Stanley CEO outlines conditions for keeping companies in CT

Stanley Black and Decker CEO Jim Loree has publicly issued a call to action to Connecticut leaders intent on keeping companies like his from defecting to other states.

S&P: CT debt service not at risk

With 16 states still in 11th-hour budget talks as their fiscal years close, Connecticut is not as bad off as some, according to a fresh report from S&P Global Ratings.

Two Roads Tap Room opens at Bradley

Stratford's Two Roads Brewing Co. has debuted a beer-tasting room in Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.

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Windsor metals manufacturer expands

Windsor's Leipold Precision Group has expanded its manufacturing floor in an $8 million project supported by a $3 million loan from Connecticut.

CT astronaut moves on to private sector

Connecticut native Rick Mastracchio has retired from NASA and taken up a job with a Virginia contractor that provides cargo to the International Space Station, where he spent more than six months...

CT woman nets 2 yrs. for $1.7M theft

A Wethersfield woman who stole $1.7 million from a Connecticut computer software firm where she was payroll manager will spend two years in federal prison, authorities say.

CT promotes website for two new aging programs

Connecticut's Department on Aging has launched a website dedicated to promoting two new programs intended to enhance residents' experiences with aging.

CT Dems slam Senate health bill that endangers Medicaid expansion

Connecticut's senators blasted the GOP plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but will sit on the sidelines as their divided Republican colleagues try to hash out final details of a...

Bottle bills face uncertain fate

Lawmakers and members of Connecticut’s complex recycling industry can’t agree on what to do when it comes to the state’s bottle law.

Malloy ‘dismayed’ at EPA’s smog delay

Gov. Dannel Malloy said a decision this month by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt to delay more stringent standards for ground-level ozone, or smog, will hurt Connecticut...

Dempsey's Diamond is Day Kimball's new CEO

Anne Diamond, CEO of UConn Health's John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington, has been selected to lead Day Kimball Healthcare in Putnam.

$4.8M for UHart, Montessori degree

The University of Hartford and the Montessori Training Center Northeast say they have been awarded $4.8 million from the Walton Family Foundation to establish an undergraduate Montessori education...

New Census estimates: Retirement-age population keeps growing

Connecticut's population, like the rest of the nation's, continues to age.


Largest architecture firms in Greater Hartford

Ranked by number of local licensed architects as of May 2017

RankFirmNo. architects
1The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Glastonbury64
2JCJ Architecture, Hartford32
3Amenta Emma Architects PC, Hartford17
4BL Cos. Inc., Meriden14
5Tecton Architects PC, Hartford14

Source: Each firm via survey

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