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Nonpartisan analysts cite eroding CT income tax receipts

Keith M. Phaneuf | CT Mirror |

Eroding income tax receipts have pushed the current state budget back into the red, nonpartisan analysts reported Monday.

Norwegian company to buy Proton OnSite for $70M

Matt Pilon |

A Norwegian company has agreed to purchase Wallingford's Proton OnSite for approximately $70 million in cash and stock, the two announced Monday.

Tribes pick East Windsor to host third casino

Patricia Daddona |

The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes on Monday said they have selected East Windsor as the site for Connecticut's proposed third casino.

Greater Hartford cash home sales fall in Nov.

Patricia Daddona |

About 22.4 percent of Greater Hartford homes were purchased using cash in Nov. 2016, a 3.2 percentage point decrease compared with the year-ago period, according to new data from CoreLogic.

Hartford Foundation's $33.3M in 2016 grants sets record

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, the community foundation for 29 communities in Greater Hartford, awarded more than $33.3 million in 2,287 grants to the region’s nonprofit agencies...

Hospitals say they face hidden, $156M tax hike in Malloy budget


Connecticut hospitals would pay $156 million more in state taxes over the next two years under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's new budget — an increase Malloy did not report to legislators when...

Windsor Locks positioning itself to host third casino

Patricia Daddona |

Selectmen in Windsor Locks, one of two towns angling to host the state's third casino, will meet Tuesday to set a date within the next three weeks for a townwide vote on a proposed development...

United Airlines to launch nonstops to San Fran. from Bradley

Patricia Daddona |

United Airlines will offer a new nonstop flight from Bradley International Airport to San Francisco International Airport starting this summer.

Anthem's pursuit of Cigna still in play, but faces huge hurdles


Anthem's effort to merge with Cigna, which seemed to end with a huge thud when a federal court ruled the $54 billion deal is anti-competitive, may have been given new life – but the odds are...

Legislators look to tolls as gas tax revenue declines

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

State officials were joined Friday by those from Massachusetts to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of bringing electronic tolls to the state's highways during an informational hearing held by the...

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