David Shieh
Biotech booms in Elm City, study concludes

New Haven’s metropolitan area may be smaller than that of many other biotechnology hubs, but the Elm City’s burgeoning biotech sector holds it own when […]

Homebuyer Program extended through 2007

The University will continue to assist Yale faculty and staff looking to buy houses this spring, but how long they can afford their new homes […]

Center will draw cash to region

City and University officials have projected a substantial direct economic benefit from the Yale-New Haven Cancer Center, but these officials and leading economists say the […]

Winchester factory closes doors

Winchester factory workers went to work Thursday morning as many of them have been doing for years — but instead of manufacturing guns, they picked […]

Mass-transit spending rises

Gov. M. Jodi Rell announced Monday that she expects $26.5 million in bonds to be approved by the State Bond Commission for increasing mass-transit options […]

Local music school expects $2.5M grant

Gov. M. Jodi Rell announced Friday that she expects the State Bond Commission to approve $2.5 million for renovations at the Neighborhood Music School later […]

Hispanic business booms

The number of Hispanic-owned businesses nationwide is growing rapidly, and Connecticut is no exception. According to a report released by the Census Bureau Tuesday, the […]

Potential buyers visit plant

The U.S. Repeating Arms Co. factory will receive some highly anticipated visitors this weekend from potential suitor Smith & Wesson, a 154 year old handgun […]

Environmental fund awards grants to local conservation projects

Local marine organisms and seafood lovers alike may soon see a difference in their quality of life. The Community Foundation of Greater New Haven announced […]

Blumenthal speaks out for Q House

A former Dixwell community center in the midst of bankruptcy hearings has just gained a powerful new advocate. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal LAW ’74 […]

Univ. receives fine for waste

Yale is not doing its homework, and the Environmental Protection Agency is getting a little annoyed. The EPA is fining the University more than $28,000 […]