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.
Halloween extravaganza thrills New Haven
Screams filled the stone-white hallways as children raced from one darkened chamber to the next, pursued by phantoms and confronted by reapers that emerged suddenly out of the heavy fog.
Education policy central to governor’s race
With just five days until Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley face off in one of the most hotly contested elections in the country, education policy — long a point of contention between the candidates — is emerging as a focus of the election.
Music Haven to change leadership
After changing the lives of more than 500 New Haven children through music, a husband and wife are turning their attention to two other kids — their own.
Quinnipiac bans Uber
The rideshare service Uber was banned at Quinnipiac University last week, sparking questions in the Yale community over the service’s practices and safety.
West Haven shopping center plans move forward
Two developers have taken on one of the most extensive building projects in the city’s history by partnering with West Haven Mayor Edward O’Brien on a 350,000-square-foot shopping center called “The Haven.”
Local leaders push for state constitutional reform
As posters and television advertisements for candidates in this year’s gubernatorial campaign seek to sway voter opinions, some local leaders are drawing attention to other issues up for vote next week.
New Haven “critical” to Malloy victory, Dems say
With the most recent polls showing a dead heat in Connecticut's race for governor, incumbent Gov. Dannel Malloy is banking on a strong turnout in the Elm City to carry him through next Tuesday’s election.