Sarah Bruley
Staff Reporter
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Jovin investigators seek public input

Sixteen years after the body of Suzanne Jovin ’99 was found on the corner of Edgehill and East Rock Roads, the team still investigating her murder is calling on New Haven residents for information that could help identify a culprit.

Demand for police accountability amplified

Following the no-indictment decision in the Eric Garner case, New Haven residents and Yale students will rally on the corner of Church and Chapel Streets to protest police brutality on Friday afternoon.

Three firings in Yale Security put labor relations in focus

Yale Security employee Joy McAllister was babysitting her infant nephews on the morning of Oct. 31 when her boss called and ordered her to report for an unscheduled shift that night.

Lockdown lifted at Albertus Magnus

One year after Yale lockdown.

Bicyclists present robbery threat

While police report that violent crime on campus and in the city is on the decline, students have reported being robbed on multiple occasions this semester by groups of teenagers, who sometimes don Halloween masks, riding bicycles.

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.

City sees 12th homicide

First case in months.

UNH debuts co-op program

Starting this January, New Haven’s public service departments will usher in student interns from the University of New Haven in the debut of its Public Safety Cooperative Work/Education Program.

Suspected homicide accomplice arrested

According to a Sunday email sent by New Haven Police Department spokesman David Hartman, 28-year-old New Haven resident Joseph Mirvil was shot little over one mile away from campus in the Malcom Court section of the Church Street South housing complex on Sept. 18, 2012.

DOE reports high crime for Yale

Recent U.S. Department of Education data has pinned Yale as one of the more dangerous college campuses in Connecticut — but some Yalies say this does not align with their experiences.

Yale student chases robber

William Genova ’15 jump-started his week by chasing down a burglar.