Caroline Hart
Staff Reporter
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Nonprescription drugs now tax-free in CT

Nonprescription drugs and medications are now exempt from taxation, Gov. Dannel Malloy announced Wednesday.

Ivy Noodle to reopen under new name

After much confusion and speculation among students surrounding Ivy Noodle’s future, owner Coreen Guo confirmed Wednesday that the restaurant will re-open next month under the name Ivy Wok.

New Haven tests bioswale system

West Park Avenue will soon contain eight different models of bioswales as part of a research project headed by the Urban Resources Initiative and Yale scientists.

Alcohol delivery service comes to New Haven

New Haven residents looking to have alcohol delivered to their homes can now have that convenience in 60 minutes or fewer through the new online startup Porter 21.

Potential Union Station developments discussed

Architects, engineers and officials from PARK New Haven met last week at Union Station to discuss potential plans to redesign the station and its surrounding area to minimize traffic and maximize accessibility to downtown.

State launches Business Finder app

To help residents access supplies during natural disasters and storms, the state has launched a new online application, Business Finder, that provides updated information on business hours.

9th Note Bar seeks new location

After facing threats of eviction starting last November, The 9th Note jazz bar and restaurant reached a settlement with landlord Ninth Square Project Limited Partnership on Thursday.

Project Storefronts spur city business

For most of February, 55 Church St. housed a uniform clothing store. But starting this week, it will stand as a studio for makeup artist Evelyn Massey, thanks to the New Haven organization Project Storefronts.

Crown Street development project underway

By this spring, the historic Neon Parking Garage will finish its renovation, marking the start of a city development project to bring residential space and new businesses to the Crown Street neighborhood.

Ivy Noodle still closed, temporarily

The ambiguity of a message scrawled on Ivy Noodle's front door about a "temporary" closing has fueled speculation about when the late-night Chinese restaurant might re-open.

New Haven Salad Shop opens new branch on Whitney

Students seeking a custom-made salad or smoothie from the New Haven Salad Shop can now pick up food from the restaurant’s new location at 9 Whitney Ave.