New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker and other city department leaders took a walk through the Westville and Beaver Hill neighborhoods Tuesday morning.
City of New Haven announces budget surplus after months of job cuts from departments across the city
The City of New Haven announced a surplus of money in the budget Tuesday, this after months of job cuts from departments across the Elm City.
New Haven is pushing to help its residents. Mayor Justin Elicker will join federal, state and local housing officials today to announce the launch of CASTLE – the Coronavirus Assistance and Security Tenant-landlord Emergency Program.
New Haven sees uptick in COVID-19 cases, mayor working with local universities to keep numbers low as students move back in to dorms
The number of COVID-19 cases in the Elm City is up 60% in the last two weeks of August. The spike just before the start of the fall semester for schools, when more people will be moving back to the city. Mayor Justin Elicker says he is working with local universities to make sure back to school is safe.
Community calling for action from New Haven city leaders after death of boxer in shooting incident, uptick in gun violence
Community leaders calling for New Haven City Hall to take action after a weekend of violence left a promising young boxer dead and five others wounded.
The perfect storm – summer 2020 ushered in crisis-level violence in New Haven. Levels of violence not seen since 2011 when the Elm City was the 4th most violent city in the country. But what contributed to the spike and what are city leaders doing about it?
New Haven police say they are investigating a shooting that occurred Tuesday morning.
There is a large gathering of people on motorized vehicles in New Haven Saturday afternoon.
The digital divide reared its ugly head during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic when New Haven Public Schools (NHPS) first shut down in March, leaving many families without the tools to log on for virtual learning.
The City of New Haven is continuing the push to make sure everyone is responsible while gathering and celebrating their holiday. This comes just 48 hours after thousands of motorcyclists descended upon the Elm City for the East Coastin’ Crew’s Summer Ender Celebration.