Myles Odermann
Staff Reporter
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After training cooks, nonprofit opens cafe

Orchid Café opened last week at 4 Science Park, an expansion of the nonprofit Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology, which provides job training for residents in some of New Haven’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods such as Newhallville and Dixwell.

City hopes to purchase historic YNHH building

After community activists pushed for months to save a Yale New Haven Hospital-owned building from demolition, city officials are working to acquire the vacated property. […]

UP CLOSE: For New Haven, new colleges bring opportunity for growth

As the $500 million project nears completion, residents, retailers and real estate investors in the area await the uptick in population and the economic boost it will bring the neighborhood.

Food trucks, carts to play by new rules

The New Haven Board of Alders unanimously voted to overhaul the Elm City’s food vendor rules.

New Indian restaurant joins Whitney food scene

An Indian fast-food restaurant became the most recent venue to join a wave of new eateries.

Wooster residents reflect on past, look forward

Last night, roughly 30 residents attended the Historic Wooster Square Association’s annual meeting, where residents of one of New Haven’s most citizen-involved neighborhoods gathered to […]

Chinese restaurant opens on Whitney

A Chinese restaurant chain that serves cuisine from the central Chinese city Xi’an opened its first American location on Whitney.

In Yale Dems event, Malloy speaks candidly

Gov. Dannel Malloy and nearly 40 students met in the Branford Common Room on Wednesday.

New Haven, state prepare for rise in electric vehicles

Though transportation using foot, pedal and petrol are still more common forms of travel, New Haven and the rest of Connecticut continue to adapt to […]

Off campus becomes more popular, accessible

As new and refurbished units open in the Elm City, off-campus housing for Yale students is increasing.

Ben Carson ’73 confirmed as HUD Secretary

A Senate vote of 58–42 confirmed Ben Carson ’73 as the new secretary of the HUD.