Fear, hope and hardship: Local businesses adapt to Yale’s dining-out policies

Local restaurants have voiced mixed reactions to Yale’s restrictions on off-campus dining, reporting feelings of understanding, loss and frustration amid changes to business.  In a […]

Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce hosts first in-person Pulse event for young professionals since start of COVID-19 pandemic

Pulse hosts a kick off mixer for Young Professionals in the Greater New Haven Area.

New Pedals location opens on York Street

The smoothie and juice bar opened a third location on 284 York St. in early November, offering a variety of gluten-free and vegan options.

Brewery planned for Fair Haven heads to West Haven; city officials disappointed

New England Brewing Co.’s relocation plan changes from Fair Haven to West Haven. West Haven welcomed NEBCO while Republican councilman Cohen questioned the integrity of the selection process.

After months of negotiations, Yale’s unions ratify five-year contracts

 Sixteen months after negotiations began, members of Yale’s two main unions voted to ratify new five-year contracts with the University, covering over 5,000 workers.  Locals […]

Local 35 union President Bob Proto speaks at a podium in front of members seated in rows on the Green.
New Haven Restaurant Week drives commercial diversification efforts

Last Tuesday, New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker joined city officials in celebrating the return of New Haven’s 13th annual Restaurant Week. From Oct. 3-16, more […]

Environmentalists decry pesticide use at local airports

Local environmental activists have raised concerns about the use of pesticides at Tweed New Haven Airport and Sikorsky Memorial Airport, which can have negative impacts […]

Negotiations over future of Union Station nearing conclusion

A new 35-year lease is in sight for New Haven Union Station as local and state representatives are nearing the conclusion of negotiations.

A passenger boards a train on Union Station
Tweed adds four Florida routes

The new leisure routes are a departure from previous business hub destinations. Meanwhile, American Airlines seems poised to leave on Sept. 30.

Tweed lifts off with $100 million private investment and new terminal, airline

A massive expansion of Southern Connecticut’s largest airport will be funded by a Goldman Sachs-owned company, which will take the reins on day-to-day operations for the next forty years. Meanwhile, a new airline promises regular, affordable service from Tweed, which has struggled in recent years.

A rendering of the possible changes at Tweed
Vaccine passports remain up in the air for Connecticut residents

As the city prepares to reopen this May, the possibility of a vaccine passport required of city residents remains up in the air.