Myles Odermann
Staff Reporter
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More low-income workers commute to jobs, report finds

Low-income workers in the Elm City must commute to work more often than those who earn living wages, according to a recent report by DataHaven, […]

UberEATS brings competition to online ordering

In the past, people grew wheat for three months, milled it into flour and baked bread. Now, Elm City residents can tap their smartphones’ touch […]

Family weekend boosts area businesses

As students cleaned their rooms to prepare for Family Weekend, businesses in the New Haven area made preparations too. Last Friday, the families of hundreds […]

Elm City by day, Cocktail City by night

New Havenites no longer have to commute to New York City for a decent cocktail. Since the 2007 opening of 116 Crown, a lounge that […]

Junzi Kitchen expands to Columbia

A local restaurant startup that has won the hearts of Yale students plans to expand its concept of Chinese food to New York City.

Wooster Square plans for the future

Representatives from Utile Architecture & Planning pitched to Wooster Square residents their vision of a new and reinvigorated corridor between the neighborhood and downtown New Haven.

Apartment complex in Science Park to expand

Showing no signs of gun shyness, the number of apartment units in a building that previously housed a former gun factory is planned to increase. […]

Local organization aids urban forestry

Despite its nickname, the Elm City’s most populous tree is not the elm, a Urban Resources Initiative representative shared at a Saturday Tree Identification Workshop.

Local school brings back native habitat

Against a backdrop of native plants, students and teachers at Conte West Hills Magnet School are learning about nature outside the classroom.

New Haven undergoes three-month drought

For the past three months, New Haven has been experiencing its worst drought of the decade. Last week, the United States Drought Monitor changed the drought’s status from moderate to severe.

Committee debates ordinance for public cameras

After months of deliberation, the New Haven City Services and Environmental Policy Committee considered discussion Tuesday evening on a policy that would institutionalize public camera usage.