Katie DeWitt
School may relocate to Crown

After more than a year of planning and negotiations, the city of New Haven made their first offer Wednesday to purchase four spaces on Crown […]

Forum looks at city retail

“Underwear, everyone wants underwear!” Bruce Alexander, one of Yale’s highest-ranking officials, said, in reference to student requests for greater New Haven retail at an open […]

Wholesale coffee store comes back to city

Jamaican Gourmet Coffee, having outgrown its previous spot in North Haven, has returned to its Elm City roots. The business, which supplies many local coffee […]

Y50K candidates await YES decision

Having submitted their final business plans and market analyses last week, Yale’s budding entrepreneurs await the judges’ pending responses as to who has what it […]

Firehouse 12 heats up city music scene

Firehouse 12, a former firehouse turned recording studio and performance venue in New Haven’s Ninth Square, hosted its first official concert Sunday. A three-story space […]

Popular listing site Craigslist.org expands to New Haven

Yale students and New Haven residents can now search for summer sublets, apply for jobs and sign up for free informal knitting lessons all in […]

Many universities face town-gown issues

For the past decade, Yale University and Yale-New Haven Hospital have taken their places as New Haven’s largest employers, a position that has created increasingly […]

New York-based store acquires Book Haven

After nearly 27 years and thousands of books sold, Book Haven was purchased by Labyrinth Books of New York City on Tuesday. Sharing Book Haven’s […]

Grant funds reopening of city welcome center

Beginning in May, a big blue furniture store will not be the only building welcoming travelers into New Haven. The NewAlliance Foundation announced earlier this […]

Hotel plan is questioned

In the wake of the Board of Aldermen’s decision to go ahead with Mayor John DeStefano Jr.’s downtown development plan, some have raised questions about […]

Fernandez leaves development post

Henry Fernandez LAW ’94 announced his resignation Tuesday after nearly seven years of overseeing five city departments as New Haven’s economic development administrator. Citing a […]