by Allan Appel | Aug 10, 2017 12:12 pm | Comments (5)
If your doggie is not feeling well and perhaps breathing shallowly, please don’t call.
However if Fido is caught in a fire and unconscious from smoke inhalation, the New Haven Fire Department now just might be able to save its life.
Continue reading ‘Firefighters Equipped To Resuscitate Dogs’
by Markeshia Ricks | Aug 8, 2017 3:32 pm | Comments (32)
The Board of Alders Monday enabled one major project on Yale University’s development to-do list to move ahead and delayed another.
Continue reading ‘Yale Goes One For Two’
by Paul Bass | Aug 4, 2017 8:06 am | Comments (38)
An annual sweep turbocharged with a new statewide tool has led the city’s registrars of voters to remove more than 10 times as many people from the active rolls than in previous years.
Continue reading ‘25,015 Voters Removed From “Active” Rolls’
by Jon Greenberg | Aug 4, 2017 7:57 am | Comments (3)
The friends and colleagues of Orlando “Woody” Marcano, New Haven’s first Latino assistant fire chief, described him Thursday at his swearing in as a man of peculiar dedication: to his family, his faith and his department.
Continue reading ‘Marcano Sworn In As Assistant Fire Chief’
by Jon Greenberg | Aug 3, 2017 8:04 am | Comments (10)
Michelle Sepulveda, a former alder, once again has a seat on the Board of Alders.
Continue reading ‘A Familiar Face Returns’
by Paul Bass | Aug 2, 2017 12:16 pm | Comments (7)
An intern assigned to carry out an errand for a city official ended up in a fender-bender that earned him a police warning.
Continue reading ‘Fender Bender Earns City Hall Intern A Warning’
by Jon Greenberg | Aug 1, 2017 12:52 pm | Comments (2)
New Haven kids will have the opportunity to practice and play alongside a rising basketball star this weekend.
Continue reading ‘Hometown Hero Will Help City Hoop It Up’
by Thomas Breen | Jul 21, 2017 12:32 pm | Comments (5)
Anticipating higher sea levels, harsher hurricanes, and more frequent floods in the not-too-distant future as a result of climate change, officials are embarking on an outreach campaign to inform residents in flood-prone neighborhoods about how best to protect themselves against the threat of rising water.
Continue reading ‘City Prepares For More Floods’
by Markeshia Ricks | Jul 20, 2017 8:07 am | Comments (11)
A developer won permission to stockpile clean dirt in preparation for the cleanup and future development of a former Winchester Repeating Arms factory — over the objections of one City Plan commissioner who argued that the neighborhood has been shut out of the process.
Continue reading ‘Builder Can Start Work; Wharton Objects’
by Jon Greenberg | Jul 20, 2017 7:51 am | Comments (1)
Mayor Toni Harp Wednesday signed the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact, an international agreement that coordinates efforts in cities across the world to increase access to healthy, affordable and sustainable food.
Continue reading ‘Harp Signs Food Pledge’