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$10M in CT aid for Colt's W. Hfd. expansion

Gregory Seay |

West Hartford gunmaker Colt Manufacturing is getting $10 million in state aid to expand operations and jobs, authorities say.

CT, Hartford to benefit from $3.8M job-skills grant

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut and Hartford will share in a nationwide $3.8 million grant aimed at helping residents build employment skills and compete for jobs.

Tuition hikes pitched for public colleges and universities

JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS | CT MIRROR | 1

It's almost certain to become more expensive to attend the Connecticut State Universities and community colleges over the next two school years.

CT launching tourism promotion co-op in April

Patricia Daddona |

The state's tourism promoter is set to announce a new co-op program to help tourism enthusiasts and professionals better market themselves during marketing outreach meetings in April.

CT's IT network hires new director

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut Education Network has hired Ryan Kocsondy, an IT professional with more than 16 years' experience, as its director.

Mohegan's $80M convention center another challenge for Hartford

Matt Pilon |

The $80 million convention center Mohegan Sun has started building will mean steeper competition for Hartford, officials say.

Democrats eyeing sales tax hike to plug holes in next CT budget

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

While Gov. Dannel P. Malloy continues to push spending cuts as the chief solution to Connecticut’s latest budget crisis, his fellow Democrats on one key panel say a more balanced mix of...

DEEP: Sewage funds paying off

Boating pumpout facilities on Long Island Sound and Connecticut’s largest lake pumped a record 1.28 million gallons of sewage in 2016, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection...

Jepsen vows emissions fight

Matt Pilon |

State Attorney General George Jepsen isn’t happy with President Donald Trump’s recent policy stance to ease emissions standards for vehicle tailpipes.

State worker union launches TV ad to fight layoffs

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Two days after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy threatened to lay off 4,200 unionized state workers unless concessions are granted, Connecticut's largest healthcare workers union launched a television ad urging...

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