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McHugh exiting UConn trustees board

Gregory Seay |

Lawrence D. McHugh is stepping down this summer after eight years as chairman of the UConn Board of Trustees, authorities say.

MetroHartford Alliance's Griebel stepping down as CEO

Greg Bordonaro |

Oz Griebel, a stalwart in Hartford's business community for decades, announced Wednesday that he will be stepping down as president and CEO of the MetroHartford Alliance at the end of the year.

Wallingford man pleads guilty to bitcoin online phishing scheme

Greg Bordonaro |

A Wallingford man has pleaded guilty in Hartford federal court to fraud and money laundering charges in connection with an effort to steal bitcoins in an online phishing scheme, authorities said.

UTC says it's keeping jobs promise in Indianapolis

Greg Bordonaro |

Farmington-based United Technologies Corp. issued a public statement late Tuesday trying to set the record straight on its promise to keep manufacturing jobs in Indianapolis at a manufacturing...

West Hartford's Legrand continues acquisition spree

Greg Bordonaro |

West Hartford electrical and building systems manufacturer Legrand is continuing its buying spree, announcing Wednesday that it has signed an agreement to purchase a Minnesota maker of audiovisual...

Malloy signs bill authorizing third CT casino

Greg Bordonaro |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday that he signed legislation allowing a joint venture run by the operators of Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods to open a new casino gaming facility in East Windsor.

Obedzinski to lead New Britain community chest

Gregory Seay |

Veteran Connecticut nonprofit fundraiser David Obedzinski is returning to the Hardware City as president of the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain, effective Aug. 14.

Shoreline spurs CT's May home permits

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut’s new-housing pipeline expanded in May with more dwelling permits issued than a month earlier, but below the year-ago count, data shows.

CT nuke plant weighing retirement options

Matt Pilon |

Though it has not said it intends to shut down, the owner of Connecticut's largest power plant told regulators this month that it continues its “strategic review” of the future of its...

Former Vernon textile factory set to start renting apartments

Zachary F. Vasile | Journal Inquirer |

For Vernon's Main Street residents who witnessed the slow decline of the former Talcott Brothers Mill, its path to a new purpose has at times seemed like a lifetime in the making.

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