Alders delay Brewery Square action
The owners of the beleaguered Brewery Square apartment complex in Fair Haven will have to wait to receive financial help from the city, after the Board of Alders delayed approval of an assistance package at their meeting last week.
Cook, Levin discuss future of technology
As technology evolves, both Scott Cook, the former CEO and founder of Intuit, and former University President Richard Levin said Yalies are uniquely positioned to take advantage of these opportunities.
City hopes to revamp Goffe Street Armory
New proposals from City Hall could soon transform the Goffe Street Armory — a cavernous, 240,000-square-foot building in Dixwell that has sat vacant for five years — into a storage center and generator of solar power.
DAPONTE-SMITH: The reality of crime
This city might indeed be considered “dangerous,” but the situation is undeniably improving. The Yale administration and students alike ought to take note.
City envisions community outreach program
The Community Services Administration has plans to establish a new community outreach program, judging by a presentation made to the Board of Alders on Monday night.
MTA proposes linking New Haven and Penn Station
Connecticut residents seeking to travel directly to Penn Station in New York City may be in luck, thanks to a proposal passed by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority last month.
At SOM, Geithner chides regulators
Financial crises extend far beyond Wall Street, former Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner told a crowd of 400 at the School of Management Wednesday.
Downtown crossing plans move forward
City officials presented plans for phase two of the New Haven Downtown Crossing/Route 34 East project, which aims to link downtown with Union Station and the Hill.
Eidelson doesn’t rule out third term
When redistricting brought a student supermajority to a city council district in Berkeley, Calif., the 18-year incumbent offered to step aside in favor of an undergraduate candidate.