On Monday morning, local runners seized Labor Day as an opportunity to race and raise funds for local charities in the 46th annual New Haven Road Race.
September 5, 2023
2023 marks the fifth year of NXTHVN’s fellowship for artists and curators.
After 16 of its members were served notices to quit, the Blake Street Tenants Union is accusing Ocean Management of retaliation against the union.
August 31, 2023
The city’s Housing Authority voted to convert the New Haven Clock Company building into affordable housing units to mitigate the ongoing housing crisis.
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.
May 18, 2023
Manning highlighted her research process and inspiration for her latest novel, “Gilded Mountain,” during a discussion at the hotel on Tuesday afternoon.
April 28, 2023
Among Black and Latino New Haveners, fatal overdoses have skyrocketed during COVID-19
April 27, 2023
Representatives from various local organizations gathered at Albertus Magnus College to discuss responses to climate change in New Haven on Monday evening.
April 21, 2023
Following the FDA’s authorization of over-the-counter naloxone, New Haven prepares to roll out over-the-counter Narcan.
The employee, who turned herself in to NHPD last Friday, now has a $5,000 court bond.
April 19, 2023
ooster Square Cherry Blossom Committee hosted musicians, food trucks and vendors for their annual festival this Sunday.
April 17, 2023