Talia Soglin
Staff Reporter
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Dwight Hall adjusts to temporary move

As Dwight Hall’s Old Campus building undergoes a major renovation this year for the first time since 1930, the community service organization has been adjusting to its new location at 143 Elm St.

YNHH awarded apprenticeship grant

Yale New Haven Hospital’s Nurse Residency Apprenticeship Program, a workplace training program for recently graduated nurses, has received a grant from the U.S. Department of […]

Getting Cheddar with Age

Sylvia Sobocinski shows me a dated black-and-white photograph hanging on the wall of the Caseus cheese shop in New Haven. In the photo are three […]

Dems dominate alder elections

Despite an upset in Ward 21, the New Haven Board of Alders will remain predominantly Democratic after Tuesday’s election. All 30 seats on the Board […]

City adds jobs amid statewide decline

Connecticut posted a net job loss in September for the third month in a row, according to new data released by the Connecticut Department of […]

New Haven Columbus statue vandalized

A statue of Christopher Columbus in Wooster Square was vandalized last weekend in the run-up to Columbus Day, sparking a range of reactions from residents. According […]

Minimum marriage age takes effect

A new state law raising the minimum age for marriage in Connecticut took effect on Sunday. The law establishes 16 as the minimum age for […]

Budget would cut election funds

Provisions in a new budget would eliminate the Citizens’ Election Program.

Elm City growth exception to CT’s slow growth

Updated population projections released by the Connecticut State Data Center at the University of Connecticut predicted slow growth overall, but with interior cities such as […]