by Markeshia Ricks | May 21, 2015 12:42 pm | Comments (16)
If you’ve ever been late to dinner on State Street because you couldn’t find a place to park, the search will soon get easier.
by Paul Bass | May 18, 2015 11:45 am
United Illuminating crew members started felling trees in Edgewood Park Monday—a day after nature started the job for them.
by Paul Bass | May 14, 2015 4:13 pm | Comments (8)
Matthew Nemerson can picture ballfields replacing the empty English Station power plant. Or a solar energy facility. Or new homes or offices. But first New Haven has to find a way to get the global energy giant buying United Illuminating to clean up all the deadly chemicals that lurk there.
by Staff | May 14, 2015 7:38 am | Comments (4)
Mayor Toni Harp grabbed a rake to join a hard-working crew of neighborhood volunteers who continue to put a shine on Newhallville.
by Paul Bass | May 11, 2015 5:21 pm | Comments (9)
This locust tree has another week to remain standing—before it and a couple of dozen other orange-tagged aboreal Edgewood Park denizens get the axe.
by Staff | May 10, 2015 4:46 pm
New Haven Farms searched nationwide for a new helmsperson—and found someone right here in town.
by Staff | Apr 26, 2015 3:37 pm | Comments (2)
Rock to Rock—New Haven’s annual family-friendly celebration of the environmental and all things bikable—drew more than 1,200 cyclists Saturday to city streets between East and West Rock.
by Allan Appel | Apr 22, 2015 8:16 am
Long before the creation of Earth Day, back in 1970, the earth belonged to, well, the Lord.
And Christian missionary organizations were not only in the business of prosyletizing, medical, and education programs; in their early efforts to combat erosion and improve agriculture in far flung parts of the world, they also were precursors of the post-1970 secular environmental movement.
by Aliyya Swaby | Apr 13, 2015 8:17 am | Comments (7)
New Haven’s sewer authority—which now manages wastewater for four municipalities in the region—is looking to expand down the shoreline to Stratford.
by Aliyya Swaby & Paul Bass | Apr 9, 2015 1:00 pm | Comments (1)
After a week of community outcry, John Cesaroni heard the city’s reasoning for seeking to fell a beloved neighborhood tree in front of his house—and embraced the inevitable.