Laura Street
Staff Reporter
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Apartment complex proposed near Med School

Vacant since March 2015, a former industrial space and artist co-op on Daggett Street could soon be converted into an apartment complex. If converted into apartments, the building could be popular with Yale New Haven Hospital and medical school staff, given its close proximity to the Yale School of Medicine.

New Haven residents advised to conserve water

On the heels of the third-driest summer in U.S. history, the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority has requested that its customers voluntarily reduce water […]

Alien signs tackle climate change

Cardboard alien figurines with “Danger!” signs greeted passerbys on College and Elm streets last week. They weren’t there to promote an extraterrestrial cause but rather […]

Bus fare hike comes under criticism

To make up for budgetary shortfalls, state transportation officials are planning to raise bus fares by 17 percent, but they will be putting the burden to pay on the state’s low-income and disabled residents, residents and city officials say.

Facing scrutiny, superintendent resigns

Facing widespread criticism over his job performance, New Haven Public Schools Superintendent Garth Harries ’95 will step down from his position by Nov. 1, the Board of Education announced at the end of its monthly meeting late Monday night.

An Irishman, a German, a Canadian and a Cat Walk into the YUAG…

Imagine being hit, rapid-fire, by every existential and sociological question you’ve ever considered. You hear more than you can process, and you’re left ruminating long […]