Jiahui Hu
Staff Reporter
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“Say Yes” project arrives on York

Through the work of Connecticut non-profit Project HOPE, local students will be able to shop for free prom dresses at a York Street location.

New Haven workers fight for wage theft bills

During a hearing in front of the state’s Committee on Labor and Public Employees yesterday, two former employees of New Haven businesses painted stark images of wage theft close to Yale’s campus.

Ivy Noodle may reopen in March

Nearly a month after a sign was posted on the door of Ivy Noodle indicating a temporary closure, the restaurant has not officially announced when it will reopen its Elm Street location.

Cho to face another lawsuit in RI

Three employees at the Gourmet Heaven location in Providence, Rhode Island filed federal lawsuits this past Wednesday against owner Chung Cho for allegations of wage theft.

Bracelet boutique Alex and Ani closes

Alex and Ani, an accessories-only boutique, which opened its second store in Connecticut two years ago at 284 York St., closed at the beginning of February when its lease ended.

Despite looming lease termination, GHeav has no plans to move

Just four months before Gourmet Heaven’s lease is expected to be terminated, store employees say the 24-hour deli still has made no move to change locations and shut down.

Rising GHeav prices raise questions over rental rates

Rising prices at Gourmet Heaven have sparked new questions surrounding the market’s future in the final months of its lease.

Efforts to preserve Anchor Bar continue

One month after the Anchor Bar and Restaurant served its last drink, the owner of the establishment is still in talks with the landlord — Yale University Properties — and prospective buyers to preserve the historic facade and interior design.

Brown decision slammed in protest on New Haven Green

Protesting racial injustice in Missouri, New Haven and at large, well over a hundred gathered on the New Haven Green early this evening in the wake of a grand jury’s decision to not indict a white police officer in the killing of an unarmed black teenager.

Chi Psi pulls bid for Lake Place house

Amid complaints from neighbors and the University, Yale’s chapter of the Chi Psi fraternity withdrew its Board of Zoning Appeals application for its 13 Lake Place property.

Chanel CEO talks career choices, female empowerment

Chanel CEO and Yale Corporation member Maureen Chiquet ’85 credits goat cheese for the start of her career in the beauty industry.