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Protein Sciences gets $669K federal grant

Meriden vaccine maker Protein Sciences has received a $669,156 federal grant to support lung cancer treatment, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty’s office announced.

Physician acquirers must notify AG

A new regulation taking effect this week requires parties involved in the acquisition of a physicians group to notify and share information with the state’s Attorney General.

CT investing $2.6M in Middletown riverfront development

Middletown’s plans to redevelop parts of its riverfront land on the Connecticut River will benefit from $2.6 million in state funds, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced Monday.

Mohegans buy two more wood pellet plants

The Mohegan Tribe of Uncasville on Monday said it has purchased two more wood pellet production facilities in Indiana and Tennessee, as the owners of the Mohegan Sun resort casino continue to...

Aetna, Hartford Healthcare extend network deal, plan ACO products

Hartford insurer Aetna and Hartford Healthcare said they have signed a two-year network agreement and plan to offer new accountable-care products.

EPA administrator in Hartford to discuss Clean Water Act

A controversial proposed change to how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency interprets and enforces the 1972 Clean Water Act will be the subject of a visit to Hartford this afternoon by the...

‘Winning-ticket’ lotto scam active in CT

Connecticut’s consumer watchdog is alerting lottery players and others to a “winning-ticket’’ scam that has conned victims out of thousands of dollars.

Consultants: Ballpark development could sustain 380 Hartford jobs

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A baseball stadium and related office buildings, retail and housing in Downtown North could create 592 Hartford jobs during construction, and ultimately sustain 380 jobs, UConn economists hired by...

Anthem adds St. Francis to state exchange network

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield said it has added St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center to its network of providers that accepts health insurance plans offered on the state’s Access Health...

New tax-study panel to meet next week

An expert panel created under a new state law this year to study Connecticut's state and local tax structure will hold its first meeting on Monday in Hartford, officials said.

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