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Hartford releases renderings of minor league ballpark

City officials this week released more detailed renderings of a proposed minor league ballpark, meant to house the New Britain Rock Cats, and the surrounding area.

Torti steps down from UConn medical dean post

Dr. Frank Torti, dean of UConn School of Medicine and executive vice president for health affairs, will step down from his position early next year, following a move by UConn President Susan Herbst...

DECD audit: Financial oversight, monitoring problems linger

The Department of Economic and Community Development could have overpaid to clients of its key business programs, some of which may have been ineligible for funds, according to a state audit released...

Hartford curbs Winterfest parking limits, fares

In time for the holidays, Hartford’s parking agency has lifted on-street parking restrictions and implemented free parking to encourage visitors to various downtown events and attractions in...

CTfastrak service to kick off in March

Connecticut’s $570 million busway, CTfastrak, will begin service March 28, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.

QU wins $10K grant to create web game for nursing students

Quinnipiac University students will design an education game about arterial blood gas analysis with the help of a $10,000 Robert Wood Foundation grant.

Webster gains approval for JPMorgan acquisition

Waterbury lender Webster Financial Corp. said Tuesday that it has received regulatory approvals for its previously announced acquisition of JPMorgan Chase's health savings account subsidiary.

AAA: 2M New Englanders plan to hit the road

More than 2 million New Englanders plan to travel at least 50 miles from home for Thanksgiving, up 3.9 percent from last year, according to AAA.

Chenevert leaving with $325M in UTC stock

Louis Chenevert, who shocked the corporate community by abrupting resigning as CEO and chairman of United Technologies on Monday, will depart the company owning at least $325 million of its stock.

Natural gas remains concern for N. England winter

Electric grid administrator ISO New England said the region could be plagued by the familiar natural gas supply issues this winter, even though the grid has ensured there will be enough power to meet...

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