Katie DeWitt
Local retailers seek ban on food carts

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Alleging unfair business practices, the Broadway Merchants Association recently filed a complaint with […]

Rell protects biotech program

Citing her commitment to economic development and job growth, Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell has decided against a proposed elimination of the state’s research and […]

Yale to renovate historic stadium

The decrepit seats and decaying walls of the historic Yale Bowl will undergo a multi-million dollar facelift come April. The renovation project — estimated at […]

Mayor says Rell budget will hurt city’s programs

Mayor John DeStefano Jr. has loudly voiced his opinion that Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell’s state budget proposal would have a negative economic impact on […]

State of city finances appears bleak

Expressing concern about the city’s reliance on one-time revenue sources, two bond-rating agencies recently called into question the state of New Haven’s finances, though they […]

Tweed to respond to business boom with expansion

By Katie DeWitt Staff reporter On the heels of a 146 percent increase in airline passengers from 2003 to 2004, Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport recently […]

US Airways increases its flights at Tweed

US Airways announced Monday night that it has added a fifth daily flight to Philadelphia out of Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport. The new flight is […]

Homebuyer Program continues to expand

The line of students pining for grass-fed burgers and organic field greens outside the Berkeley College dining hall was moving slower than usual earlier this […]

Amtrak to lease eight locomotives to Conn.

The Amtrak board of directors approved the terms of a contract Thursday that will lease eight locomotives to the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Expected to […]

Ruling bans development district plan

A Connecticut Appellate Court decision has left New Haven with no laws to address its current major development projects. The ongoing litigation has halted several […]

Conn. is praised for development efforts

The 18th annual “Development Report Card for the States” awarded straight A’s to Connecticut for 2004, making it the only state in the nation to […]