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 »
A100 enters second year
Starting this past Saturday, a new cohort of college students in the New Haven area will have additional support planting their foot in Connecticut’s burgeoning startup scene. Starting with the first cohort in spring 2013, the A100 program provides college students with free training and prepares them for paid internships with local startup companies in »
Fraud trial comes to New Haven
A securities fraud trial with implications on the national white-collar crime scene is set to take place in New Haven.
Yale, Toads in land dispute
Yalies could be forced to find a new place to conclude their Saturday nights, if an ongoing land dispute with Toad’s is not resolved.
J. Press relocates to College St.
J. Press, a high-end clothing store that has been around Yale’s campus for years, has moved once again, this time to College St.
Healthcare exchange a success in Ct.
The federal-run health care exchange, which launched on Oct. 1, has been largely underutilized in the 36 states that have adopted it. But Connecticut and a few of the nation’s other 14 state-run systems have fared much better. Of the 13,128 people who have signed up for coverage in Connecticut, 56 percent — 7,572 people »