Talia Soglin
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Lamont appoints housing expert to BOE

Governor Ned Lamont appointed Karen Dubois-Walton ’89 — one of New Haven’s most prominent voices on affordable housing — to the State Board of Education […]

City looks to settle lead lawsuit

The monthslong legal saga surrounding the city’s enforcement of its lead law may be nearing an end as the new mayoral administration looks for ways […]

ANALYSIS: Housing goals under a new administration

In early January, members of newly inaugurated Mayor Justin Elicker’s transition team released a 56-page report of recommendations for the mayor’s first 100 days in […]

CT conducts Point-in-Time Count

Around 400 volunteers canvassed Connecticut’s streets early Wednesday morning to conduct the state’s annual Point-in-Time Count — an annual census of people experiencing homelessness in […]

Gant and the fabric of New Haven

Gant has been open for an hour or so, and the button-downs are still arranged in military-sharp stacks. The shirts are blue-green plaid and mint […]

Surbhi Bharadwaj
New city health director appointed

New Haven’s five-member Board of Health Commissioners approved Maritza Bond to head the city’s health department last week. Bond, who grew up in Fair Haven, […]

Alders strengthen lead ordinance requirements

The Board of Alders unanimously passed an amendment to the city’s controversial lead ordinance, which — with the addition of the word “shall” — now […]

Talia Soglin
Journalists lead housing discussion

A group of about 20 community members and reporters gathered in the back room of Koffee? on Audubon Street earlier in November to discuss access […]

CT sues over illegal asbestos site

Connecticut’s attorney general filed a motion of contempt on Friday against a Madison man accused of maintaining an illegal asbestos transfer station at his property […]

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Alders advance controversial lead law

Members of the Board of Alders’ legislation committee voted to advance controversial amendments to the city’s lead ordinance on Tuesday night. The same committee tabled […]

CT teachers report classroom environmental hazards

Moldy ceiling tiles, rodent feces, overheated classrooms — these are just a few of the environmental conditions some Connecticut teachers are reporting in the state’s […]