A planned expansion of Tweed New Haven took a big step forward Wednesday, as the Morris Cove airport’s board members voted to approve a new 43-year lease and development agreement with a private company.
New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker wants to spend $3.8 million of federal relief on placing 500 new surveillance cameras citywide.
A court battle over a landlord’s alleged theft offers a glimpse into how internationally backed real estate deals take shape.
Health director: “We will not tolerate individuals that disregard the lives of the people that we serve.”
Tweed New Haven Airport unveiled plans to add parking and renovate existing buildings into separate spaces for departures and arrivals.
New Haven’s mayor is “exploring” a vaccination mandate for city employees, and is encouraging residents to wear masks indoors.
Whether their jobs required it or because family members encouraged them, about a dozen holdouts decided to get vaccinated Monday.
Deal between the city and Tweed includes a longer runway, new terminal, and keeping “New Haven” in the airport’s name.
How does it spend $136 million in federal pandemic relief without getting hooked on the short-term dough?
On Monday night, commissioners held their final public hearing on a two-pronged rezoning proposal looking to make it easier for developers to build multi-family affordable housing in Woodbridge.
Can a town’s laws be racist even if they do not explicitly state: “No Blacks Allowed?”
Local musician Smitty featured in the city’s Mask Up campaign, among growing efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus. New Haven City Hall has pulled the plug on a planned “mask census” to track how many people are wearing COVID protective face coverings — and then figure out how to get more to comply. […]
Jason Santiago is accused of kicking and punching a handcuffed suspect. He has also been praised for bravery on duty.
Natalie Kikkenborg is beginning to feel like herself again three weeks after the 36-year-old’s temperature shot up to 102.
New Haven police have begun distributing free plastic baggies of clean needles, sterile glass pipes, and information about local drug rehabilitation services to those released from their lock up as part of a new initiative to use “harm reduction” principles to curb addiction.