Noah Kim
Staff Reporter
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Alders to decide whether to extend bike lane

At their next scheduled meeting in two weeks, the Board of Alders will vote on whether to allow Mayor Toni Harp to authorize easements extending the Farmington Canal Heritage Greenway, a bike lane that cuts through private property on several streets throughout the city.

Esserman to offer assistance in St. Louis County

New Haven Police Department Chief Dean Esserman will be one of a handful of current and former police chiefs from across the country involved in a yearlong assignment to offer technical assistance and advice to St. Louis County.

Graduate housing project moves forward

Moving one step closer to completing a building intended for graduate student housing on Elm Street, Yale submitted a request for a variance and special exception from zoning regulations to the Board of Zoning Appeals yesterday.

Report analyzes New Haven immigration

A recent report commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven challenges widespread assumptions about immigration in the Elm City.

Board votes to expand medical marijuana coverage

In its first official decision since its formation, the Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program Board of Physicians voted yesterday to expand the list of conditions treated legally through medical marijuana.

Downtown Crossing breaks ground

Yesterday, city and state officials joined community leaders in launching a long-awaited construction venture.

Cabaret show abandons dialogue for music

A new show at the Yale Cabaret will offer a fresh interpretation of music compositions from centuries ago.

Elm City Market leadership faces lawsuit

Following the Elm City Cooperative Market’s foreclosure in September, one board member of the former co-op, Bruce Becker, is filing suit against the market's former leadership.

Africa week brings challenges to the fore

Despite their recent efforts to reach out to the Yale community through a week full of events celebrating African culture on campus, many African students still feel misrepresented at the University.

Developer withdraws plans for new Marriott

Facing widespread community opposition, Newport Hotel Group has withdrawn its plans to build a Residence Inn hotel at the corner of Elm and Howe Streets, although it plans to apply again.

YLS conference talks health law

Fifty years after the passage of Medicare and Medicaid, and four years after the passage of the landmark Affordable Care Act, the Yale Law School hosted a conference to examine the current state of health law in the United States.