Jiahui Hu
Staff Reporter
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Church St South conditions dire

Last January, water leaked from Laynette Del Hoyo’s Church Street South apartment so severely that her daughter developed respiratory complications from the resulting mold.

Food trucks see new regulations

Officials in several city hall departments, including some who have dubbed food-truck operations in the city a “Wild West,” created a plan this week that would revolutionize how the city regulates these vendors.

Hartford to expand westward flights

Starting June 2, a daily nonstop flight from Hartford to Los Angeles International Airport will open up new possibilities for cargo, Yale students and Gov. Dannel Malloy’s economic plans.

Food hall, hookah to Church St.

The aromas of Lebanese cuisine, buffalo wings and pizza will waft through the first floor as hookah smoke drifts through the second in a new venue opening on Church Street in late May.

Alexion returns to College Street

Two hundred Alexion employees returned to New Haven Tuesday after the company’s 16-year stint in nearby Cheshire, Connecticut.

Church Street South families offered relocation choices

The 273 families still living in Church Street South — a 301-unit affordable housing complex condemned for poor living conditions by the city in August […]

GE announces move from Connecticut

Connecticut’s loss of General Electric — a multinational corporation that grosses 150 billion — pointed to the state’s chronic inability to grow its high tech industry. GE — based in the Fairfield suburbs for the past 42 years — announced last Wednesday that it will relocate its headquarters to Boston. In a press release the company cited the city’s concentration of universities and Massachusetts’ public investments in research and development as reasons for the move. GE’s decision should not have been unexpected to local and state officials in Connecticut, New Haven economic development official Matthew Nemerson SOM ’81 said. He explained that the state has failed in the past decade to create a business environment that rivals Seattle, Toronto and Boston, where the Seaport district will house GE’s new headquarters by the summer of 2018.

Hill-to-Downtown stalls at Board of Alders

Approval for the beginning of Hill-to-Downtown — the city’s plan to link Union Station and Downtown with new commerce — failed to move past the […]

Furnished short term units to begin construction

Thousands of Yale students and visitors as well as New Haven professionals will soon be able to enjoy the city’s first fully furnished short-term apartment complex.

Hartford attorney backs ULA

A Hartford attorney has declared the arrest of Unidad Latina en Accion leader John Lugo, who was arrested on Nov. 20 while protesting wage theft, unconstitutional.

Dixwell teen center in progress

Toni Harp accepted a $7,500 check Tuesday afternoon earmarked for The Escape — a teen center in Dixwell set to open in March. The new […]