James Post
Staff Reporter
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Patient sues YNHH for botched surgery

Milford resident Deborah Craven filed a lawsuit last week against the Yale-New Haven Medical Center and the University for negligence and unfair trade practices.

Man shot outside Old Campus

Damien Phillips, 23, was shot twice in the leg and shoulder and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police Athletic League nonprofit status reaps success

The New Haven Police Athletic League’s conversion to nonprofit status last year is already bearing fruit.

Former Black Panther talks police idolization

Kathleen Cleaver ’84 LAW ’89, former communications secretary of the Black Panther Party, spoke Tuesday night at a Yale Political Union debate with the resolution “Police are not heroes.”

Plans stall for civilian board to oversee police

Two-and-a-half years after voters approved the creation of a civilian review board as part of New Haven’s once-a-decade charter revisions, the board has yet to materialize.

NHPD recruits read to Elm City students

Clapping and cheering, New Haven Police Academy recruits greeted King/Robinson Interdistrict Magnet School students as they arrived at school on the morning of Feb. 24.

Harp lauds Alexion’s return

Alexion CEO David Hallal, Mayor Toni Harp and University President Peter Salovey gathered in the biotech’s new headquarters at 100 College St. on Monday morning to celebrate the company’s return to the Elm City.

Nemerson talks local govt. careers

Matthew Nemerson SOM ’81, New Haven economic development administrator, urged the Yale Democrats to pursue a career in local government at a small talk Monday in the Branford College common room.

NHPD promotes first Black female captain

The New Haven Police Department swore in Patricia Helliger as its first Black female captain Friday.

Details emerge about NHPS sex assault

A week after New Haven Public School math teacher Kirvanna Jones was arrested on charges of second-degree sexual assault and injury to a minor, further details have emerged about the case.

Arrest made after fatal summer crash

New Haven police arrested Hamden resident Dean L. Williams this morning for a July 2015 incident in which Williams crashed his three-wheeled motorcycle while trying to avoid a collision with another vehicle.