Maggie Reid
Med school founds new dept.

The Yale School of Medicine has created a new Department of Immunobiology, becoming one of the few schools in the nation to devote an entire […]

Painkillers often abused

Patients are commonly prescribed painkillers as a quick fix for chronic back pain, but new research at Yale shows that these short-term prescriptions may lead […]

Community gardens sprout in city

Asphalt streets and concrete sidewalks might not offer the best atmosphere to grow fruits and vegetables, but New Haven community gardening and green space programs […]

Women open stores

Three and a half years ago, when Liza Clayson wanted to start a business, she moved to Branford to pursue her entrepreneurial dreams instead of […]

Newhallville to apply for grant

After years of walking by rows of dilapidated houses that line many of the streets in Newhallville, residents of this New Haven neighborhood may see […]

Students react to Dwight’s move

Several days after Dwight Hall announced it will leave the Old Campus chapel it has called home for the past 80 years, students and alumni […]

Rell wins gov. race

HARTFORD — Republican incumbent M. Jodi Rell defeated New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. in Connecticut’s gubernatorial election Tuesday, burying her opponent by a margin […]

Schools assess detector mettle

The city’s decision to install metal detectors in its 13 public high schools might be paying off. The new metal detector system, which was put […]

DeStefano depends on Elm City

Although the statewide election day will focus on campaign speeches and the last-minute scrambles for voters, for New Haven community members, Nov. 7 is a […]

State ranked third in smarts

Connecticut has always had its own state flag and bird, but now it has a state report card — and a good one, too. Connecticut […]

Local eateries diversify

Jack of all trades, but master of none? That commonplace warning does not seem to faze New Haven entrepreneurs, as the owners of several well-known […]