Stephanie Addenbrooke
Staff Reporter
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New documents shed light on Carlisle’s death

Newly released documents from the New Haven Police Department, published by Gawker early Wednesday, shed new light on the circumstances that led to a stabbing and student suicide in May.

Arson suspected in AEPi fire

Overnight fires on Crown Street, which displaced students living in off-campus housing and members of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, may have been started intentionally.

Eidelson, other alders aim to rectify CRB’s absence

Guests to the city of New Haven’s website may presume that the Elm City has an active Civilian Review Board, which tackles conversations of police misconduct across the city and seeks to address citizens’ concerns.

Fires damage Crown Street houses

New Haven's police and fire departments are investigating a series of external fires on Crown Street that displaced students living in off-campus housing and the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.

Ward 1 candidates outline policing policies

Crime and policing have taken a newfound place in the spotlight in the race for Ward 1.

Community leaders welcome new district manager

Only a week into his role as the New Haven Police Department’s newest district manager, Sergeant Roy Davis already knows where he wants to focus his efforts: the New Haven Green.

After summer incident, campus weapons policy questioned

When students received an email on Aug. 27 from Janet Lindner, Yale’s deputy vice president for human resources and administration, reminding them that possessing a weapon while on campus is strictly forbidden, most of them discarded it as irrelevant.

Firefighters file suit against city

One hundred seventy-four firefighters in the New Haven Fire Department are suing the city in federal court, alleging that their overtime compensation has been grossly miscalculated.

After racist post, NHFD suspends lieutenant

The New Haven Fire Department has suspended one of its firefighters after finding racist comments posted on his Facebook page.

2019 by the numbers: Confronting class at Yale

When asked to identify the social issue that they feel most divides the United States, 54 percent of freshmen chose “race.” But further analysis shows the second-most popular response, “class,” more directly shades students’ plans for the years ahead.

Are we safe?

Lance is back.