Patrick Casey
J. Press demolition discussed

City officials held a planning meeting on Wednesday with representatives of J. Press to discuss the planned demolition of the store’s York Street location.

City attracts food trucks

New Haven foodies these days have plenty of reasons to rejoice.

With fifth store, froyo war grows

While no definite date has been set, Pinkberry plans to open a store at 1064 Chapel St. sometime in mid-to-late October.

Torrington rape case attracts media attention

Torrington, Conn., a town only 40 miles north of New Haven, has attracted major media attention during the last month for a statutory rape case.

Aldermen begin budget planning

The Board of Aldermen’s finance committee met Thursday evening in City Hall to begin reviewing budget proposals from each city department for the coming fiscal year.

Following hearings, charter revision moves forward

New Haven’s Charter Revision Commission met Tuesday night for the first time since concluding four public hearings and one briefing from city administration.

State housing department head appointed

Gov. Dannel Malloy announced last week his nomination of Evonne M. Klein to lead the state’s new Department of Housing.

Charter commission takes public input

New Haven’s Charter Revision Commission held a public hearing on Tuesday to hear from citizens on how the city’s charter should be revised.

Obama sworn in for second term

Barack Hussein Obama took the oath of office on Monday, publicly beginning his second term as president of the United States.

Tempered enthusiasm, yet high hopes

When President Barack Obama concluded his inaugural address, Joe Halloran grinned at his wife and let out a sigh of awe.

Inauguration dispatches

Read some on-the-ground dispatches from our reporters in Washington, D.C., covering President Barack Obama’s second presidential inauguration. WASHINGTON, D.C. 1:34 p.m. — Realistic about the […]