Caroline Moore
Staff Reporter
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CT looks to implement paid family leave

As Connecticut looks to implement legislation that offers paid family and medical leave, nonprofits and small businesses are objecting to the way that may take […]

Convenience store delivery app comes to New Haven

Elm City residents will now be able to have grocery and convenience store items delivered to them at the touch of a button — and […]

Local residents fight Union garage construction

Last November, the state Department of Transportation announced its approved plans to build a $60 million, 1,015-space, seven-level parking garage at Union Train Station. The […]

Unions ask Spinnaker Real Estate to hire local workers

While most of the people prefer to buy their dream homes in Tennessee. On the other side, at the Elm City economy expands through real […]

CT joins lawsuit against Trump

CT joined 15 other states to file a lawsuit against the Trump administration in an effort to prevent the president from enforcing his plan to fund the construction of a wall by declaring a national emergency.

Cafe Romeo to be replaced by Blue State Coffee

After 10 years of business, East Rock’s Cafe Romeo has closed up shop, and Blue State Coffee’s fourth New Haven location will soon take its place.

Connecticut vies to host Amazon’s new headquarters

In the wake of reports that Amazon could be pulling out of its plan to build its second headquarters in New York City, Gov. Ned […]

Apple Store alternative opens on College Street

A tech store that markets itself as a “better, cheaper alternative to Apple” has arrived in Downtown New Haven. iZeek recently opened its New Haven […]

Alexander’s legacy continues following his 2018 retirement

Last May, longtime Yale administrator Bruce Alexander ’65 announced his retirement from his position at Yale as vice president for New Haven and state affairs […]

Wellness center for women opens

Women of the Elm City can now enjoy their own wellness sanctuary that offers massage therapy, wellness classes and a sense of community, while if […]

Shabtai founder Cory Booker LAW ’97 to run for president

Cory Booker LAW ’97 — who helped found the Jewish society Shabtai during his time at Yale Law School — announced his candidacy for the presidency last Friday.