Nearing one year under new owners, Wheelhouse Cycling pedals on

Wheelhouse Cycling Studio approaches its one-year anniversary under their current owners, a mother-daughter duo working to build a strong community of riders.

East Rock Breads bakery rolls into New Haven

Hand-made rye, sourdough and French baguettes are coming to State Street as Bill Frisch plans to officially launch his new bakery in May.

ULA urges boycott of Pizza House, citing worker abuse

Following a report from a former employee of verbal and physical abuse, ULA has launched a boycott of Pizza House.

Tweed takes off with Avelo Airlines’s millionth member celebration

Avelo Airlines, Tweed-New Haven Airport’s largest airline, celebrated its millionth flown customer last Friday.

Yale-based hiring initiative hosts Employment Readiness series for job-seeking New Haveners

This week’s job presentation, led by the Cornell Scott Hill Center, was the latest installment in a series of employment information sessions.

Six months after opening in New Haven, Tibetan Kitchen thrives

Tibetan Kitchen, which opened its doors in October, has attracted a large following among Yale students and New Haveners with their authentic Tibetan cuisine.

Pathways to Wellness prepares for grand opening in Hamden

The wellness center aims to reimagine what wellness and mental healthcare looks like in Black communities.

State agency CTNext looks to boost Connecticut businesses

Seeking to keep graduates in the state and increasing inclusivity and representation are priorities for CTNext as they look to grow.

After bloom of Valentine’s Day demand, New Haven florists reflect on changing industry

Valentine’s Day flower shopping offers a view into the flower industry and supply chain.

New Haven mega-landlord fined $1,500 for housing code violations in fourth criminal case since May

As Ocean Management tenants say more must be done to address dismal living conditions, state lawmakers consider quadrupling housing violation fines.

ConnCORP allocates resources to minority-owned small businesses

ConnCORP is the recipient of a $1 million grant from the KeyBank Foundation to support its work uplifting local minority-owned businesses.