Two development projects negotiated in downtown
Negotiations between the city and a prominent real estate developer over two separate downtown properties could simultaneously create retail space and expand facilities for a local media company.
Proposed hotel faces parking problem
This month’s meeting of the New Haven City Plan Commission was marked by a heated debate over the parking plans at a newly proposed Marriot Residence Inn.
Yalies prep for gubernatorial election
With midterm elections seven weeks away, politically inclined Yalies are rallying their classmates to vote in what could be the closest gubernatorial race in the country.
Elm City Market faces uncertain future
Facing $500,000 in rent debt, Elm City Market — one of the few grocery stores in downtown New Haven — awaits the final verdict on how the business will navigate intense financial pressure.
City jobs at stake in colleges’ contracts
In deciding who will do its construction work, the University has the power to determine which businesses will benefit from some of the most lucrative construction contracts in recent state history.
Coliseum project attracts hotels
Three companies are vying for the chance to build a four-and-a-half-star hotel on the Coliseum site, as part of a massive development project to revitalize New Haven’s downtown.
CHE faces uncertain future
In the light of recent changes within New Haven Public School’s health education, Yale’s Community Health Educators are seeking a new role within the schools.
Report shows racial profiling in YPD, NHPD
Traffic stop data, which is aggregated by police statewide, have been released to inform effective police protocol and investigate the incidence of racial profiling in Connecticut.