Homelessness service providers push state senate for increased funding

Last Friday, the Connecticut State Appropriations Committee held a public hearing for S.B. 340 — a bill legislators hope will adjust funding for homelessness service […]

Margaret Middleton, Columbus House CEO, testifying at the public hearing for S.B. 340. Screenshot from CT-N coverage.
Yale Community Health Care Van vaccinates underserved populations, religious communities

As students and New Haven residents scramble to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments, one 40-foot-long van and a team of health care workers are driving vaccine […]

A medical worker fills up a syringe with a COVID-19 vaccine.
Student vaccinations in New Haven off to a tumultuous start

Yale students became eligible for vaccinations in the state of Connecticut on Thursday, but many students are struggling to make appointments. Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont […]

A YNHH sign directs viewers to a vaccination site.
How to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Connecticut

Connecticut residents between the ages of 16 and 45 are eligible to sign up for vaccines beginning Thursday, which means that most Yale students in […]

Mourning Our Losses honors over 2,800 lives lost behind bars during the pandemic

On Saturday afternoon, Mourning Our Losses, a national organization dedicated to honoring individuals who have died in prisons, held their second virtual vigil of the […]

Lamont makes vaccine appointments available next week, Yale encourages students to pursue appointments elsewhere

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has fast-tracked the state’s vaccine rollout, making Connecticut residents over 16 eligible for the vaccine by April 1. But the University […]

A medical worker fills a syringe with a COVID-19 vaccine dose.
ULA, Black and Brown United in Action hold rally, candlelight vigil on pandemic loss, hardship

Members of Unidad Latina en Acción gathered on Monday for a vigil, lighting 186 candles: one for each New Haven resident who has died of […]

Yale, New Haven community mobilizes against anti-Asian violence

In the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings that killed eight people — six of them women of Asian descent — the Yale and New Haven […]

A screenshot of the AACC vigil with the names and photos of some of the victims of the Atlanta shootings
Two local organizations partner to distribute PPE to 56 refugee families

On Saturday, 14 volunteers from Elena’s Light and PPE4ALL drove from house to house distributing masks, face shields and disinfectant products to refugee families across […]

Residents discuss Lighthouse Road walkability at public input session

Walkability is the name of the game for New Haven officials who are aiming to improve traffic safety along Lighthouse Road. The road is the […]

‘Every last door’: Fair Haven organizers continue vaccination campaign

After Fair Haven Community Health Care saw a massive swell of support at its new vaccine campaign kick-off event on Saturday, community members continued to […]

Fair Haven residents Darlene Casella and Sofia Tecocoatzi, who met for the first time on Sunday, teamed up to offer vaccine appointments to their neighbors in both English and Spanish.