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Nonprofit Profile: HEDCO Inc.

Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance, a nonprofit community development corporation working to revitalize the Asylum Hill neighborhood of Hartford, received a...

Nonprofit Profile: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

A new study of nonprofits finds almost half are challenged by the Affordable Care Act. Most are also struggling to understand its requirements.

Symphony settles unfair labor practice complaint

The management of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra has settled an unfair labor practice complaint with the National Labor Relations Board.

Casino pits area communities in chase for jobs, fresh revenue

Gregory Seay |

Competition is heating up among several Hartford area towns chasing a “satellite'' casino that they say can bring jobs and other economic opportunities to their borders.

Hartford brewery launches new Naughty Nurse

City Steam Brewery is expanding its Naughty Nurse Amber Ale line, among Connecticut's top selling craft beers, to include a hoppy take on the Hartford classic: Naughty Nurse IPA.

CüR Media launches strategic partnership

CüR Media has launched a strategic partnership with DigitasLBi, a global marketing and technology agency. It’s the next step toward the Glastonbury company launching its self-named...

Horizon Tech bumps up investment portfolio

Horizon Technology Finance Corp. has broadened its portfolio of investments with major funding for diverse industries including a music streaming business, a biopharmaceutical company...

Hartford street food market launches next week

Hartford nonprofit Knox Inc. said it will launch on Monday an open-air street food market in the city’s Parkville neighborhood featuring food trucks, local restaurant fare and live music.

NLRB hearing set in symphony contract negotiation

The National Labor Relations Board has brought a complaint against the Hartford Symphony Orchestra detailing unionized musicians' allegations of bad faith bargaining by management.

CT manufacturers start Farmington innovation event

Three Connecticut manufacturing heavyweights have partnered with Tunxis Community College and industry officials to start the first Greater Hartford Mini-Maker Faire.

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