Ben Prawdzik
Malloy proposes Sunday liquor sales

After the repeal of one of Connecticut’s oldest “blue laws” — the ban on Sunday liquor sales — was struck down by the state legislature […]

Occupy New Haven taxes city budget

Occupy New Haven organizers continue to protest what they perceive as corporate America’s costs to society, but over the past several months, the demonstration’s presence […]

New Haven unemployment rate falls

In the darkening days of winter, things may be brightening up for the New Haven economy. The latest jobs report from the U.S. Labor Department […]

New Haven adds 36 retail stores in 2011

As the city’s economy continues to recover from the recession, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. said last week that New Haven’s retail market had one of […]

Hardware store may take over old Staples location

Yale’s hardware buffs may soon be able to satisfy all their torque wrench and screwdriver needs with just a short walk from campus. Harbor Freight […]

Byrne steps down as director of Promise

After Emily Byrne, the founding executive director of New Haven Promise, stepped down last week, the scholarship program has begun looking for a new leader, […]

Homebuyer program tops 1,000 participants

Yale’s New Haven Homebuyer Program, which offers university employees an income benefit if they purchase a home in the Elm City, notched its 1,000th participant […]

Yale renews PKU collaboration

Five years after Yale and Peking University began their joint undergraduate program in Beijing, China, Yale administrators said Friday’s agreement to extend the program reflects […]

Mayor asks for halt to housing tax breaks

The finance committee of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing tonight on whether the Board should stop granting new tax breaks for […]

New biofuel plant set for harbor

The port of New Haven is about to go green. Greenleaf Biofuels, an alternative energy company, is currently building a facility in the New Haven […]

Alternative venues leapfrog Toad’s

For Elis looking to have fun on weekends, the Yale aphorism “all roads lead to Toad’s” is increasinglyup for debate. For the past 37 years, […]