David Shieh
Building will house sculpture program

Wire fences on the corner of Howe and Edgewood streets may soon be replaced by sculpture projects as Yale officials move forward on plans to […]

City lures holiday business

By David Shieh STAFF REPORTER Hundreds of candles will soon light up the Elm City as part of what local business groups said is New […]

Group studies Chapel Street district

Although the blocks lining Chapel Street west of downtown have come a long way since retail woes and crime plagued the area a decade ago, […]

Audubon finally fills up

With the planned opening of Northeast Credit Alliance next week and the recent openings of numerous arts-oriented stores, including the Bead Hive II, Yarn LLC […]

Train seat additions may be delayed

Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell may be unable to keep her promise to add 2,000 seats to the state’s rail system by the end of […]

City receives grant to reduce pollution

New Haven residents may notice a change in the air following the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to award New Haven $300,000 to fight air pollution. […]

Demolition of Coliseum begins

With Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and a 175-ton excavator on hand, demolition crews began tearing down the New Haven Coliseum Monday, taking the first step […]

City hires new development chief

City officials announced the appointment of Kelly Murphy, a deputy in the New York City Department of City Planning, to the position of New Haven […]

Delta halts service to Tweed

Students planning to fly back into New Haven after winter break may need to make other arrangements. Delta Air Lines announced last week that it […]

Surplus supports MTA holiday railway fare cuts

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority gave Yalies who travel to New York City an early holiday present yesterday after the city officials decided to offer special […]

Tensions flare over Gateway

A public hearing on the Gateway Redevelopment Project Wednesday night exposed lingering tensions between community members and city officials on issues surrounding the $230 million […]