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Nix's, Front Street settle rent dispute

Patricia Daddona |

The owner of Front Street's Nix's Hartford restaurant, which has been facing eviction for months, said Thursday that his eatery will remain open after reaching a settlement with his landlord over...

Electricity demand could peak higher this summer

Matt Pilon |

Summer electricity demand in New England this year could reach a higher peak than last summer, New England's grid operator said Wednesday.

Nonprofit solar installer enters CT market

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank has established a new partnership with a nonprofit solar installer, which revealed its first Connecticut project on Thursday.

Greenskies to build solar array in hometown

Matt Pilon |

Greenskies Renewable Energy has signed a contract with its home city of Middletown to construct a ground-mounted solar array.

CT tax revenue in free fall, adding $1.1B in red ink for next 2 years

Keith M. Phaneuf | CT Mirror |

Plummeting state income tax collections are experiencing their worst decline since the last recession, falling $450 million below anticipated levels for April — one-and-a-half times the free...

CT's home permits rebound in March

Gregory Seay |

Homebuilding permits statewide rebounded in March after slumping the previous month, a new tally shows.

Lembo weighing gubernatorial run

Patricia Daddona |

Democratic Comptroller Kevin Lembo on Thursday launched an exploratory committee, the first official step toward a potential run for governor.

Spirit takes flight at Bradley tonight

Patricia Daddona |

The first of Spirit Airlines' flights from Bradley International Airport will arrive from Orlando, Fla., tonight and later depart as the low-cost airline begins to serve Connecticut customers.

Htfd. realty market cash sales fell in Jan.

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer Greater Hartford homebuyers paid in all cash in January, according to CoreLogic.

MTGA 2Q net rises 3%

Patricia Daddona |

The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA) reported profits of 3.2 percent for its second quarter, mainly due to lower interest expenses, the Authority said Thursday.

 
 
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