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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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.

Who’s running and how to vote in the November elections

The Connecticut governor, as well as state and federal legislators across the country, will be on the ballot.

CT Folk Fest spotlights musicians, sustainable vendors

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the strumming of banjos and acoustic guitars once again filled Edgerton Park for the annual CT Folk […]

New Haven gets rolling on pedestrian, cycling and transit infrastructure

The citywide active transportation plan, which was approved by the Board of Alders on Tuesday, will support future developments and grant applications.

Many New Haveners to see property tax increases after revaluation

In his budget for the fiscal year 2022-23, the mayor is proposing a five year phase-in for the tax increase — however, some are still concerned about the impact it will have on homeowners and renters.

Acting New Haven Police Chief Renee Dominguez asked to step down by state judge, accused of illegally occupying role

A judge ordered NHPD Acting Chief Renee Dominguez to vacate her role in accordance with the city charter following a lawsuit brought against her.

Two New Haveners join race for state treasurer

Karen DuBois-Walton and Erick Russell say they’re ready to manage Connecticut’s finances.

GreenSkills program provides street trees, second chances

William Tisdale arrived at Gateway Community College early on a Tuesday morning to plant trees. The job was strenuous and the weather was rainy, but […]

Municipal employees union demands new contract after two years with little progress

Members of Local 884 raised concerns about unresponsive city administrators and inadequate pay at a City Services and Environmental Policy committee meeting.