Yale Prison Education Initiative to extend curriculum to a second prison and hold first graduation ceremony

With a $1.5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation, YPEI now has the capacity to offer a wider range of courses, establish a fellows program and partner with the University of New Haven.

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.

ULA urges boycott of Pizza House, citing worker abuse

Following a report from a former employee of verbal and physical abuse, ULA has launched a boycott of Pizza House.

New Haven’s first violence prevention coordinator reflects on resignation

Four months after being appointed, Reuel Parks resigned from the violence prevention coordinator position.

Board of Alders reappoints two Board of Police Commissioners members for second term

During the Aldermanic Affairs Committee meeting, New Haven lawyers and professors Michael Lawlor and Tracey Meares were reappointed to the Board of Police Commissioners.

Internal affairs investigation concludes officers involved in Cox case violated NHPD policy

Officers involved in the incident were cited in the IA report for not having their body cameras on during the incident, improperly using a phone while driving and lying to investigators.

NHPD Chief recommends dismissal of officers involved in Randy Cox case

The Board of Police Commissioners will now hear the case and make a final decision on firing the officers involved.

Four months in, New Haven leaders praise crisis team’s progress

The team has responded to almost 300 calls and is planning to expand its hours in July, but has also faced challenges connecting residents to services

Two arrested for local shooting as NHPD reviews reporting procedures to New Haven Schools

Ten New Haven Schools were forced into a lockdown on Monday after shots were fired between two cars a block behind Science Hill.

Police make arrests after drive-by shooting behind Science Hill forces 10 schools into lockdown

New Haven police tracked down the two cars they suspect were involved and arrested three men in connection with the shooting.

Student hit by vehicle at York-Elm intersection hospitalized for injuries

The 18-year-old student was crossing the intersection during a green light late Saturday night, according to New Haven police, when she was struck by a pick-up truck.