Audit: Downtown North costs exceed $102M

The city of Hartford's investment in the Downtown North development, which includes construction of the Dunkin' Donuts Park baseball stadium, exceeds $102 million to date, according to an audit from...

Glastonbury's CÜR Media in dire straits

A publicly traded Glastonbury company that hoped to develop into a contender in the online music streaming market says it's out of cash and has laid off all its employees and executives.

CT home sales drop in July

Statewide sales of houses and condominiums fell 8.2 percent in July from a year earlier, Realtors say

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Ex-HB Nitkin employee pleads guilty to more than $700,000 in wire fraud

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Kiplinger: CT tax policies put state at disadvantage

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CT manufacturing jobs on upswing, economist says

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CT cos., UConn energy projects net $7.7M from feds

Danbury's FuelCell Energy, Windsor's Alstom Power and UConn will receive a total of $7.7 million from the U.S. Department of Energy for research projects and collaborations aimed at reducing...

Officials evaluating water quality after Southington spill

State officials are advising outdoor enthusiasts to avoid fishing or walking the banks of a stretch of the Quinnipiac River in Southington, following a chemical spill at a manufacturer Wednesday.

DOL publishes new guidance for state IRAs in workplace

The U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday published a final rule that assists states in creating individual retirement account (IRA) programs for workers without access to such workplace perks.

Ironwood Capital provides financing to Turbine Technologies

Avon-based Ironwood Capital Connecticut has made a mezzanine debt investment in Farmington-based manufacturer Turbine Technologies, the private equity firm announced Thursday.

Yard Goats, city have own plans to finish ballpark

The Hartford Yard Goats and the Eastern League say they are proceeding on their own parallel track to finish the $56 million Dunkin' Donuts baseball park in time for the 2017 baseball season.

Greater Hartford cash share of home sales declines

Greater Hartford cash home sales dropped by 6 percentage points to 23 percent in May compared with a year ago, CoreLogic reported Thursday

Fundraising deadline looms to save Winterfest

With only seven days left to raise $200,000 to fund Winterfest, a crowdfunding campaign has raised $144,335 to save the months-long free ice skating and holiday events program, organizers say.


Largest brewers in Connecticut

Ranked by number of employees as of August 2016

RankBrewerNo. of employees
1Two Roads Brewing Co., Stratford100
2Stony Creek Brewery, Branford37
3Cambridge House Brew Pub, Granby35
4Thimble Island Brewing Co., Branford25
5Shebeen Brewing Co., Wolcott20

Source: Each brewer via survey and Brewers Association.

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