Nathaniel Rosenberg
Staff Reporter
Nathaniel Rosenberg is City Editor for the News. He previously served as Audience Editor, where he managed the News's newsletter content, covered cops and courts and housing and homelessness for the City Desk. Originally from Silver Spring, MD, he is a junior in Morse College majoring in history.
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Local workers choose not to unionize

Workers at Glanbia Nutritional plants rejected unionization in a lopsided vote.

Union Yes?

Balloting has begun at Glanbia Nutritionals after a grueling and costly union drive.

New Haven Rising distributes masks and COVID-19 test kits across city

Last week, New Haven residents distributed hundreds of free KN95 masks and COVID-19 rapid test kits in a joint effort between New Haven Rising and […]

City proposes investing $10 million into new “I’m Home” housing support program

Money from the American Rescue Plan will support both homeowners and renters.

Local workers fight to form Connecticut’s largest union of the decade

Earlier this month, 150 workers at Glanbia Nutritionals in West Haven and Orange, CT. filed for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board, […]

Toad’s (Taylor’s Version)

Inside a “Taylor Swift Dance Party”

Ward 3 Alder Ron Hurt works to rebuild Deliverance Temple Outreach House

The shelter on the Hill is fundraising to restore its operations.

Mariam Khan ’24 makes history in Hamden

Recently elected Board of Education member has long record of activism.

Democrats win in Hamden, but Republicans have stronger than expected showing

Democrats win 19 of 20 contested seats in heavily Democratic town, including the mayoral race.

Candidates race towards finish line in Hamden mayoral election

In Hamden, a spirited mayoral race will come to a close next Tuesday, when voters go to the polls to select who will hold the […]