Martha Longley
Committee aims to make city pedestrian-friendly

Yale students and New Haven residents could soon enjoy smoother travel across the Elm City thanks to $1 million of proposed funding from the Board of Alders.

New Haven launches first public Montessori school

Getting into Elm City Montessori School is no walk in the park — from 600 applicants for its first class, the school accepted just 69.

Activists rally for criminal justice reform

Despite dreary weather, a small group of roughly 20 city activists gathered on the New Haven Green at the corner of Church and Chapel Streets yesterday evening to commemorate the beginning of a month of resistance to police terror and mass incarceration.

Neighbors question Yale’s use of pesticides

After a long battle with Yale’s administration, some New Haven residents are still questioning the University’s use of pesticides, which they said have infiltrated surrounding neighborhoods.