CT children covered by Husky health insurance will come into the world with access to state-funded trusts they can claim come adulthood.
New Haven is reviewing plans for five different dispensaries, the maximum number of dispensaries that the Board of Alders admitted per a cannabis zoning ordinance passed last year.
COMPASS, New Haven’s non-cop crisis response team, supports and transports homeless individuals at Union Station interested in a bed in a new shelter.
Union Station is becoming a default location for people in New Haven without housing amid a shortage of shelter beds and housing stock.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal renewed efforts to enact antitrust legislation to avoid anti-competitive practices by companies like Ticketmaster.
New Haven alders voted to spend federal money on affordable apartments and shelter space for the city’s unhoused residents.
Tweed New Haven Airport is adding 34 more parking spaces as environmentalists and neighbors continue to fight expansion of the airport.
The program has helped over 250 New Haveners dealing with homelessness, mental health issues or substance abuse in its first three months.
The state’s first slate of candidates running on a democratic socialist platform is taking office Nov. 28 in Hamden.