In her path to recovery from abuse and trauma, Lana Sicilia rediscovered herself and her love for the arts during the pandemic.
April 29, 2022
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.
The new program, which is a partnership between city, state and federal officials, will engage formerly incarcerated citizens who are at amplified risk of being the victims or perpetrators of gun violence.
April 18, 2022
The city and state struggled to distribute a flood of long-needed funding that they received to address housing insecurity amid the pandemic. These investments are now ending as part of a nationwide “return to normalcy.”
April 14, 2022
In the contested race for Secretary of the State, Thomas is running on a platform of civic education and voter access.
April 13, 2022
Although the Board of Alders voted unanimously in favor of the new deal between Yale and the city, some shared reservations about what the future of the town-gown relationship will hold.
April 5, 2022
Kevin Stratton will be the new head of New Haven’s emergency 911 Public Safety Answering Point, while Tomi Veale will be the acting director of the Department of Elderly Services.
March 27, 2022
Residents reacted to Mayor Elicker’s new proposed budget at a town hall on Wednesday night, where concerns about property tax increases dominated the discussion.
March 11, 2022
Fire chief John Alston has officially been reappointed by the Board of Alders after a contentious public hearing last Monday.
March 7, 2022
Fire Chief John Alston, whose reappointment was requested by Mayor Justin Elicker in January, was criticized for faulty equipment and the department’s “low morale.”
March 3, 2022
Starting March 7, New Haveners will no longer be required to wear masks in the city’s restaurants, shops, bars and gyms.
February 28, 2022