Rocky Hill Hampton Inn breaks ground

A $7.1 million Hampton Inn and Suites is being built in Rocky Hill.

Hartford region's June home sales up

Home sales in the Greater Hartford region rose in June but prices were flat, Realtors say.

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Pratt PurePower engine debuts in Russian jet

Pratt & Whitney's new PurePower geared turbofan engine is heading to Russia.

Malloy projects slight CT budget surplus for last fiscal year

After facing a projected deficit of nearly $400 million three months ago, Connecticut may have ended the last fiscal year with a slight surplus, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration reported...

People's United 2Q net flat

Bridgeport lender People's United Financial Inc. posted flat second-quarter net as merger costs tied to its recent purchase of a Long Island bank ate into earnings.

Webster posts record 2Q net

Waterbury's Webster Financial Corp. achieved record second-quarter profits as higher income from loans propelled the Webster Bank's bottom line.

Malloy, legislators struggle over uncertain path to a budget

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Democratic legislators are struggling to frame a budget deal that requires Malloy to compromise on taxes, liberals to accept structural changes in municipal aid and...

Gaw Miners CEO pleads guilty to wire fraud

The CEO of now-defunct Bloomfield cryptocurrency operator Gaw Miners plead guilty Thursday in Hartford federal court to one count of wire fraud, according to federal prosecutors.

Green Bank gets prestigious gov’t award

The Connecticut Green Bank beat out approximately 500 competitors for a government innovation award from Harvard University, which comes with a $100,000 prize.

Power line inspections to continue into next week

An Eversource helicopter will be traversing many parts of the state over the next week inspecting high-voltage lines, the utility company said.

Prudential announces organizational restructuring

Newark, N.J., financial services company Prudential Financial, which has a strong presence in Hartford, is reorganizing its five businesses into three groups, a change that will not affect Hartford...

CT's job gains continued in June

Connecticut added 7,000 jobs in June and the private sector appears closer to fully recovering all the jobs lost during the Great Recession, state labor authorities say.


Largest NIH grant winners in Connecticut

FY 2016 grants, ranked by size

RankGranteeTotal funding
1Yale University, New Haven$407 million
2UConn School of Medicine/Dental, Farmington$49.6 million
3University of Connecticut, Storrs$23 million
4Haskins Laboratories Inc., New Haven$6 million
5John B. Pierce Laboratory Inc., New Haven$4 million

Source: National Institutes of Health

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