Yale grad to lead New Haven schools

August 28, 2013
New Haven Public Schools started classes today with a new leader who himself first became involved in the city's education as a student at Yale over 20 years ago.
In its Chapel Street location next to Starbucks, Panera Bread will offer soups, sandwiches and salads.

Summer changes shake up city retail

August 23, 2013
The past several months have seen a series of store openings and closures in New Haven.

Harries appointed new city superintendent

July 25, 2013
Since arriving in New Haven in 2009 tasked with transforming the city's school district, Garth Harries '95 has garnered enough respect to earn him the job of NHPS superintendent.

ABP’s closure leaves prime Broadway location empty

May 29, 2013
For nearly a decade, Au Bon Pain’s yellow sign greeted students at the corner of York and Broadway. But on Monday, the store shut its doors for the last time.

DeStefano, Levin honored with Elm-Ivy awards

April 26, 2013
The Seton Elm-Ivy ceremonies honor members of the Yale and New Haven communities who have worked to improve the relationship between the University and the city.
New Haven Superintendent Reginald Mayo announced in February that he will step down at the end of the school year.

Superintendent forum exposes parent concerns

April 24, 2013
A small but energized group of parents voiced concerns with the superintendent search process at the first of three forums.

Conn. legislature unveils budget proposal

April 22, 2013
After passing historic gun-control legislation just over two weeks ago, the Connecticut Legislature turned its attention to the state budget on Friday.

Mayoral candidates consider ed reform

April 19, 2013
Each election contestant brings with him a different plan for how education reform in New Haven should proceed.
The historic Shubert Theater may see a change from city ownership to a not-for-profit management body, pending a decision by the Board of Aldermen.

Shubert to see new owner

April 17, 2013
The Board of Aldermen received a proposal Monday to transfer the historic Shubert Theater from city ownership to a new, not-for-profit management body.

Businesses prep for Bulldog Days

April 16, 2013
As prospective students and their families flock to New Haven for Bulldog Days, businesses in New Haven are preparing for an influx of visitors.

Tragedy mars Boston Marathon

April 16, 2013
Authorities scrambled to respond to security threats after two bombs detonated Monday afternoon near the finish line of the Boston Marathon

College Summit prepares for next admissions cycle

April 12, 2013
With College Summit gearing up to begin this summer, the program will use Yale space, but not Yale students, to promote a college-going culture in New Haven.
Approximately 50 Yale students and hundreds of New Haven residents called for immigration reform in a citywide rally.