Chocolate milk, banned for the last decade, is making a return to the iceboxes of New Haven’s high school cafeterias. Twice a week.
A month after immigration activists heckled her at a rally, New Haven Mayor Toni Harp surprised them last week by announcing a new sanctuary-style executive order to protect the legal rights of the undocumented.
A slew of lesser-known education bills could change the way kids learn.
The challenge: convince well-connected Hispanic politicos why you’re the best candidate to represent them in statewide office — and do it in under one minute.
Ana María Rivera-Forastieri and John Lugo address the New Haven rally. About two weeks ago, Marco Mendieta, a 24-year-old undocumented immigrant living in the Quinnipiac Meadows neighborhood, was arraigned in New Haven’s state Superior Court for breaking a traffic law. A judge released him without bail, accepting Mendieta’s promise to appear at the next hearing. […]
New Haven’s labor unions are flexing their political muscle to back MGM Resorts’s proposed casino in Bridgeport, as a showdown begins over tribal nations’ competing plans.
Thirty New Haven police officers have begun their training on when to turn on their new body-worn cameras — the start of a technological shift in how they patrol the city — and one that police officials call a step toward transparency, accountability and trust.
Opioids overdoses killed so many people in the past year that Connecticut’s forensic examiners ran out of cooler space for the bodies. And yet professionals at the front lines of the crisis reported on a few reasons for hope.
At his confirmation hearing Wednesday, Wray vowed to resist political pressure and preserve the agency’s integrity. Those who knew him during his New Haven days, from both sides of the aisle, portrayed him in interviews as true to that image.
They both grew up in New Haven and were educated at Hopkins School and Yale. Now they find themselves on opposite sides of a legal drama that has riveted the nation: the special counsel’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible collusion with Russia to sway the 2016 election and any possible subsequent coverup.