Business/Labor/ Economic Development
by Paul Bass | Apr 21, 2014 12:01 pm | Comments (20)
City Hall’s efforts to move the New Haven Register downtown have met with a final “no.”
by Thomas MacMillan | Apr 18, 2014 8:14 am | Comments (18)
A plan to bring new life to a long-shuttered industrial complex won another approval Wednesday night, with an aim for completion in 2 years.
by Allan Appel | Apr 11, 2014 8:26 am | Comments (2)
Jaclyn Freshman chose the original “tart and sweet” yogurt with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pineapple, and dark chocolate crisps.
Sarah Bull chose the “pomegranate original swirl” with similar fruit and added the “mochi” or rice tapioca bits, along chocolate chips.
Christine Wu had the pomegranate yogurt with lots of strawberries with some teddy grahams stuck against the swirl like yummy rocks in the dairy mountain.
by Allan Appel | Apr 10, 2014 8:33 am | Comments (3)
Nearly an acre of lonely riverfront property near the confluence of the Quinnipiac and Mill rivers will be vacant no longer.
by Allan Appel | Apr 8, 2014 2:42 pm | Comments (18)
As jackhammers pounded the ground and a John Deere grapple lifted buckets full of dirt, Rob Greenberg peered through a fence—but wasn’t allowed past it—in search of early New Haven Colonial history.
by Melissa Bailey | Apr 8, 2014 12:01 pm | Comments (2)
By a unanimous vote Monday, city lawmakers rezoned 16.2 acres of vacant land along Route 34, paving the way for a proposed $11 million new home for the not-for-profit organization Continuum of Care.
by Paul Bass | Apr 3, 2014 3:57 pm | Comments (1)
As Buddha kept watch in the ornate dining room, Yoko Ishikawa fished a hard-boiled egg from the bath. A souchong bath.
by Thomas MacMillan | Apr 3, 2014 12:11 pm | Comments (1)
After the housing crash, taxpayers never got to see banking execs put on trial, to hold them accountable for tanking the economy and plunging the economy into recession — until now.
by Paul Bass | Apr 3, 2014 8:34 am | Comments (23)
Last week, Dolores Colon wasn’t ready to vote. She worried about more pollution coming to an asthma-choked neighborhood. Six nights later, she had waded through reports—and voted for a plan to start rebuilding a bulldozed former neighborhood, a plan that she concluded won’t further dirty the air.
by Paul Bass | Apr 1, 2014 3:33 pm | Comments (3)
A colorful fine arts and crafts chain known for moving into up-and-coming “quirky” urban neighborhoods like Park Slope is headed to New Haven’s lower Chapel Street—because the man in the canvas coat, flannel shirt and blue jeans took a stroll there the other day.