Jiahui Hu
Staff Reporter
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Church St South tenants promised vouchers

After hearing an announcement last week from Northland Investment Corporation and public officials, several Church Street South residents looked to the sky in gratitude.

Harp, Harries set to close achievement gap

Mayor Toni Harp and New Haven Public Schools Superintendent Garth Harries ’95 took a step Tuesday morning toward closing Connecticut’s education achievement gap, which is one of the widest in the country.

Elm City, University debate parking

New Haven residents are calling for tighter regulations on Yale’s longstanding development plans because of the negative impact they may have on the parking space shortage in the city.

City businesses respond to campus events

In the wake of student activism for racial and gender equity on Yale’s campus, several New Haven business owners and employees have declared that they […]

Hill-to-Downtown jumps hurdle

Hill-to-Downtown — the city’s plan to link Union Station and Downtown with new commerce — cleared a hurdle Wednesday night. The five members of the […]

Wave of layoffs hit New Haven Register

At least a dozen employees of the New Haven Register received notice last week that they will lose their jobs before the end of this year due to the uncertain future of Digital First Media,- the paper’s national owners.

Tenth Thai Taste protest in six months held

For the 10th time in six months, Unidad Latina en Acción protested alleged wage theft outside Thai Taste Friday night.

Emporium DNA prices drop

When Emporium DNA first came to Broadway, students criticized the store’s prices, which many considered unaffordable.

Alders approve development plan

The Board of Alders voted unanimously in favor of New Haven Vision 2025 — the city’s decadelong development plan — on Nov. 5, assuring local development projects that their growth is supported by the city.

Harp honors veterans at ceremony

Mayor Toni Harp and Sen. Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 joined New Haven residents Wednesday morning inside the Center Church’s whitewashed and mahogany pulpits to celebrate Veterans Day at the Elm City’s official service.

Smoothie shop bridges town-gown gap

Tropical Smoothie Café has come a long way — from its humble beginning as a Florida beach stand to its present state as a nationwide chain restaurant. This week, it took that journey one step further, celebrating the grand opening of its New Haven location.