by Steve Hamm | Dec 14, 2017 12:48 pm | Comments (1)
New Haven has a long history of sizable businesses that closed their doors or pulled up stakes and moved elsewhere. So why not build local businesses from the ground up that are friendly to the environment, provide good jobs, and are unlikely to leave?
Continue reading ‘A Tipping Point: The Video Story’
by Thomas Breen | Dec 12, 2017 8:33 am | Comments (6)
A new not-for-profit committed to economic development with a social impact is looking to convert a vacant industrial building near the Mill River into the new home for a brewery, a coffee roaster and an indoor mushroom farm.
Continue reading ‘Beer, Coffee, & Mushrooms, All Under One Roof’
by Thomas Breen | Aug 28, 2017 6:29 am | Comments (6)
Two Connecticut politicians who have ardently defended New Haven’s status as a sanctuary city promised supporters that they would continue to protect local immigrants from what they see as unjust federal orders of deportation.
Continue reading ‘Harp, Sanctuary Policy Get Senator’s Endorsement’
by Thomas Breen | Apr 3, 2017 7:03 am | Comments (5)
New Haven’s top economic development official has promised to help a Grand Avenue homeless shelter find a new home now that the zoning board has denied its request for permission to move to an empty building on an industrial strip around the corner.
Continue reading ‘Shelter Starts Again In Home Search’
by Thomas Breen | Feb 15, 2017 12:18 pm | Comments (5)
Operators of a Grand Avenue homeless shelter looking to move around the block will have to wait at least another month before the zoning board can vote on its relocating request. The reason for the delay: missing paperwork, and an incomplete application.
Continue reading ‘Alder, East St. Neighbors Oppose Homeless Shelter’s Move’
by Allan Appel | Jun 29, 2016 6:20 am | Comments (5)
Hector Diaz was netting healthy-sized blue crabs and even big eels in the Mill River Tuesday afternoon.
Two dozen non-angling environmental and development officials from the city and state, along with Mill River Trail Association devotees, were on hand to admire the catch. They were also there to tell Diaz, through the ceremonies that ensued, that in the months and years ahead his access to the river for fishing and other enjoyments will be a lot easier.
Continue reading ‘Crabs Caught, River Trail Hailed’
by Staff | May 10, 2016 2:35 pm | Comments (3)
A black bear roamed around the Mill River, East Rock, Fair Haven, and Jocelyn Square Tuesday before cops and state Department of Environmental Protection officers cornered him, tranquilized him, and took him away.
Continue reading ‘Visiting Bear Tranquilized’
by Aliyya Swaby | Apr 28, 2016 12:17 pm | Comments (3)
The city got a state grant to develop a trail along the Mill River between East Rock Park and Grand Avenue—furthering a project years in the making to create a connected system of trails and bike routes.
Continue reading ‘Mill River Trail Gets Seed Money’
by Allan Appel | Mar 17, 2016 11:04 am | Comments (3)
Piles of steel, rebar, and other heavy industrial materials are about to grow higher along the banks of the Mill River, despite fears of neighbors about what’s in the dust that gets kicked up in the process.
Continue reading ‘“Robust Dust” Plan Clears Way For Industrial Pile To Grow’
by Paul Bass | Feb 25, 2016 7:45 am | Comments (13)
City lawmakers were so determined to move ahead a plan to build a new $16 million tech and innovation campus that they voted ... not to vote to approve it.
Continue reading ‘“Cool” Tech Hub Fast-Tracked’