by Thomas MacMillan | Jan 20, 2014 8:52 am | Comments (19)
When the city presented a new “vision” for the “Hill-to-Downtown” area—complete with parks and plazas and a reimagined street grid—one landowner raised an objection: Your hypothetical new road runs right through my real property.
by Melissa Bailey | Jan 17, 2014 8:35 am | Comments (8)
The great Tea Party hope for capturing the governor’s mansion joined the revolution in New Haven streets—then crossed over to the Owl Shop to smoke a cigar with the “RINOs.”
by Cora Lewis & Thomas MacMillan | Jan 15, 2014 5:27 pm | Comments (24)
Alex Saeedy walked past 40 picketers protesting the alleged firing of four immigrant whistleblowers to buy a can of Diet Coke and a Reuben sandwich with lettuce, tomato, onion, and dijon mustard.
by Thomas MacMillan | Jan 8, 2014 4:36 pm | Comments (4)
(Updated) Head City Librarian Christopher Korenowksy has resigned.
by Thomas MacMillan | Jan 8, 2014 2:27 pm | Comments (10)
In order for a Fairfield company to tear down the Comcast building and put up a new mixed-use development, it will need city lawmakers to redraw the zoning map.
by Staff | Jan 7, 2014 5:09 pm
Amid Tuesday’s sub-freezing temperatures, an underground pipe broke, sending water (and eventually ice) onto Crown Street.
by Thomas MacMillan | Jan 7, 2014 9:54 am | Comments (12)
On his last day on the job, departing city traffic tsar Jim Travers unveiled a first: a new card for shopping, dining, and parking in the city and a new way for New Haven to “brand” itself as a destination city.
by Thomas MacMillan | Dec 20, 2013 2:14 pm | Comments (26)
A woman was hit by a white Ford pickup while crossing Elm Street Thursday afternoon.
by Paul Bass | Dec 11, 2013 1:39 pm
The “Birthplace of the Nation’s Hits” turned 99 years old Wednesday with a new lease on life—marked by a formal transfer of ownership and a ceremonial sharing of Claire’s Lithuanian Coffee Cake.
by Thomas MacMillan and Paul Bass | Dec 3, 2013 1:22 pm | Comments (16)
(Updated) The fate of the biggest proposed downtown development project in New Haven’s history now rests up in Hartford—where its prospects are by no means certain, according to lawmakers who’ll lead the charge on its behalf.