New Haven


The Superintendent of New Haven Schools released a memo from a city attorney this week that cited concerns about the handling of a principal’s use of the “n-word.” The memo was written weeks ago, but the release only came after public demands for more transparency.

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A new housing project proposes 56 apartments to be built in the West River neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut.

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New Haven schools officials released an investigatory report this week that found a principal used the “n-word” at least four times with staffers, days after an anti-racism training.


A New Haven school principal has been demoted from her position after the use of a racial slur during an anti-racism workshop. Members of Black Lives Matter of New Haven and others said the school board’s punishment did not go far enough.

New Haven Establishes Task Force On Community Violence

Jun 17, 2021
Scott Davidson

Officials in New Haven are launching a regional task force to help tackle the rise of violence in the city and in surrounding communities.