City | 3:22 pm | August 22, 2013 | By Monica Disare

Belgian restaurant to open in Elm City

Belgian restaurant Maison Mathis will open at 304 Elm St. on Wednesday, Aug. 28. The restaurant, which will offer homemade pastries and bread alongside soups, salads, sandwiches and coffee, will be open for both breakfast and dinner, though the store’s exact hours have not yet been released, said Carin Keane, director of retail leasing and »

City | 9:59 pm | August 13, 2013 | By Monica Disare

Pinkberry coming to New Haven

The popular frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry is coming to New Haven’s Chapel Street — marking one more stop for Yalies craving frozen yogurt during the final weeks of the summer heat. Pinkberry will be replace the 2,300-square-foot building at 1064 Chapel St. that previously housed Savitt Jewelers, between Starbucks Coffee and the recently-opened Panera Bread. It is »

City | 8:54 pm | July 22, 2013 | By Monica Disare

Garth Harries named new NHPS superintendent

The vote is in and the new superintendent of New Haven Public Schools is Garth Harries ’95. Harries, the current deputy superintendent, was selected after a unanimous vote by the New Haven School Board. His pick comes as no surprise to those in the Elm City: While working in New Haven, Harries led the School Change »

City | 9:02 pm | July 18, 2013 | By Monica Disare

Superintendent search down to three

The search for the next superintendent of New Haven Public Schools is now down to three, according to the New Haven Independent. The final three candidates are Garth Harries, the current assistant superintendent in New Haven; Dred Scott, a deputy superintendent from Missouri; and Kriner Cash, the former Memphis schools chief. Harries has been considered »

City | 6:02 pm | June 28, 2013 | By Monica Disare

Search for NHPS superintendent continues

The quest for a New Haven Public Schools superintendent continues, as 66 candidates have applied for the highest position in Elm City education, The New Haven Independent reported. The search began after Reginald Mayo announced his retirement after 21 years on the job. New Haven’s school board has contracted private firm PROACT Search to lead »