Sadie Bograd
Staff Reporter
Sadie Bograd covers Nonprofits and Social Services. Last year, she covered City Hall. Originally from Kentucky, she is a sophomore in Davenport College majoring in Urban Studies.
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UP CLOSE | “Meeting people where they are”: New Haven’s harm reductionists take new approach to drug overdose epidemic

Collab nonprofit brings mentorship, resources to aspiring entrepreneurs

The nonprofit’s accelerators have helped dozens of New Haveners find business success.

New Haven concludes first week of recreational cannabis sales

Affinity Health and Wellness, a former medical marijuana dispensary, has expanded into the adult-use market.

Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen receives $1.4 million in federal funding

DESK will use the money to renovate its drop-in center and expand services.

Yale Law School clinic sues Department of Veterans Affairs over racial discrimination

The clinic is representing Conley Monk Jr., a Black marine and New Haven resident who was denied veterans’ benefits.

New Haven homeless services scramble for resources as winter looms

The city has fewer shelter beds available and more people in need of assistance.

Q-House hosts celebration of life for Black Panther George Edwards

The longtime activist fought for racial justice and community welfare

New Haven launches outreach efforts for National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

The city’s lead program includes housing inspections, loans for renovations and free certifications for contractors.

Connecticut increases SNAP eligibility, benefits

An estimated 17,600 families statewide may become newly eligible for food assistance.

East Rock to turn empty lot into pocket park

The new park, named Mulberry Jam, will begin construction next month and could become a model for community-based parks projects across the city.

New Haven plans to redevelop State Street

The city has received state funding to narrow the road, creating more space for pedestrians, cyclists and housing.