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Lawmakers approve $220M Sikorsky incentive deal

Patricia Daddona |

State lawmakers from the House and Senate Wednesday approved the $220 million incentive agreement for Sikorsky Aircraft in a bipartisan vote.

CT's $1.4M fund provides for collections victims

Gregory Seay |

More than 1,200 Connecticut borrowers victimized by an unlicensed Kansas payday-loan collector will have access to a $1.4 million settlement fund, state bank regulators say.

CT's only nonstop trans-Atlantic flight debuts

Greg Bordonaro |

Bradley International Airport on Wednesday will celebrate the reestablishment of nonstop trans-Atlantic service out of its Windsor Locks airfield with Aer Lingus' inaugural flight to Dublin, Ireland.

Dutch Point, MidConn CUs merging

Gregory Seay |

Two Hartford area credit unions say they are merging.

Tax Foundation: CT's business climate ranks 43rd in nation

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut ranks 43rd in the country in the right-leaning Tax Foundation's 2017 State Business Tax Climate Index, a slight improvement from 44th a year ago.

Google delivery service expands to CT, 12 other states

Patricia Daddona |

Google is expanding its Google Express service to a large portion of the East Coast, including Connecticut, the company announced.

CT trends up with B+ rating for digital government

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut’s state government is making better use of technology to deliver service and streamline operations, according to new rankings by the Center for Digital Government.

Greater Hartford foreclosure, delinquency rates decline in July

Patricia Daddona |

The foreclosure rate on outstanding mortgage loans in the Hartford metro region declined in July, along with mortgage rate delinquencies, according to CoreLogic.

CT housing permits rebound in August

Gregory Seay |

Permits for new housing construction statewide rose modestly in August, reversing four previous months of declines, state data shows.

Hartford to house Barberino's third dealership

Gregory Seay |

One of Connecticut's largest Mitsubishi auto dealerships will open its third new-used car showroom and service store on the former Crowley Chevrolet-Hummer grounds on the Hartford-West Hartford...

 
 
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