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Wade seeks to liquidate HealthyCT

Matt Pilon |

A month after placing nonprofit health insurer HealthyCT under a rehabilitation order, the state’s insurance commissioner has notified a judge that she intends to file a petition seeking to...

CT's voter turnout sets record

Patricia Daddona |

More than 1.6 million Connecticut residents, just under 77 percent of eligible voters, turned out for the November election, a figure Secretary of the State Denise Merrill called...

St. Francis' $15M fundraising campaign aims to grow cancer care

Patricia Daddona |

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center is kicking off its $15 million Hope & Healing fundraising campaign to expand and transform the Smilow Cancer Hospital Yale-New Haven.

LAZ Parking acquires Los Angeles valet service

Patricia Daddona |

LAZ Parking is adding Valet Parking Service to its Los Angeles operation, the company announced Friday.

Lawmakers mourn passing of longtime state Rep. Betty Boukus

Patricia Daddona |

Rep. Betty Boukus (D-Plainville) the state bonding chair, died Friday at age 73 after serving 22 years in the legislature, according to lawmakers.

Transit study says improvement feasible

Joseph T. O’Leary | Journal Inquirer |

A few key changes, including a focus on the Buckland commuter lot, could lead to big improvements in bus service in Manchester, planners said Tuesday.

Wells Fargo bows to CT's transparency call

Gregory Seay |

Wells Fargo Bank has acquiesced to calls from the state of Connecticut and other investors for more transparency and accountability by taking steps to seat an independent non-executive to chair its...

Judge approves Hartford ballpark mediation agreement

Patricia Daddona |

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect action by the court on Friday.

Drizly serving up alcohol delivery, tech-style, in Nutmeg state

Patricia Daddona |

Drizly is serving up its alcohol delivery web and app service in Connecticut in time for the holidays.

CT panel supports $15 minimum wage

Patricia Daddona | 1

The Connecticut Low Wage Employer Advisory Board has recommended raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour "gradually and over a reasonable period of time," according to a report released Thursday.

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