Coliseum Plan Approved
After eight years of deliberation, the Economic Development Commission unanimously approved the city’s plan to redevelop the Coliseum on Tuesday morning.
Briq beats the odds
Seven months after its grand opening, Briq has found its niche in the Elm City’s highly competitive restaurant scene.
Local startup boosts entrepreneurship
Last April, Track180 launched its debut social impact iPad application, which allows users to more effectively navigate current issues in the news.
Democratic aldermen prevail
After months of campaigning, each of the five Democratic candidates in contested aldermanic races prevailed victorious Tuesday night.
Innovating the Elm City
As Toni Harp ARC ’78 and Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 enter the final week of their campaigns, both candidates have rolled out platforms to address economic development.
New Haven Open to stay in the Elm City
After months of negotiation, Connecticut’s Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) voted unanimously on Thursday night to keep the New Haven Open at Yale’s Connecticut Tennis Center in the Elm City, spelling good news for regional tennis fans and local businesses alike. The United States Tennis Association (USTA), which helps oversee the New Haven Open Women’s »
State backs violence prevention
New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. announced the second installment of a $750,000 competitive grant to combat youth violence.
Inauguration benefits local businesses
As events unfolded across campus during the inauguration of Yale’s 23rd President this past weekend, local businesses experienced a significant influx of customers.
Shutdown impacts STEM
As the national government enters its fourth day of shutdown and prospects for political compromise remain uncertain, Yale researchers and science administrators fear the effects of a protracted gridlock in Washington. Furloughs at federal organizations like the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) have severely limited faculty members’ ability to »