Jiahui Hu
Staff Reporter
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City aims to move Ingalls Rink trucks

Aromas from Halal, Tex-Mex and nearly a dozen other food carts have been a staple at the Ingalls Rink parking lot for the past five years. But those familiar scents may soon disappear.

Chi Psi, Fence Club relocate

Fraternities Chi Psi and Fence Club have found new homes for their members — one by choice and the other out of obligation. Chi Psi, […]

New Haven eateries see summer turnovers

The Elm City’s food offerings diversified this summer with gourmet donuts, assembly-line pizza and a well-known New York City halal establishment.

Fire erupts during Toad’s Place senior week event

The “Yale Seniors Final Saturday Dance Party” event was cut short by several hours after seniors and their families were forced to evacuate the venue around 11:35 p.m.

Juice Box to open on Chapel

The Juice Box — a juice shop that has been under construction since October — will finally open its doors on Chapel Street across from […]

Brazilian steakhouse comes to Downtown

The Elm City officially welcomed its first Brazilian steakhouse two weeks ago when Mayor Toni Harp cut the ribbons for The Taste of Brazil — which sits next door to city hall on 135 Church St.

UP CLOSE: New Haven, a new millennial magnet

Elm City Social opened last July. Since then, the bar’s wood paneling and jazz notes of modern hits have transported patrons to the pre-prohibition era.

Church St. South families to move out

Roughly 210 of Church Street South’s 273 families will begin to receive their golden tickets out of the condemned complex — federally funded housing vouchers — in the upcoming weeks.

Laotian eatery to open on Temple Street

New Haven’s first Laotian restaurant — Pho Ketkeo at 21 Temple St. — will open its doors to the public in a grand opening Saturday. […]

Higher One sells two major divisions

Shareholders of Higher One — an Elm City higher education financial services company founded by three Yalies in 2000 — voted last week to sell one of the two of three major divisions of their business.

New grad dorms prepare for construction

Bulldozers entered the parking lot on Broadway adjacent to Tyco this past week and bored holes in the ground to prepare for the summer construction of a new graduate student apartment complex.