The quest to develop the supercomputers of the future is now taking place in part at a lab in New Haven.
A quest was hatched in the bowels of New Haven’s downtown library to Make Democracy Great Again — by changing how Connecticut votes. Some 50 Democrats, independents, Green and Working Family Party members showed up for a meeting about launching a statewide campaign to bring “ranked-choice voting” (RCV) to the state.
Don’t know what to do in the face of the scrutiny brought to bear by the #MeToo movement? Founder Tarana Burke offered a suggestion: Use some common sense.
With a shout of “Yes we can!” and the toss of some dirt, politicians and New Haven city officials launched the building of what will be the Barack H. Obama Magnet University School on the Southern Connecticut State University campus.
The length of the runway at Tweed New Haven airport was the source of a contentious debate between the facility’s neighbors and advocates of economic growth.
New Haven State Rep. Juan Candelaria got to see firsthand last week the face of opposition to his proposal to legalize recreational use of marijuana: It is suburban. And possibly wearing braces.
Hundreds of immigrant rights activists took to the streets of Fair Haven to celebrate — rather than protest as planned — after a 43-year-old woman taking sanctuary in a neighborhood church won a stay allowing her to remain in the country.
After nine days of consuming nothing but water, Yale graduate student-teacher fasters have made their first substitution in their campaign to bring the university to the bargaining table.
State and city officials, along with a chorus of community activists, offered starkly competing visions last week at a state legislative hearing room as a dispute over the future of New Haven’s Union Station burst into public view.
Over the next five years, the Connecticut Department of Children and Family Services, the Department of Public Health and the City of New Haven will receive $4 million in federal funds to prove that providing integrated physical and mental health services improves outcomes for the city’s youngest children.