Businesses prep for holidays
As Yale students gear up for their finals and the holiday season, campus area businesses are preparing to capitalize on students’ end-of-semester habits.
Long Wharf Theatre renovations complete
New Haven’s historic Long Wharf Theatre unveiled its most recent renovations Wednesday night at the public premiere of “The Killing of Sister George.”
City schools win AP recognition
New Haven Public Schools were honored nationally for student achievement on Advanced Placement exams for the first time last week.
Medical pot alliance formed
Since the legalization of medical marijuana in Connecticut this spring, businessmen have been working to develop the drug’s industry from scratch.
Yale invests in West Haven schools
In the University’s latest move to help improve local education, Yale announced Tuesday it will invest $100,000 in West Haven public schools.
City plans future sea wall
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, New Haven is planning new infrastructure to combat the forces of nature.
Romney concedes election
BOSTON — The convention hall was silent and somber as each news station called Ohio, and then the President Barack Obama’s re-election. A man consoled his young son, who had burst into tears when he heard the news. Clusters of people stood silently, teary eyes fixated on the screens. The scene was a stark contrast »
Boston buzzes with election excitement
BOSTON — At 7 p.m. on Tuesday night, hundreds of Mitt Romney supporters poured into buses en route to the TD Garden convention center, the site of Romney’s Election Night event. The buses’ atmosphere was tense but optimistic. “Alright, this is what we’ve waited so long for,” announced one Romney supporter as he climbed on »
Parents University opens
Over the weekend, New Haven educated an inaugural class of parents with the launch of the city’s latest school reform initiative — Parent University. Designed to teach parents how to help their children succeed in school, Parent University offers workshops and educational resources for parents of New Haven public school children. On Saturday, Gateway Community »