Ben Prawdzik
Higher One looks for buyer

Higher One, the New Haven-based higher education financial services company founded by three Yalies, is searching for a buyer to purchase the business, Bloomberg News […]

Construction worker electrocuted at new college site

A construction worker at the site of Yale’s two new residential colleges was electrocuted and hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday, according to fire officials. The […]

Bali-themed store opens on Chapel

Featuring ocean-blue walls and a small waterfall, a new boutique aims to lure shoppers on Chapel Street with a Bali-like atmosphere. Agabhumi, a Bali-themed clothing […]

State to consider easing liquor regulations

Following legislation passed in May to allow Sunday liquor sales in Connecticut, state officials will begin reviewing further moves to deregulate alcohol retailing — changes […]

State clears path for merger of Y-NHH, St. Raphael’s

Yale-New Haven Hospital won approval from the state’s Department of Public Health for its proposed acquisition of the Hospital of St. Raphael — the last […]

Yale, unions agree on contract

After nearly a year of negotiations, Yale administrators and leaders of the University’s Local 34 and Local 35 labor unions announced on Wednesday that they […]

New Haven Promise names new executive director

Following a seven-month, nationwide search, the New Haven Promise board of directors announced Monday that education administrator Patricia Melton ’83 will succeed Emily Byrne as […]

Major drug company to move to New Haven

Gov. Dannel Malloy announced on Tuesday that Alexion Pharmaceuticals, a multibillion-dollar drug company, will relocate its headquarters to New Haven’s planned Downtown Crossing development at […]

Downtown Crossing heads for final hurdle

After nearly a month-long delay, Downtown Crossing, the city’s largest redevelopment effort in a generation, is back on track for a vote by the full […]

Supreme Court refuses to revisit Ricci

The 2003 firefighter promotions exam that sparked a Supreme Court lawsuit and national controversy is continuing to cause legal headaches for the city. Though New […]

City Plan makes changes to Downtown Crossing

Downtown Crossing, the city’s $135 million project to remake downtown that stalled in the Board of Aldermen last month, is nearly back on track. The […]