First African American history museum in the state to move into Sterling’s childhood home

The Ruby & Fletcher African American Museum is set to move into the childhood home of John William Sterling — the namesake of Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library — next spring.

Author Kate Manning ’79 speaks about writing process in talk at the Study Hotel

Manning highlighted her research process and inspiration for her latest novel, “Gilded Mountain,” during a discussion at the hotel on Tuesday afternoon.

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Among Black and Latino New Haveners, fatal overdoses have skyrocketed during COVID-19

Local leaders share novel approaches to climate change at conference

Representatives from various local organizations gathered at Albertus Magnus College to discuss responses to climate change in New Haven on Monday evening.

Bicyclists ride through a park.
New Haven plans for late summer distribution of Narcan

Following the FDA’s authorization of over-the-counter naloxone, New Haven prepares to roll out over-the-counter Narcan.

City Hall employee arrested for alleged $11,400 overtime pay grift

The employee, who turned herself in to NHPD last Friday, now has a $5,000 court bond.

New Haven 50th annual Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival

ooster Square Cherry Blossom Committee hosted musicians, food trucks and vendors for their annual festival this Sunday.

YSPH study links rental assistance with increased food security and nutrition

A recent report from the YSPH Housing and Health Equity Lab examined the health implications of high rent costs and rental assistance programs.

Role of New Haven public libraries debated after proposed department shift

New Haven public libraries are preparing to enter the Community Services Administration while continuing to promote information accessibility for the New Haven community.

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.

Yale affiliates and New Haveners honored for strengthening city-University relationship at Elm-Ivy Awards

Recipient programs have engaged local students, trained Yalies as mentors and worked to combat food insecurity in the city.