New Haven sent a signal by firing officers who paralyzed Randy Cox — with different interpretations of what that signal is.
Hotel Marcel in New Haven received a LEED Platinum certification plaque this week. It’s the 10th hotel ever to earn that status.
The family of police-paralyzed Randy Cox and the city of New Haven have committed to try settling a lawsuit against the city outside of court.
Elicker became the first to announce for the position. But at least four other potential candidates have been exploring challenges.
There will be hell to pay for screwing up ticket sales to Taylor Swift’s first tour in four years if Sen. Richard Blumenthal has his way.
New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker reported that the city’s COMPASS team has responded to 23 incidents since hitting the street on Nov. 1.
“There is an indifference” to child poverty in Congress, she says.
An accused money launderer handed Toni Harp an envelope filled with cash. A city contract followed. The rest is murky.
“Between the edges of panic and reason is where corruption spawns,” the complainant’s attorney says.
Hugs are out. Hand sanitizer, in. Those are among the new realities of burying loved ones in the Age of COVID-19. I learned about those realities this week when we buried my brother.
Justin Elicker has taken the oath of office as New Haven’s 51st mayor with an inauguration — and with symbolic gestures — promising an era of change.
“I’m in it to win it,” New Haven Mayor Toni Harp has declared.
U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro would rather talk about e-cigarettes, women’s wages, and health care. But first there’s this impeachment business — a topic she now feels Congress can no longer ignore.
New Haven Mayor Toni Harp has made her long-awaited decision: You can still vote for her in November. But she’s not asking you to.
New Haven Mayor Toni Harp’s administration has received a wide-ranging subpoena to produce records for a federal investigation.