Local News for New Haven, Connecticut

11/20/2019

Yale Athletics

Haven’t grabbed your tickets to The Game⁉️ You’re in luck! Student tickets are on sale TONIGHT from 6:30 – 8pm at the Payne Whitney Gym Box Office. Students will also be able to purchase two guest tickets for $15 (cash) each. FREE pizza for the first 75 students! #ThisIsYale Read the article on facebook.com READ MORE.
11/20/2019

Chamber biz expo returns to Elm City

“On Thursday (Nov. 21) the business exposition, branded as the Big Connect, will take place – this year at the Omni New Haven Hotel @ Yale in downtown. The event, which in past years has drawn as many as 1,500 attendees, will occupy the hotel’s second-floor Grand Ballroom as well as nearby meeting spaces for READ MORE.
$75K Approved For Mayoral Transition11/19/2019

$75K Approved For Mayoral Transition

Alders unanimously approved transferring no more than $75,000 from the city’s rainy day fund to help cover the costs of transitioning from a Harp to an Elicker administration. Mayor-Elect Justin Elicker, meanwhile, said that he will likely need to spend only roughly two-thirds of that allocated amount before taking office in January. Read the rest READ MORE.
11/19/2019

Former Yale New Haven Hospital doctor, city resident indicted on narcotics distribution charges

NEW HAVEN – A federal grand jury charged a former Yale New Haven Hospital physician and a city resident with narcotics distribution offenses Tuesday, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Connecticut. Jennifer Farrell, 37, and Jimiesha McKoy, 30, were charged with conspiracy to distribute narcotics and possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute, READ MORE.
Controversial Recovery Center Advances11/19/2019

Controversial Recovery Center Advances

A community health center’s plans to build a $20 million, 52-bed in-patient addiction recovery center in the Hill won a key approval after an impassioned, divided vote that saw two neighborhood alders argue that the area is already oversaturated with social services. Read the rest of the article on newhavenindependent.org READ MORE.