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Transit report urges more trains, barges

Trains soon could link New Haven with Bradley International Airport, and tolls may replace tractor trailers on Interstate 95. These travel options sample the Connecticut […]

The death and life of Chapel Square

In 1965, the doors to a new 160,000 square-foot, air-conditioned mall at Chapel Square opened. The clearing of three blocks downtown had paved the way […]

City plans to transform Fair Haven waterfront

Redevelopment of the Fair Haven waterfront has entered the implementation phase. Earlier this month, the New Haven Board of Aldermen approved the state’s designation of […]

City redeveloping Chapel Square area

Significant changes to the Chapel Square Mall and downtown’s main entrance may not be that far away. New Haven is exclusively negotiating with a developing […]

Housing Authority plans two complexes

Losing out on the HOPE VI grant will not prevent extensive improvements to New Haven’s public housing. Housing Authority officials said work on master plans […]

Local merchants report successful holiday sales

Despite declines in national retail levels, sales in downtown New Haven remained strong during the critical holiday season. Although most shops did not match the […]

Underwater power cable will go through despite city opposition

Despite opposition from local politicians, environmentalists and businessmen, an electric cable may soon link the New England and New York power grids. The Connecticut Siting […]

Local economists say recession will not last

The nationwide recession may be official, but it should end by the second quarter of 2002. This is the prognosis of two local economic gurus, […]

City economy holding its own thus far

For the time being, it appears New Haven has weathered the economic storm. While the the national economy flounders through its first official recession since […]

DeStefano, city politicians protest cuts in bus service

Budgetary constraints have forced Connecticut Transit to plan reductions for its New Haven bus service. But local politicians, environmentalists and bus riders protesting these service […]

Tweed may extend its runway’s length

The roar of jet engines could return to Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport. In a meeting in the former terminal building, built in the 1930s, the […]