Caroline Moore
Staff Reporter
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PROFILE: Justin Elicker SOM ’10 FES ’10

According to mayoral candidate Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10, City Hall leadership needs change — change he can provide. The former New Haven alder […]

Construction of Q House begins

Construction for the historic Q House has finally begun, reviving the Dixwell neighborhood’s community center after 16 years. The Dixwell Community Center, which was founded […]

New Haven brings in half of state’s startup funding in Q1

Startups within the state raised $109 million of funding between January and March of this year — over five times what they raised in the […]

YNHH signs 5-year contract with cafeteria workers union

Yale New Haven Hospital and the hospital’s cafeteria workers union have signed a new five-year contract that extends through 2023. The New England Health Care […]

New Haven’s restaurant scene sees continued growth

As local foodies take advantage of New Haven Restaurant Week, the Elm City is welcoming three new eateries to the city’s food scene. Within the […]

State legislators ban stores from going cash-free

While modern technology has made cash an increasingly obsolete form of payment, Connecticut has joined other states in protecting its ability to be used in […]

SEC charges Yale grad with fraud

On Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a complaint against recent Yale graduate Omar Zaki ’18 for misleading investors in financing an unregistered hedge […]

Ride-share wage protection bill debated

State legislators recently gave Uber drivers a lift — passing a bill to protect their wages. But the legislation has drawn criticism from various ride-sharing […]

Lululemon joins Broadway shopping district

The center of New Haven’s downtown shopping district on Broadway will soon feature one of the world’s largest athleisure chains.

Shift Cycling abruptly closes its doors

A popular cycling studio in downtown New Haven has suddenly closed down after four years in business. Shift Cycling, a technologically driven spin studio, closed […]

Board of Alders approves $1.1 million for park improvements

Last Thursday, the BOA City Services and Environmental Policy Committee unanimously voted to accept a grant of over $1.1 million from the state.