Mayoral candidates report first quarter campaign fund hauls

Incumbent Mayor Justin Elicker leads the pack of mayoral candidates with roughly $200,000 raised.

NHPD investigates antisemitic flyers targeting SOM student

The flyers, which were posted around New Haven and Hamden last month, attacked Robert Lucas for his efforts to rename Whitney Avenue after Black academic Edward Bouchet.

Yale announces joint research initiative with state of Connecticut

The University and the State will work together to identify ways to better fight climate change and strengthen Medicaid coverage in the state. 

Connecticut, Southern New England Planned Parenthood make contingency plans for Mifepristone ban

In the wake of two contradicting decisions on revoking or preserving the abortion pill’s FDA approval, Connecticut state legislators and leaders discussed their plans to try to ensure access to Mifepristone in the state.

Walter Morton hosts first fundraiser after announcing bid for Hamden mayor

Morton, a veteran and former legislative director for Hamden, currently serves on Hamden’s Board of Education.

Local bus riders express frustration with return of bus fares

After a year of free bus trips throughout the state, New Haveners — many of whom do not have access to private vehicles — must now pay for rides.

Elicker and Salovey evaluate city-University collaboration at press conference

City and University officials announced a search for an executive director and provided a broad outline of the Center for Inclusive Growth’s goals to support New Haven entrepreneurs.

Datahaven report reveals soaring racial, economic, regional disparities in local residents’ general wellbeing

Spanning issues related to life factors like health, housing and access to education, the report aims to mobilize policymakers.

Voting advocates, state legislators work to put Connecticut on the “cutting edge” of voter accessibility

State Legislators are working to finalize details around multiple bills to cement access to the ballot in Connecticut.

Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz launches 22-state reproductive caucus

Bysiewicz and other lieutenant governors plan on sharing legislative and executive proposals to protect reproductive rights.

New Haven’s unhoused population endures a winter with decreased shelter capacity

As waitlists for shelter beds grow, people experiencing homelessness turn to warming centers and tent cities as alternative means of surviving the cold.