Taylor Lasley
Staff Reporter
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DeStefano still not longest-serving mayor

John DeStefano Jr. may have won his ninth election as New Haven’s mayor Tuesday night, but he is still not the city’s longest serving mayor. […]

NHPD program teaches citizens about policing

Over 30 New Haven residents sat on the edge of their seats at a lecture hall in the New Haven Police Academy building on Wednesday, […]

Homeless share tales

Four formerly homeless people gathered in the Branford Common Room last night to share their stories of homelessness with over 20 Yale students and to […]

Chamber honors Alexander

Yale students who have walked down Broadway, Chapel or Audubon streets and observed the variety of local businesses can thank Bruce Alexander ’65, whom the […]

Cancer hospital to create jobs, traffic in congested area

Today’s opening of the Smilow Cancer Center will create both new jobs and more traffic. With more than 25,000 people in the Greater New Haven […]

DeLauro weighs in on East Haven mayor’s dispute

U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro and a national feminist group are defending the mayor of East Haven against what the organization claims is gender discrimination. Last […]

SOM proposal submitted

Yale is one step closer to starting construction on the new School of Management campus. Michael Morand ’87 DIV ’93, University associate vice president for […]

Girlie Girl Shop opens on Audubon

Nestled between vacant storefronts in New Haven’s struggling Audubon District, a “world of fashion and fun” has found a home. About 40 guests noshed on […]

Lasley: Olympic Overflow

While I personally held no stock in Chicago’s 2016 Olympic bid, I couldn’t help but feel a twang of patriotic disappointment when Rio was announced […]

Cemetery wall alteration plan withdrawn

The proposal to alter the walls of the Grove Street Cemetery has been withdrawn, the cemetery’s governing committee said Tuesday. Ending a six-month debate over […]

Asomugha takes on community services job

Last month, New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. appointed pediatrician Chisara Asomugha as the city’s new community services administrator. Asomugha’s predecessor, Kica Matos, focused on […]