Cho avoids prison time
After accusations of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in wages from his employees and failing to cooperate fully with a Department of Labor investigation, Gourmet Heaven owner Chung Cho will not see the inside of a prison cell.
New Haven immigrants mull Obama order
The Elm City is currently home to around 14,000 undocumented immigrants, according to Mary Buchanan of DataHaven. It remains unclear just how many will still be at risk of deportation under Obama’s executive action.
New Haven Promise hosts national conference
About 200 education and economic development experts from across the country gathered in the Yale University Art Gallery on Wednesday evening to celebrate the first night of PromiseNet 2014 — a three-day national education conference.
Yale expands United Way partnership
This month marks the start of the United Way and Yale partnership campaign, an annual fundraiser where Yale employees give part of their paycheck to serve New Haven.
YHHAP event offers new services
Over a hundred members of New Haven’s homeless population gathered in St. Paul’s Church at 57 Olive St. Friday morning, receiving dental checkups, legal aid and other social services.
At second hearing, two portraits of Cho
In a packed courtroom at the New Haven Superior Court yesterday afternoon, lawyers presented two starkly opposing portraits of former Gourmet Heaven owner Chung Cho.
Tarry Lodge enters New Haven pizza scene
With a wood-fired oven that heats to over 900 degrees, head chef Andres Marsilio is ready to cook his favorite pizza on Tarry Lodge’s menu: burrata cheese, pancetta and chili oil.
Cho moves to avoid prison sentence
Facing charges that could put him behind bars for the remainder of his life, Gourmet Heaven owner Chung Cho has filed a motion meant to keep him out of jail.
New student group bridges town, gown
Emily Hays ’16 is trying to bridge that gap by creating a new undergraduate organization that connects University and city musicians, artists, poets and arts organizations.