Katie DeWitt
Alexander ’65 boosts town-gown relations

Bruce Alexander ’65’s day began at 8:30 a.m. when he met with a representative from Achievement First, a program that aims to bring qualified teachers […]

City’s redevelopment recalls Lee

Many of the most puzzling parts of New Haven — the patternless one-ways streets, the never-finished Highway 34 West and the eternally vacant Coliseum, are […]

Shops find success at second locations

The city of New Haven prides itself on being large enough to find everything you need but small enough maintain a tight community fabric. Although […]

Commission delays building of school

In recent weeks, the construction of a New Haven high school has been put in doubt because of controversial plans to demolish the historic building […]

Whole Foods scouts seek site for new store

Representatives from Whole Foods Market, the world’s largest retailer of natural and organic foods, visited New Haven last week in search of potential sites for […]

Co-op may fill cinema

The closing of York Square Cinema this summer left open a prime piece of retail space on Broadway, but not all students are ready to […]

City moves forward on high school

After years of searching for a site, the city is moving forward with construction of the Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School on College Street […]

Eatery to go below annex

Next year, some 46 Silliman College students will temporarily trade their dining hall for wings, beer, and Monday Night Football. Construction of a new annex […]

City works toward balance in housing costs

Demand for housing in New Haven has risen, but with it, prices have drastically increased, forcing developers to seek new ways to meet the needs […]

Amtrak suspends Acela train service

Students from the Northeast may need to rethink their travel plans after finals, as Amtrak pulled all 20 of its high-speed Acela trains from service […]

Ninth Sq. struggles to fill retail spaces

The opening of Avellino’s Trattoria earlier this month marks the arrival of yet another hip restaurant and bar in New Haven’s historic Ninth Square District. […]