Caroline Moore
Staff Reporter
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CT Open leaves New Haven

After 21 years, professional tennis in New Haven has come to an end. The Connecticut Open’s women’s tennis event is moving to Zhengzhou, China.

Quantum computing startup opens HQ in New Haven

Yale and New Haven solidified their leading role in the development of the quantum computer on Jan. 24, as University startup Quantum Circuits Inc. celebrated […]

Luxury hotel opens in downtown New Haven

A boutique hotel in the heart of downtown officially opened its doors on Wednesday, bringing with it a rooftop bar, 108 guest rooms and the […]

Historic bank building to be replaced with Hilton hotel

The former branch of Webster Bank on 80 Elm St., originally constructed as St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church, has been approved for demolition and will be […]

Pokémoto celebrates ribbon cutting ceremony

Mayor Toni Harp cut the ceremonial ribbon at Hawaiian poke restaurant Pokémoto on Tuesday afternoon at a celebration hosted by Yale University Properties. The restaurant […]

Shore Line East trains return

Thousands of commuters who had been forced to take buses for several months will soon receive reprieve. The Shore Line East train, which runs throughout […]

CT’s medicinal marijuana industry sees continued growth

Connecticut’s medical marijuana industry’s rapid expansion has attracted out-of-state investors who are looking to meet the increasing demand for medical marijuana treatment throughout the state. […]

Norwalk developer joins Coliseum development

In January 2007, tens of thousands of people showed up to watch 2,000 pounds of explosives demolish the New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Almost 12 […]

New Haven celebrates annual tree-lighting

The New Haven Green was teeming with Christmas cheer on Thursday night as the annual tree-lighting ceremony illuminated the beginning of the holiday season. The […]

Connecticut to spend $22 million on affordable housing

With a $22 million commitment to affordable housing, Connecticut will now put its plans to resolve the state’s affordable housing crisis into action. Gov. Dannel […]

Private aviation companies move to Connecticut

Over the past decade, a number of private aviation companies have increased their presence in Connecticut, bolstering the state’s local job market in return. Connecticut […]