City progresses towards replacing Wooster Square monument

As New Haven celebrated both Indigenous Peoples Day and Italian Heritage Day last week, Elm City officials and community members made progress towards approving a […]

Rally in solidarity with Haiti defends undocumented migrants

On Friday, city residents gathered at the New Haven Green to proclaim solidarity with Haiti, as images of immigrants attempting to cross the U.S. border […]

Volunteers lead “Week of Caring,” install flower beds at Dr. Reginald Mayo Early Childhood School

This week, volunteers from two New Haven area nonprofits, Common Ground and United Way, led their second annual “Week of Caring” — a series of community […]

Westville prepares for potential Yale-Harvard game parking violations

Westville residents and officials are bracing for parking problems and traffic clogging around the Yale Bowl at the Yale-Harvard football game next month.  At the […]

DataHaven survey shows Connecticut residents’ well-being

Connecticut residents have experienced a modest increase in financial well-being, a decrease in mask-wearing since last year and a change in levels of trust in […]

New photography exhibition captures pandemic life and cityscape

On Wednesday, the New Haven Museum on 114 Whitney Ave. opened a new exhibit that displays snippets of the pandemic’s impact on the Elm City […]

Community protest on New Haven Green celebrates Indigenous people

On Tuesday, community voices rang out across the Green as New Haveners led a ceremony celebrating Indigenous culture and calling on Congress to welcome migrants.  […]

Fair Haven Community Management Team discusses violence prevention, conservation projects

During a virtual meeting on Thursday evening, the Fair Haven Community Management Team discussed updates on community environmental projects as well as challenges that the […]

New Haven Night Market showcases local artisans and entrepreneurs

On Friday night, the New Haven Night Market — an annual evening bazaar hosted by Town Green District — featured a myriad of New Haven artisans, […]

Exhibit opens honoring life and art of Winfred Rembert, long-time New Haven resident

Oppenheimer speaks to Jewish Community Center of Greater New Haven on new book on Squirrel Hill community’s healing process

With the approaching anniversary of the Oct. 27, 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting — the deadliest antisemitic attack in U.S.history  — English lecturer Mark Oppenheimer ’96 […]