CT lawmakers look to leverage Opportunity Zones

Investors, developers and economic-development officials have been eagerly awaiting the potential impact of Opportunity Zone investments.

CT projected to pay $45.6M in Hartford debt aid in fiscal 2020

The state is projected to contribute $45.6 million to the Capital City in fiscal 2020 as part of its long-term commitment to pay off Hartford's general obligation (GO) debt, according to the mayor's...

Bloomberg: CT has 4th most innovative economy

Based on its presence of science, technology, engineering and math workers, density of tech companies, and research and development capabilities, Connecticut has the nation's fourth most innovative...

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CT casino guest guilty of fraud

An Indian national whom authorities say swindled $800,000 in a “provisional credit'' scheme while staying and gambling at Connecticut casinos has pleaded guilty and faces a maximum 30-year...

W. Hartford financial advisory bows

Veteran Connecticut financial planners Edward Goldber and Brenda Larkin have opened a financial-advisory practice in West Hartford.

CT health insurers stocks slide on Medicare-for-All fears

Washington – While critics say it will never become law, investors are taking Sen. Bernie Sanders' Medicare-for-All proposal seriously, and health insurer stocks have slid steadily since the...

Report: Hospital inpatient, ER visits down sharply

A new report from state health officials says hospitals are continuing to see declines in inpatient stays and emergency-room visits.

Day 7: Stop & Shop strike, negotiations continue

Stop & Shop workers were still on strike Wednesday as ongoing labor negotiations with the Mass.-based grocery giant remain in flux.

United Bank's 1Q net slips

Hartford community lender United Financial Inc. posted lower first-quarter net, and disclosed its multi-million-dollar stake in a bankrupt California solar concern.

UConn students revamp Hartford’s historic Keney Clock Tower

Engineering students at UConn have completed overhauling the 19th-century Keney Memorial Clock Tower at the corner of Main and Ely streets in Hartford.

Univ. St. Joseph hires outgoing education commissioner Wentzell

Dianna Wentzell, the state's outgoing education commissioner, has accepted an interim position at the University of St. Joseph leading clinical education, according to school officials.

Area March home sales sag, condos rise

Greater Hartford house sales sagged in March, but condominium/townhome sales surged, Realtors say.

State reviewing nursing home strike contingency plans

State health officials have begun their own preparations in advance of threatened strikes planned for May 1 at 20 Connecticut nursing homes.


Largest hospitals in Greater Hartford

Ranked by FTE employees as of April 2019

RankHospitalFTE employees
1Hartford Hospital, Hartford5,860
2St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford5,731*
3Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Hartford2,805
4Middlesex Hospital, Middletown2,179
5Hospital of Central Connecticut, New Britain1,565

Source: Each hospital via survey, *Data from 2017 survey

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