St Mary's Hospital joins Trinity Health - NE

Effective Aug. 1, Waterbury's St. Mary's Hospital will join Trinity Health - New England, becoming the fifth hospital to affiliate with the regional health ministry. No financial details were...

Kaman's 2Q net down, sales up

Kaman Corp. posted lower second-quarter profits despite strong demand in the Bloomfield manufacturer-distributor's aerospace order book.

Cigna reports drop in 2Q profits amidst merger delay

Bloomfield-based Cigna reported a 13.2 percent drop in its second-quarter profits on a 5 percent growth in operating revenue.

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City hints Dunkin' Donuts Park work resumes shortly

Hartford’s corporation counsel is saying work at Dunkin’ Donuts Park could resume shortly and there is no need for the Hartford Yard Goats to look elsewhere to play.

CT: Beware of magazine scammers

The state’s consumer watchdog is alerting the public about the presence of fraudulent door-to-door magazine pitches, particularly in the New London area.

The Stag's 2Q net stumbles

Hartford Financial Services Group’s second-quarter profits dropped nearly in half as weak property-casualty underwriting results and lower investment income took their toll.

Eversource shows profit drop in 2Q

Utility Eversource said its second-quarter profits fell 1.8 percent in the first three months of 2016, attributable in part to lower retail sales.

Barnes' 2Q net declines

Bristol industrial and aeroparts maker Barnes Group Inc. posted lower second-quarter earnings on flat to lower sales in its core business units.

Meriden facility goes solar

Owners of an office and industrial complex in Meriden say they have completed installation of a 215-kilowatt solar array.

CT cements waste-plan update

Connecticut officially has a new plan for how it will meet its waste disposal goals in the coming years.

Tri-state RFP selections to take longer

A major clean-energy procurement coordinated by Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island needs more time to select winning bidders.

Glastonbury Michaels store opens Sun.

Michaels opens its newest Connecticut arts and crafts store Sunday in Glastonbury, employing more than 60, the Texas retailer says.

Alexion 2Q net income down despite revenue growth

New Haven biopharma Alexion said Thursday its second-quarter profits were down from a year earlier, despite 18 percent revenue growth.


Largest ongoing Department of Transportation projects in Connecticut

Ranked by estimated cost as of June 2016

RankProjectEstimated cost
1Reconstruction of I-95/I-91 Rte. 34 interchange, New Haven$358,870,452
2Reconstruction of I-84, Stratford$266,837,308
3Reconstruction of the Moses Wheeler Bridge, Waterbury$203,665,639
4New Haven Rail Yard facilities improvements$168,133,136
5New Haven line catenary replacement$79,120,599

Source: Connecticut DOT

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