Kendra Locke
Restored historical buildings, commercial space featured

Lupe Flores, the owner of Fat Cats Cafe in the Ninth Square, said he envisions the thriving downtown district — once a blighted urban landscape […]

FDIC confirms New Haven Savings Bank merger

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) approved the New Haven Savings Bank’s plans to merge with Connecticut Bancshares, Inc., the holding company for The Savings […]

Landlords oppose regular inspections

A proposed city ordinance amendment that would require regular rental housing inspections and charge property owners annual licensing fees is facing strong opposition from many […]

City schools fill Claire’s kitchen with local food

When customers at Claire’s Corner Copia sample the restaurant’s uniquely delicious purple beans or the plump, heirloom Brandywine tomatoes, they might not expect that high […]

Tweed starts Delta service

Delta Airlines officially announced Monday that it will be providing service to Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport starting May 27. Comair, a Delta connection carrier, will […]

Ann Taylor rejuvenates Elm City shopping scene

Ann Taylor Loft, the first retail tenant to occupy Chapel Square Mall since 2002, finally opened for business last Thursday. Four more stores are slated […]

IKEA’s free training boosts interest, jobs

For New Haven residents interested in acquiring vital work skills and possibly getting a job at one of the world’s most popular home furnishing stores, […]

City Facade Program gives stores facelifts

The historical building at 99-101 Orange St. used to sit vacant with collapsing floors, run-down walls, and a large, unattractive red garage door as its […]

Metro-North’s cars succumb to weather

After a month of freezing temperatures and record snowfalls, the rail cars on Metro-North’s New Haven line — many of which were built in the […]

Despite accord, bank debate continues

On Sept. 5, 2003, New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. stood outside the steps of New Haven Savings Bank’s headquarters on the corner of Church […]

Tweed jet service to start in spring

As negotiations between Delta Airlines and city officials progress, the first jet service to fly out of Tweed-New Haven Airport since 1996 should begin sometime […]