New Haven plans to redevelop State Street

The city has received state funding to narrow the road, creating more space for pedestrians, cyclists and housing.

Four months after being left partially paralyzed in New Haven Police van, Randy Cox prepares to sue

As a state-level investigation into the actions of NHPD officers continues, Cox’s legal team looks to bring negligence charges in a civil rights lawsuit.

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New Haven Pride Fest is back to New Haven Green

New Haven community joined in celebrating LGBTQ+ during the annual Pride Fest on the New Haven Green.

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Beloved cycling event returns to the Elm City

On Sept. 16, the New Haven Grand Prix returned for its sixth year as attendees enjoyed an evening of food, festivities and bicycle races.

Salsa in Ninth Square

Salsa in Ninth Square held a community-wide salsa night and social at Havenly Treats on Wednesday, featuring free dance lessons and a live DJ.

New farmers market brings fresh local produce to the Dixwell community

The market, which operates every Wednesday from 3-6 p.m. in Daniel Stewart Plaza, offers Dixwell residents easy and affordable access to food products from local farms and small businesses in New Haven.

College Street Music Hall draws crowds from across Connecticut

Since opening in 2015, the hall has navigated the COVID-19 pandemic and a labor dispute while solidifying its spot as one of the premiere indie rock venues in the state.

Dwight Community Fridge opens, aims to encourage kinship between Yale students and New Haven

The Dwight Community Fridge recently opened at the YMCA Daycare Center.

New Haven Pride Center kicks off pride week with Drag Artist Story Hour

The New Haven Pride Center kicked off pride week by inviting two Connecticut-based drag artists to read queer-focused stories to children on Sunday morning.

Miscommunication complicates police investigation into suspected hate crime outside Davenport College

New details from police and witnesses have emerged about the suspected hate crime that occurred on York Street in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Yale housing shortages may cause displacement in the Elm City

With more and more upperclassmen forced off campus and into select New Haven areas, many residents have been “priced out” in turn.