Jake Siesel
Staff Reporter
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Civilian Review Board faces string of vacancies and lacks administrative power

New Haven Civilian Review Board Attorney, Beth Merkin, aims to change the ordinance and revive the CRB’s enforcement abilities.

NHPD announces 40 conditional job offers to address staffing shortages 

The department has also been working on a widespread recruitment effort at high schools and colleges that aims to fill the 73 vacancies across the New Haven Police Department, which was discussed at the monthly Board of Police Commissioners meeting.

New Haven celebrates 110th annual Tree Lighting

Hundreds of New Haveners crowded around the 55-foot spruce for the Christmas tradition that began in 1913.

Q House plans upcoming centennial celebration, reviews programming successes

In their November meeting, Q House board members announced contributions to the Dixwell and Newhallville neighborhoods including arts performances and a college fair.

Democratic Socialists of America stage pro-union protest at Chapel Street Starbucks

The Yale and New Haven DSA chapters coordinated a call campaign against the Starbucks regional office, encouraging customers to speak out against union busting by the company.

The rules of football

The News brings all you non-football people an easy-to-read guide to the rules of the game.

FENCING: Yale secures resounding victory at Vassar Open Invitational

An overhauled roster and attitude could precipitate the best Yale womens’ fencing team seen in years.

New Haven Restaurant Week draws fresh faces to the Elm City food scene

Several employees at city restaurants told the News that they have seen a noticeable uptick in customers.

President Salovey’s tenure marks an era of robust athletic achievement

Millions of dollars in investment for the athletic department could revitalize Yale sports for decades to come.