April 10, 2017, by Markeshia Ricks- "With the first blue sky in days overhead and wind whipping all around, Frank DeLeo shared a vision of trails along the West River and people biking and hiking near the former Pond Lily Dam just a few feet from the hustle and bustle of traffic and parking lots. DeLeo along with about 45 people from both New Haven and Woodbridge gathered at the edge of West River, at the site of the old dam, for an update Saturday on the progress of the river and what is hoped for the future of recreation that would tie the two cities together.
Tuesday | April 11, 2017
Thursday | March 23, 2017
Friday | March 17, 2017
March 17, 2017, by Markeshia Ricks- "As plans emerge for some of its empty spaces, Westville’s commercial district has a new suggested plan for denser, less car-dependent development.
Thursday | January 26, 2017
January 25, 2017, by Thomas Breen- "David Moser offered a simple choice to the group of skaters and bikers and rollerbladers gathered in a circle before him Tuesday night: “Concrete vs. asphalt.” “How critical is that difference?” the city’s landscape architect asked, flipping through his notes on the ideal design of an urban skate park. “Very!” Nearly everyone in the room shouted at once, voicing their unanimous support for concrete. “The foundation of a skate park is the most important part to get right,” one skater said.
Thursday | January 12, 2017
January 11, 2017, by Sorrel Westbrook- "On Instagram feeds and Pinterest boards, a new old way of accessorizing is popular again. Pins and patches—colorful, often irreverent pieces of flair that were, until recently, considered passé and perhaps a little dweebish—are back, and a storefront in the Westville neighborhood is the trend’s local standard-bearer. “I feel weird saying we helped pioneer it, or that we’re at the forefront of it,” Alex Dakoulas says. “But some people have said that. So that’s flattering.
Monday | December 5, 2016
November 26, 2016, by Luther Turmelle- "If Chip In A Bottle, Darrell Nurse’s foray into selling high-end chocolates, cakes and gift baskets, doesn’t succeed, it won’t be from a lack of trying. Like many entrepreneurs, Nurse works two jobs. He spends mornings working as a physical therapist, visiting patients in their homes, Then, after 2 p.m., he becomes a baker and chocolate maker, working out of his beautifully restored Whalley Avenue storefront.
Thursday | November 17, 2016
Tuesday | November 8, 2016
Monday | October 17, 2016
October 16, 2016, by David Sepulveda- "Last weekend, the first in a series of four weekends of City Wide Open Studios kicked off in Westville, marking a watershed moment in the life of this emerging arts district. Consideration of Westville’s entree as a full-fledged, City Wide Open Studios (CWOS) weekend destination had its pros and cons according to Helen Kauder, executive director of Artspace, which sponsors the nearly month-long arts festival in New Haven.