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ECHN CEO Karl resigns

By Kym Soper | Journal Inquirer |

Eastern Connecticut Health Network CEO Peter J. Karl, who was arrested earlier this month on drunken-driving charges, resigned from his job Friday, citing health issues.

Hartford culinary school named a 'Top 20' institution

Patricia Daddona |

The Lincoln Culinary Institute in Hartford has been named one of the Top 20 On-Campus Schools for Culinary Programs, according to Nashville, Tenn.-based OnlineSchoolsCenter.com.

ConnectiCare opening retail centers for CT customers

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington insurer ConnectiCare is planning to open four retail centers this fall, including a flagship location in Manchester in October.

Centerplan moves to block construction work at ballpark

Patricia Daddona |

The developer suing the city over its firing as the builder of Dunkin' Donuts Park has asked the judge in Hartford Superior Court to "preserve" the site as evidence in its case, a move that could...

Lincoln Financial recommits to downtown Hartford

Patricia Daddona |

Lincoln Financial Corp., the anchor tenant at the Metro Center on Church Street, has renewed its lease through 2028, which will be its 30-year anniversary in downtown Hartford.

St. Francis unveils solar array

Matt Pilon | 1

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center this week unveiled a rooftop solar array that it expects to yield more than $600,000 over the next two decades.

Hartford highrise gets LEED Platinum rating

Matt Pilon |

The 777 Main high-rise apartment building in downtown Hartford has received the highest possible LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

The Hartford, UCLA team up on small business research

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford has partnered with UCLA Anderson Forecast in an effort to more thoroughly research a persistent decline in new business formation across states and industries.

CT inches up in energy-efficiency ranking

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut ranks fifth in the nation for its energy-efficiency policies, according to the latest annual assessment from a Washington, D.C. nonprofit.

UConn survey: Grads getting hired quickly

Patricia Daddona |

Four out of every five UConn graduates are established in jobs within a few months of graduating or are continuing their education, new data from the university's Center for Career Development shows.

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