The Board of Alders’ City Services and Environmental Policy Committee met in City Hall Tuesday evening to discuss an issue integral to the lives of many city residents: the New Haven Free Public Library.
March 9, 2016
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.
March 8, 2016
After Gov. Dannel Malloy urged lawmakers in Hartford to reject a new contract for 1,900 nonteaching staff at the University of Connecticut, the UConn union […]
Under a blanket of light snow, local nonprofit New Haven Reads celebrated the opening of a new location in East Rock Friday.
March 7, 2016
Yale students ventured to Hartford this week to testify in favor of a bill that would establish a “yes means yes” standard for sexual consent on the state’s college campuses.
March 4, 2016
A Wednesday hearing in the New Haven Board of Alders’ lawsuit against the city’s Board of Education was rescheduled for March 16 after a judge granted Attorney Norman Pattis — who is representing the BOA — his second continuance since February.
March 3, 2016
The Board of Alders’ Youth Services Committee kicked off its first meeting of 2016 by discussing areas on which it will focus for the next […]
A broad coalition of unions and community groups came together Monday afternoon to demand Yale-New Haven Hospital do its part to end the city’s “jobs crisis.”
March 1, 2016
With the end of fiscal year 2016 approaching, Mayor Toni Harp released her proposed budget for the next fiscal year in a City Hall press conference Monday afternoon.
After failing to pass the General Assembly in the 2015 session, legislation to mandate an “affirmative consent” standard at the state’s public and private universities is back for a second round in Hartford.
February 26, 2016
When CT Transit moved its hub to Hamden six years ago, it left the cavernous former bus depot at 470 James St. vacant, and it […]
February 25, 2016