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Hartford MedTech Accelerator partners lay out their vision

Matt Pilon |

A newly announced medical technology and digital health accelerator in Hartford's Constitution Plaza promises to find plenty of synergies with the city's two-year-old insurance technology...

Legislators to Lamont: Time to fill in the blanks in your budget


With just over a week left to propose their own state budget, legislators still are waiting for Gov. Ned Lamont to fill in some fairly pricey line items in his own plan.

Construction coalition launches pro-tolls ad campaign

Joe Cooper |

A coalition of construction businesses and labor unions is making a case for implementing electronic highway tolls to pay for Connecticut’s poorly rated roads and bridges.

Amphenol's dealbook, 1Q net grow

Gregory Seay |

Wallingford digital cable-connectors maker Amphenol Inc. posted higher first-quarter sales and net profit and announced two recent acquisitions.

Enfield’s Hampton by Hilton renovated for $1.2M

Joe Cooper |

The operators of Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton in Enfield say they've completed renovations to the 108-room hotel for about $1.2 million.

More Hartford region biz sold in 1Q

Joe Cooper |

The number of Greater Hartford businesses that traded hands during the first quarter increased, although average sale prices fell sharply, a new report says.

CT community colleges to host mfg. open houses

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's six state community colleges will open their doors Saturday, showcasing their advanced manufacturing training facilities and curricula.

March third month of lower CT home sales, prices

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut single-family home sales and prices fell again in March, but condominium sales and their prices bucked that trend, fresh data shows.

Ex-Bristol council member gets 46 months

Gregory Seay |

Former Bristol city council member Jodi Zils Gagne will spend 46 months in federal prison for stealing $169,000 from victims for whom she served as a court-appointed conservator, prosecutors say.

Is CT stepping off its fiscal rollercoaster? Income tax receipts appear stable.


After watching Connecticut income tax receipts fluctuate by hundreds of millions of dollars over the past two years, state officials appear to be getting off the fiscal rollercoaster this spring.

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