Marcel Przymusinski
Contractors help fund mayor’s run

New Haven’s ongoing $1.1 billion public school construction program is providing local kids with resources ranging from marine biology labs to visual arts studios. But […]

Conn. court says police promotions are unjust

A Connecticut Supreme Court ruling against the city of New Haven released this week is the latest chapter of a battle over promotions in the […]

Candidates canvass ‘The O.C.’

With the Ward 1 aldermanic election a month and a half away, candidates Rebecca Livengood ’07 and Nick Shalek ’05 are working hard to inform […]

Votes bring shift in Board

With vote tallies in from Democratic primaries across the city, Ward 29 Alderman Carl Goldfield declared his candidacy for president of the Board of Aldermen […]

Democrats face off in primaries

Democrats city-wide are facing off in municipal election primaries today, likely determining the outcomes of November’s aldermanic elections in several of the city’s Democrat-dominated wards. […]

Ward 2 race: Joyce Chen ’01

After four years making controversial votes on the Board of Aldermen, Ward 2 Alderwoman Joyce Chen ’01 finds herself in a primary battle against a […]

Ward 1 race echoes ’03 battle

By Marcel Przymusinski Staff reporter In some ways, not much has changed in Ward 1 in the past two years: In 2003, as now, an […]

Thorpe campaigns for Yale voters in Ward 22

Since redistricting in 2002, Yale students have become an increasingly important constituency in Ward 22, and aldermanic candidate Cordelia Thorpe faces an uphill battle to […]

Livengood ’07 assumes spot on board

By Marcel Przymusinski Staff reporter Rebecca Livengood ’07 was sworn in as Ward 1 alderwoman yesterday and will now represent the residents of seven residential […]

Livengood will replace Healey

Residents of Ward 1, which includes most of Yale’s campus, will soon have a new representative on the city’s Board of Aldermen, as Rebecca Livengood […]

Yale contribution tries to buck past

Yale’s recently-announced agreement to increase its voluntary financial contribution to New Haven to $4.18 million this year has been touted by city and University officials […]