Recent Broadway closures raise questions
Over the past two months, three businesses within 100 yards of each other on Broadway Ave. have closed down — sparking questions over the ideal composition of retail surrounding Yale..
Metro North to offer more off-peak trains
Starting this November, Yalies and other Metro-North riders will experience fewer delays during their travels, as trains will begin running every half-hour between New Haven and New York City.
iPhone 6 draws brawl on Broadway
Three days after the iPhone 6’s much-anticipated release, tensions between customers in line at the Apple Store on 65 Broadway Ave. boiled over into a brawl on Monday morning.
Elm City Market faces uncertain future
Facing $500,000 in rent debt, Elm City Market — one of the few grocery stores in downtown New Haven — awaits the final verdict on how the business will navigate intense financial pressure.
Uber, a new option for Yalies
After the car-sharing service Uber launched across Connecticut this past April, Yalies are sorting out whether the new transportation app will gain traction on campus.
Dixwell awaits new restaurant arrivals
In the wake of Elm City staples Educated Burgher and A-1 Pizza’s closing this summer, two new eateries are set to open down the street at 9 Dixwell Ave.
Science Park granted new funds
The state of Connecticut agreed to award a total of $3.8 million to 21 communities last week, including New Haven’s Science Park.