, more convenient way to get around town. On Tuesday, eight months after […]

NHPS supper project at risk

With New Haven Public Schools and the Board of Education busy hashing out a budget for the next year, the New Haven Food Policy Council […]

BOE motion aims to increase transparency

After months of concern from parents and community members, New Haven’s Board of Education committed on Monday to steps to improve its transparency and accountability. […]

School board begins budget process

The Board of Education this week began the annual process of reviewing budget requests from New Haven Public Schools. In light of a funding shortage, […]

ULA circulates sanctuary city petition

About a year after President Donald Trump announced an executive order to cut funding to sanctuary cities, the grass-roots immigration organization Unidad Latina en Accion […]

Dozens flock to storytelling event

Crowd members teared up on Monday night as a New Haven resident recounted her experiences with depression, and they laughed when another talked about his […]

Theater to undergo review

The Long Wharf Theatre announced on Wednesday that it has tapped two external experts to review its internal procedures for evaluating allegations of sexual assault and to help create a safer workplace for staff members.

Activists rally to protect DACA

While the U.S. Congress has yet to act on a measure to bring permanent protection to Dreamers — a group of young immigrants who are protected from deportation — local immigrant rights groups are still rallying for legislation.

CCJEF continues education fight

After 13 years, the Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding’s fight for an overhaul of the state’s education funding system is set to continue. […]

Panel advocates all-civilian review board

Nearly 100 community members packed into a Yale Law School classroom on Thursday night to hear about the proposal for an all-civilian review board in […]