Crèches from around the world on display at McGivney Pilgrimage Center

The Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center, a museum run by the Knights of Columbus, unveiled two crèche-themed exhibits for the Christmas season.

Q House plans upcoming centennial celebration, reviews programming successes

In their November meeting, Q House board members announced contributions to the Dixwell and Newhallville neighborhoods including arts performances and a college fair.

Democratic Socialists of America stage pro-union protest at Chapel Street Starbucks

The Yale and New Haven DSA chapters coordinated a call campaign against the Starbucks regional office, encouraging customers to speak out against union busting by the company.

Nonprofit seeks to build new non-congregate shelter 

Columbus House, an organization that provides shelter services to unhoused people in Connecticut, applied to the New Haven Board of Zoning Appeals for approval to build a new non-congregate housing facility.

New Haven holds Veterans Day Ceremony 

New Haven honors all who have served through Veterans Day Ceremony at City Hall. Online subhead: At City Hall, American Legion New Haven Post 210 and Mayor Justin Elicker commemorated veterans with speakers and music ensembles.

What’s on view at the New Haven Museum?

Exhibitions including “Profiles,” “FACTORY” and “Signs of the Time” showcase New Haven’s history.

After receiving second city order to remove tiny homes, homelessness activist discusses next steps 

Mark Coleville, founder of the Rosette Village Neighborhood Collective, maintained that he would not comply with the city’s request.

Unidad Latina en Acción hosts annual Día de los Muertos celebration

ULA — a New Haven organization that supports Latine immigrants — dedicated their parade to community members who have recently passed.

Farmers market and arts market bring food and crafts to Westville

The CitySeed Farmers Market and Westville Arts Market joined together in Edgewood Park on Sunday morning.

The Friends Center for Children expands free housing facilities for low-wage educators 

Two new single mothers and their children will move into the newest complex sponsored by the Teacher Housing Initiative.

PROFILE: Unidad Latina en Acción defends the rights of New Haven’s immigrant community

Unidad Latina en Acción has spent more than two decades pushing for political and legal change for Latines in New Haven. They attend immigration court, lead protests and challenge politicians, inviting conflict along the way.