Marc Wiznia
Gay life said to correlate with jobs

According to a noted economic development expert, New Haven’s homosexual population may indicate a prosperous future for the Elm City. The Greater New Haven Chamber […]

Cross-Sound cable angers city

Elm City officials hope to prevent New York from leeching off New England’s power grid. The Connecticut Siting Council will begin reviewing a proposal today […]

Riders talk service on bumpy ride

Jammed into a business train car with a conference table extending down the middle of the aisle, Shore Line East riders spoke with members of […]

Mayor, citizens talk about community

Lee Cruz, director of the Ronald McDonald House in New Haven, developed the idea for a unity forum when driving in Fair Haven. While stopped […]

Schiavone in trouble for moving trestle

A crumbling 10-ton railroad bridge trestle no longer blocks New Haven’s West River, thanks to New Haven Republican mayoral candidate Joel Schiavone ’58. But Schiavone’s […]

HUD in new agreement with city

Following nine months of negotiations, the New Haven Housing Authority and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development agreed on a new contract designated […]

Traffic woes? City tries a trolley

Half a century ago, sports fans going to the Yale Bowl from central campus could hitch a ride on a trolley. Starting next year, they […]

Scipio’s death leaves void in local politics

When state Rep. Howard Scipio, a Democrat who has represented New Haven for eight years, suddenly died this spring, a seat opened that no one […]

The town-gown divide — first ice cream, now cash

New Haven’s infamous ice cream riot began on an afternoon in May 1952, when a Good Humor truck and an ice cream pushcart squabbled over […]

Renewed Broadway lures Yalies, townies

Who needs Harvard Square? Yale’s got Broadway. A seven-year joint redevelopment venture between the University and New Haven that is nearing completion has made the […]

YES targets business boom

The Yale Entrepreneurial Society has New Haven on its mind. As entrepreneurship becomes more prevalent in the Elm City, YES, a not-for-profit student group that […]