Zeke Miller
Few city children are uninsured

Compared to those who live in neighboring cities, New Haven residents fare relatively well in terms of insurance coverage, new data suggest. According to newly […]


Raymond Clark III, a Yale animal lab technician, was arrested Thursday morning and charged with the murder of Annie Le GRD ’13, a 24-year-old doctoral […]

More jobs lost in Connecticut

Connecticut lost 3,700 jobs in the month of August, according to the Labor Situation Report released by the state Thursday afternoon. Last month’s losses brought […]


Raymond Clark III was arrested this morning and charged with the murder of Annie Le GRD ’13, authorities announced Thursday. New Haven Police Department Chief […]

Experts: YUHS a model for health care reform

While debate over national health care reform rages in Washington, administrators at the Yale Health Plan are finding answers close to home. In interviews, past […]

Eight years later, a quiet campus on Sept. 11

Eight years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, war rages on in the Middle East. But at Yale, one would be hard-pressed to notice. […]

Briefly: Report says state’s minorities disproportionately unemployed

Minority residents of Connecticut are bearing the brunt of the economic recession, according to a report released Friday by the advocacy and research group Connecticut […]

Law School alum quits White House post amid scandal

A Yale Law school alumnus charged by President Barack Obama to promote environmentally friendly “green jobs” resigned this weekend amid what he termed a “vicious […]

Budget cuts for New Haven ‘manageable,’ DeStefano says

The Connecticut budget that goes into effect this weekend will have only a small effect on New Haven, but its impact on organizations providing social […]

Fire engulfs Chapel Street apartment building

A three-alarm fire broke out at 1255 Chapel St. between Howe Street and Dwight Street this evening, engulfing the multistory apartment building in flames and […]

‘I did what I thought was right,’ Lieberman says of endorsing McCain

One year ago today, Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 gave the riskiest speech of his political life — a glowing endorsement of Sen. […]