James Warrick-Alexander
City throws Coliseum a frigid farewell bash

After a 35-year history of trouble, brief glory and destruction, the Coliseum is gone, but many of the issues surrounding the use of the site […]

1972-2007: Coliseum crashes into history

Eighteen seconds is all it took on Saturday morning to seal the fate of the embattled 35-year-old Veterans’ Memorial Coliseum. The 7:49 a.m. implosion of […]

Starbucks to open second site downtown

Starbucks addicts in New Haven will soon have a new option for their daily fix as the chain prepares to open a second store downtown, […]

Officials set date for Coliseum implosion

After months of delays and half-serious speculation that the Coliseum would never be torn down, city officials said Tuesday that they will formally announce a […]

Chapel loses two shops

With the announced closures of two popular getaways on Chapel St., students looking for alternatives to dining hall tea and self-serve salad will have to […]

Tweed may see growth

George W. Bush, Queen Elizabeth II and Frank Sinatra may all have landed at Tweed-New Haven Airport, but most students are still waiting for their […]

Clubs try to identify fake IDs

Little after a year since the police raided Toad’s Place, New Haven’s nightclubs are doing what they can to enforce the state’s drinking laws. But […]

Rate hike to affect some Elis

United Illuminating’s plan to increase electricity prices drastically may be a headache for permanent residents of New Haven, but Yale students may have equal reason […]

Bradley loses flight capacity

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Students sick of long airport shuttle rides spent crammed between duffel bags and […]

Electric rate surge may jolt city

In a move that some said will hurt many businesses and households in the Elm City already struggling with high electricity bills, United Illuminating announced […]

Electricity company may leave Elm City

West Haven city officials confirmed Wednesday that they are planning to approach United Illuminating, New Haven’s third-largest for-profit employer, about a possible move to a […]