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Norwegian Air brings trans-Atlantic flight to Bradley

Greg Bordonaro| Patricia Daddona | 1

Beginning in June, Norwegian Air International will launch summer and winter flights to Edinburgh, Scotland, out of Bradley International Airport, the airline announced Thursday.

UberEATS food delivery expands into Hartford area

Patricia Daddona |

This week, rider-sharing company Uber is bringing its ''UberEATS” food delivery service to Hartford.

$50M expansion OK'd for Hartford regional rail system

Patricia Daddona | 1

Connecticut's Bond Commission has approved $50 million to help fund the New-Haven-Hartford-Springfield (NHHS) rail program.

Do not fear the oncoming era of driverless vehicles

Brian C. Berry |

Autonomous vehicles. Driverless cars. Self-driving automobiles. No matter how it is phrased, it still seems like a foreign and futuristic concept to many. Over the past century, the “horseless...

Tesla once again lobbying for direct car sales in CT

Matt Pilon | 1

Electric-vehicle maker Tesla Motors is hoping the third time's a charm in Connecticut.

Feeling heat from CT, feds may alter high-speed rail plan

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

In the staredown between the Federal Railroad Administration and opponents of part of its plan in Connecticut to bring high-speed rail to the Northeast Corridor, the federal government has blinked.

DMV granting motorists extension due to storm

Patricia Daddona |

Drivers who needed renewals of Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles licenses and other credentials that expired Thursday and during the next few days are being granted extensions through Feb. 15.

Bill aims to protect recycling workers

Matt Pilon |

What’s the fifth most dangerous industry for workers?

Half of Bradley flights canceled due to storm

Patricia Daddona |

Bradley International Airport is continuously updating passengers as the heavy snowstorm ramps up, delaying by late morning half of its inbound and outgoing flights.

Uber training site unveiled in Stamford

Patricia Daddona |

Uber Connecticut on Wednesday opened a resource center in Stamford to support its drivers across the state.

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