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Hartford ranks low among big cities for efficiency

Hartford ranks 45th out of 51 large U.S. cities for energy efficiency, according to a Washington, D.C. energy-policy nonprofit.

Hartford YMCA swaps leaders with Boston counterpart

The YMCA of Greater Hartford said it has hired Harold Sparrow as president and CEO.

$13M Upper Albany apt. makeover done

A $13 million renovation of the former Horace Bushnell Apartments on Vine Street in Hartford’s Upper Albany Avenue neighborhood is complete and ready for reoccupancy, authorities say.

Realtors: April home sales up, prices down

Single-family home sales across Connecticut increased 6.8 percent in April, according to Connecticut Realtors.

House passes property tax bill

A bill that would require hospitals and private colleges to pay property taxes advanced through the state House of Representatives Thursday night.

CT has free tips Wed. for homebuyers

Prospective homebuyers are invited to a free “tips’’ workshop on financing and consumer-awareness matters being sponsored Wednesday by a pair of state agencies.

Hartford parking kiosks experience rare outage

Matt Pilon |

After a rare system-wide outage, Hartford's parking chief said Thursday that the city's 254 electronic parking kiosks are working again.

City OKs $90K for youth sports program

Hartford is launching a citywide youth sports program, and will hire an athletic director to run it.

Furniture chain opens Pa., Md. stores

Manchester-based Bob’s Discount Furniture said it has opened four new stores in the Pittsburgh and Baltimore areas.

Census: Stamford fastest-growing CT community

Stamford was the fastest-growing Connecticut municipality between 2013 and 2014, adding 1,590 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

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