Margy Slattery
Starbucks’ brief closing has limited effects

Yalies craving their usual venti nonfat Caramel Macchiatos with whipped cream Tuesday night might have been disappointed to find the oft-frequented doors of both of […]

Budget cut may impact nonprofits

The financial fate of a number of New Haven nonprofits may be in jeopardy if the president’s proposed budget is passed, though the organizations hope […]

Mayor outlines city development plan

While Mayor John DeStefano Jr.’s most immediate concern Wednesday afternoon might have been flooding in parts of New Haven, by last night the mayor’s attention […]

Despite city’s objections, Tweed pushes for expansion

Many Yalies from out of state or country are familiar with flying into LaGuardia or Bradley International Airports to get to campus, but plans are […]

Pearl honors son with goodwill foundation

Although voters across the country are weighing issues ranging from the economy to health care to immigration as they ponder their 2008 election choices, the […]

Water authority files eight new foreclosure suits

As Congress and the president confront a struggling economy and a subprime mortgage crisis, New Haven politicians are also feeling the strain from a rise […]

Schools attract students in virtual college fair program

With the college-application season in full swing, many high-school seniors are busy visiting schools and meeting with admissions representatives. But with a new online-admissions information […]

NYU professor talks nutrition, agricultural policy

Marion Nestle knows that there is more to a box of Cheez-Its than first meets the eye. Nestle, author of “What to Eat” and professor […]

PETA honors Univ. as veg-friendly

Yale’s oft-neglected tofu apple crisp is finally getting its just desserts. The University was recognized as one of peta2’s “Most Vegetarian-Friendly Colleges in America” last […]

City safety seminar draws just one attendee

Despite a spate of recent crimes against Yale students, a police-run seminar on safety in New Haven drew only one attendee Thursday night. Officer Joe […]