January 27, 2021, by Thomas Breen- "The last round has commenced at the former 500 Blake Street Cafe, as Ocean Management has begun demolishing the once-popular nightspot to make way for 129 new market-rate apartments slated to be built in the heart of Westville Village. Project manager Melissa Saint told the Independent that demolition began on Monday, and should be done in approximately two weeks. When asked for what exactly is happening at the 500 Blake St.
Thursday | January 28, 2021
Tuesday | January 26, 2021
Januay 26, by Brian Slattery- "In some parts of the Kehler Liddell Gallery on Whalley Avenue in Westville, there’s a child crawling into a giant sculpture while others look on. A meeting of Segways. A ruffle of clouds over an open city square. In other parts of the gallery, nudes recline in parlors, and walk with strength and determination through ruins.
Monday | January 11, 2021
With the ongoing pandemic, what do municipalities need to do to stay afloat? This hour, we look at neighborhoods and towns in Connecticut working to keep their residents connected and businesses thriving during this pandemic. We hear from residents in Westville, a small thriving community in New Haven.
January 6, 2021, by Kathy Leonard Czepiel- Tucked into little bird's nest pastries and featured in authentic Damascan-style ice cream, pistachios are a key ingredient at the new Pistachio Café in Westville. This "nut of choice" for Syrians, owner Mohamad Hafez says, symbolizes Syria's legendary hospitality.