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Feds OK all 72 CT ‘opportunity zones’

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut has won federal approval of its 72 “opportunity zones'' (OZs) statewide, making them eligible to lure tax-favored private investment to improve housing and jobs in the neediest...

Law allows municipal charities


Legislation aimed at giving Connecticut residents options to work around federal tax law restrictions contains a controversial provision that experts and municipal leaders say could lead to...

CT Lottery taps new marketing, ad agencies

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Lottery Corp. has selected two communications agencies from Middletown and Glastonbury as its new advertising and marketing partners.

B of A's new digital-banking aide: 'Erica'

Gregory Seay |

Bank of America has raised the stakes in the digital-banking race, introducing a smart-technology virtual assistant it says can assist customers with banking and personal-finance information and...

McKinnon's Irish Pub eyes bigger downtown site

Joe Cooper| Gregory Seay |

The owner of McKinnon's Irish Pub is looking for a new home in downtown Hartford after 16 years operating at 114 Asylum St.

DeLauro: Cut farm bill handouts to the wealthy, not food stamps


The U.S. House is about to vote on a farm bill that will reduce eligibility for food stamps, a move that has caused a partisan split, with most Democratic lawmakers opposing the legislation.

WeHa landlord Udolf hit for ADA breach

Gregory Seay |

Primary-care provider ProHealth Physicians Inc. and its landlord must make its West Hartford office more accessible to people with disabilities, authorities say.

Deadline nears to nominate 40 Under Forty candidates

Joe Cooper |

The deadline to nominate Greater Hartford's top-performing young professionals for Hartford Business Journal's 40 Under Forty Awards is Monday, May 21.

Eversource eyes Sunday restoration following 4 tornadoes

Joe Cooper |

Utility customers in four communities hit by separate tornadoes on Tuesday are expected to have power restored by Sunday as Eversource crews work to repair 91 miles of downed electric lines, the...

April area home sales, prices higher

Gregory Seay |

Sales and median prices of Greater Hartford single-family and attached dwellings climbed amid tightened inventory in April -- conditions ripe for bidding wars among buyers, Realtors say.

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