ROIA courts Yalies
Thanks to a new partnership between downtown French and Italian restaurant ROIA and the Yale Epicurean, Yalies could find a new way to celebrate the start of the weekend.
Storefronts boost healthcare enrollment
Connecticut is the only state to offer these retail storefronts, which typically attract about 200 daily visitors hoping to learn more about coverage.
Toad’s to close for 2 days
The state will close Toad’s for two days this month, after the state’s Liquor Control Commission’s charged the business with selling alcohol to minors.
Mobile apps facilitate campus safety
Mobile technology, like that used by University of New Haven students during the Dec. 3 lockdown triggered by a loose gunman on campus, and the Yale Alert system used during the Nov. 25 gun scare, were critical to ensuring safety on campus this year.
Biotech emerges from town-gown collaboration
Yale Professor of Chemistry and Researcher Craig Crews, the founder of two companies that produce cancer fighting drugs, is the new poster boy of the burgeoning biotech industry emerging in New Haven.
Yalies push broccoli
At Elm City Market this President’s Day, three Yale undergraduates officially launched a campaign to make broccoli cool.
Store owners question long hours
As discussions about what business will occupy One Broadway continue, store hours might be one one of the subjects under negotiation.
Harp proposes CT soda tax
In the midst of New Haven’s weight loss challenge and other health efforts, Harp is proposing a statewide 2 percent soda tax.
High prices alienate Yalies
Students are hoping that the new business at 1 Broadway Ave will not mirror the high price points of many of the other stores near campus.
Employment rate inches up
Fifty-year-old New Haven resident Weldon McKoy said he has the skills necessary to perform jobs in areas ranging from general technician work to plumbing to auto-body to painting, and he also builds museum-quality models by trade. Still, he remains among the state’s unemployed — in spite of recent signs of hope. Connecticut’s unemployment rate fell »