Marc Wiznia
Some local eateries face tough times

With the recent closing of a short-lived crepe and ice cream shop, the chances for a new restaurant to make an impact in New Haven’s […]

Long Wharf looks at move to Chapel

Yale students may not be the only college students shopping at the redeveloped Chapel Square Mall. Both Gateway Community College and Long Wharf Theatre are […]

Chapel mall renovation agreement finalized

The city of New Haven finally closed a deal worth nearly $6 million with a well-respected developing team to rejuvenate the Chapel Square Mall, ending […]

State commission OKs port authority

New Haven may have gained the upper hand in its battle with Bridgeport to host a pilot feeder barge program. On April 1, the Connecticut […]

City plans revamp for waterfront

For an important redevelopment project like that of New Haven’s waterfront, it’s never too early to start planning — even for something as mundane as […]

Housing Authority plans to redevelop West Rock without grant

Redeveloping the West Rock and Quinnipiac Terrace housing complexes remains the New Haven Housing Authority’s top priority, whether it obtains federal grants or not. The […]

Mall overhaul sparks competition

With the Chapel Square Mall slated for a major overhaul, nearby landlords may try to upgrade their properties to avoid being left behind. The New […]

City official takes new job, keeps old

For Andrew Rizzo, two jobs in New Haven’s government are better than one. On March 4, Andrew Rizzo became the interim executive director of New […]

Chapel Square Mall finally set for overhaul

After numerous delays due to legal procedure, the Chapel Square Mall will finally be redeveloped. Lawyers representing both the city of New Haven and a […]

Army Corps of Engineers approves power cable

A proposal to connect the New England and New York power grids earned final regulatory approval this past week, but opponents vow to continue fighting […]

New style of poll tests residents on Tweed, tax sharing

Typical opinion polls just may not be adequate anymore. A representative sample of 136 area residents descended upon Yale this weekend for the New Haven […]