A tropical storm was a reminder that in a showdown between climate change and Tweed airport, climate change could win.
FAA approves blueprint for Tweed airport expansion
Federal aviation officials have approved the blueprint for a major expansion at Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport.
For work and family, some vaccine holdouts decide to get the shot
Whether their jobs required it or because family members encouraged them, about a dozen holdouts decided to get vaccinated Monday.
Borrowing to build: Tweed New Haven expansion deal comes with financial risk
Tweed New Haven Airport could be poised for a comeback, but the airport is also facing new financial risks.
Nation’s first ‘net zero’ hotel takes shape in New Haven
Developer Bruce Becker ‘recycles’ the old Pirelli building into an all-electric and sustainable hotel.
Connecticut confirms two cases of new U.K. coronavirus variant
Marylou Oshana, clinical supervisor at Hartford HealthCare, puts on a face shield before the distribution of the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Two New Haven County residents under the age of 25 have tested positive for a new, more transmissible variant of SARS-CoV-2, the type of coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Medical experts say this variant, scientifically […]
New Haven election worker tests positive for coronavirus; State-wide rate around 4%
An election worker in New Haven has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting other employees to quarantine.
As COVID cases continue to increase, Hartford joins other school districts in changing learning models
Some of the biggest school districts in the state are adjusting their in-person learning plans as COVID-19 cases have spiked.
FBI probes New Haven city contract; Harp wiretapped, says fraudster tried to set her up
An accused money launderer handed Toni Harp an envelope filled with cash. A city contract followed. The rest is murky.
Dismantle racism? Start in the classroom, teachers say
Around Connecticut, teachers are forming grassroots groups to help one another instill antiracist principles in their pedagogy.
Scuffles between opposing protesters mark removal of New Haven’s Columbus statue
The statue has come down after more than 125 years—to both cheers and laments.
Thousands in New Haven march for racial justice
It was one of many protests around the nation Friday sparked by the killing of black people by police.
As COVID continues, so will high school graduations
Outdoor, in-person graduations for up to 150 students will be allowed as early as July 6 if current trends continue.
Lamont challenged after seventh inmate dies from coronavirus
An additional 34 people died from the disease Wednesday, while hospitalizations continued their decline.
Lawsuit challenging Lamont executive order rejected by federal judge
The judge cited prior rulings upholding a state’s right to protect the public health and safety in emergencies.