NHPS to select superintendent by June 20

New Haven Public Schools announced Monday that a new superintendent will be selected to replace current superintendent Reginald Mayo by June 20, The New Haven Independent reported. The announcement, made by school board chair Carlos Torre, came complete with a timeline for the search process: Applications will be due June 25, the field will be […]

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Hill neighborhood may receive $250-$300m facelift

The historically low-income Hill neighborhood that is home to Yale-New Haven Hospital and the Yale Medical School is set to receive a $250-$300 million facelift. A public meeting held last Thursday discussed a plan for the Old Coliseum site, according to The New Haven Independent. The location is currently a parking lot, but may soon […]

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City launches program to fight unemployment

New Haven joined forces with Yale and other prominent companies in the area on Wednesday to launch New Haven Works, a program designed to fight unemployment in the Elm City. The new program looks to streamline the hiring process for New Haven residents who are looking for a job. The program boasts connections with some […]

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NHPS opens up national superintendent search

New Haven Public Schools has taken another step towards selecting a new superintendent by opening up a national search for the position. After Superintendent Reginald Mayo announced his retirement this past February, New Haven’s Board of Education has been looking for someone to replace him as the top official in the district — a position […]

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Sullivan’s on Chapel to close

Since Yale students left campus for the summer, change has been in the air in the Elm City. Sullivan’s on Chapel, an Irish restaurant located at 1166 Chapel St., announced on its Facebook page May 23 that it will shut its doors Saturday, June 8. The announcement added that Dean Digioia, who according to the New […]

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ABP’s closure leaves prime Broadway location empty

For nearly a decade, Au Bon Pain’s yellow sign greeted students at the corner of York and Broadway. But on Monday, the store shut its doors for the last time.

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Broadway’s Au Bon Pain may close Monday

The familiar Au Bon Pain at the corner of Broadway and York may soon shut its doors. Two employees of Au Bon Pain confirmed that the bakery at 1 Broadway is scheduled to close Monday. Mindy Matteo, the manager at Origins, which is next door to Au Bon Pain, said that though there has not been any […]

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Belgian bakery Maison Mathis to open on Elm

Right behind Davenport College, a little taste of Belgium is coming to New Haven. Belgian bakery Maison Mathis is set to open at 310 Elm Street, next to Ivy Noodle. Though the exact date of opening has not been determined, construction has started. In addition, the restaurant recently posted a photo of the planned interior […]

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DeStefano reveals post-mayoral plans

While the future of Mayor John DeStefano Jr. has been a mystery since he announced in January that he will not seek reelection, the long-term Elm City politician has finally revealed his post-mayoral plans. DeStefano will assume the vice-presidency of START Community Bank on Jan. 1 — the end date for his last term as […]

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Yale to buy parts of High, Wall Streets permanently

A potential dispute has been resolved between Yale and New Haven after the University struck a deal on Monday to buy the portions of High and Wall Streets on Yale’s campus permanently. The price of both parts of the street will be set by a third party and agreed upon by both parties. The deal […]

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DeStefano, Levin honored with Elm-Ivy awards

The Seton Elm-Ivy ceremonies honor members of the Yale and New Haven communities who have worked to improve the relationship between the University and the city.

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