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State awards $3.8M for brownfield investigation

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development awarded $3.8 million to 21 communities to investigate specific site ripe for brownfield remediation.

Eastern CT performance houses to receive $40K

Mystic Ballet in Stonington and Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam will receive $40,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts, U.S. Rep. Joseph Courtney’s office announced.

Area chefs, HSO to explore music-food connection

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra and area chefs will collaborate for the second time on a food-themed concert that incorporates music from popular movies, HSO announced.

AG: More transparency needed on hospital fees

At least 22 of the state’s 29 acute care hospitals charge facility fees to patients for services rendered in hospital-affiliated physicians’ offices that could be miles away from the...

Stanley to issue 50-cent dividend

New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker said it will issue on June 17 a second-quarter dividend of 50 cents to shareholders of record as of June 4.

Hartford Healthcare moves retirement plans to Prudential

Hartford Healthcare has consolidated 20 defined retirement plans to Hartford’s Prudential Retirement, the companies announced.

Kolltan adds board members

Kolltan Pharmaceuticals, which raised $60 million last month, has added two new board members, it announced.

Higher One taps JPMorgan exec as CEO

New Haven consumer financial services provider Higher One Holdings said it has named Marc Sheinbaum as president and CEO.

Neags donate $3M to UConn Health for cancer research

UConn alum Ray Neag and his wife Carole have donated $3 million to the UConn Health Center in Farmington for cancer research, the school announced.

Casmed inks distribution pact

Branford’s CAS Medical Systems said it has signed an oximeter distribution agreement with French company Gamida.

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