This just in: After a day and night of Obamacare-style tech glitches beyond its command, the “Great Give” is back up and running for day two — and we’re broadcasting it all live at the 36-hour WNHH radiothon to make up for lost time.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday accuses Rabbi Daniel Greer — who revived a declining neighborhood and has publicly crusaded against gay rights, prostitution, and coed university dorms — of repeatedly raping and molesting students at his yeshiva at Elm and Norton streets.
New Haven is preparing to outfit nearly every one of its cops with body cameras. But that means figuring out an unintended challenge — how to handle an unexpected flood of Freedom of Information requests for footage.
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A crowd picketed outside the police station Sunday the morning after cops pepper-sprayed a man outside a liquor store — and arrested and allegedly confiscated a phone from a friend who was video-recording the action.
Eric Rowe was having an otherwise normal week when, on his walk home from work, he made a discovery that rocked his boat: Four different New Haven bars offer dollar oysters on Wednesdays during happy hour.
For Rowe, an Indiana transplant who had developed an affinity for seafood, especially shellfish, after his move to the East Coast in 2012, this wasn’t just good news. It was cause for an oyster crawl. And some research into a one-time pearl of New Haven’s economy.
Yale’s president upped the ante Wednesday in the battle over a proposed new state law, questioning New Haven elected officials’ motives and shifting the discussion from endangered symphony concerts to a putatively endangered local economy.