Ben Prawdzik
Hospitals’ merger gets OK from attorney general

State Attorney General George Jepsen announced on Friday that he will not seek to block the proposed acquisition of the Hospital of Saint Raphael by […]

Downtown Crossing project hits setback

Despite a strong showing of local support, Downtown Crossing — New Haven’s biggest construction project in half a century — hit a legislative snag at […]

Activists march for labor issues

More than a thousand students, labor union members and community activists flooded Yale’s campus and downtown New Haven in a call for the University and […]

UP CLOSE | Building the ‘new’ New Haven

When Joshua Adler ’96 first stepped onto Yale’s campus as a freshman in 1992, New Haven was “a very different place.” Adler began his Yale […]

University, city announce annual Elm-Ivy Awards

President Richard Levin and New Haven Mayor John DeStefano presented the Yale University Seton Elm-Ivy Awards to seven individuals and two groups at a Tuesday […]

Occupy escapes eviction

Less than 30 minutes after police began bulldozing the Occupy New Haven encampment on the New Haven Green, city officials were forced to halt the […]

Downtown Crossing faces lengthy approval process

A $135 million proposal for the Downtown Crossing project released last week that aims to replace a portion of Route 34 with a new hub […]

Fewer students apply to Promise

Despite administrators’ hopes, fewer high school seniors applied for New Haven Promise scholarships this year. Program officials said Thursday that 351 students applied to New […]

Warm weather, shrinking labor market lower unemployment

For Ivan Sachs, owner of Connecticut-based Cherry Hill Construction Co., this year’s relatively warm winter has helped jump start his 55-year-old, family-run construction and demolition […]

A Board without ‘Bitsie’

At 80 years old, Frances “Bitsie” Clark stands just five feet tall. But as a recently retired alderwoman and current executive director of a New […]

Local residents weigh impact of new SOM campus

With construction of the new School of Management campus on Whitney Avenue now 11 months underway and the structure beginning to take shape, local residents […]