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Jacobs focuses on jobs, crime, education to improve economy

John Stearns |

Giselle Jacobs knows hardship. She was a teen mom, has been homeless and battered, lost a son to a genetic disorder, and saw her oldest child jailed.

Where future mfg. technology, talent intersect

Gregory Seay |

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology started in 2004 as a nonprofit research lab doing contract work for private companies and the military.

DAS team authors replacements’ manual

Gregory Seay |

With many in Connecticut's state workforce hurtling toward retirement, the construction-services legal unit within one of the state's biggest agencies has taken steps to harvest the...

CT uses patchwork approach to replace aging workforce

Gregory Seay |

As a state in a region that are both the oldest per-capita in the nation, Connecticut would appear the most likely to feature a coordinated plan to speed the transition of its aging...

Pentagon awards $445M to four CT companies

The U.S. Department of Defense late Tuesday awarded $445 million to four Connecticut companies for various military work.

'Engineer' hire costs Garg $390K

A Rocky Hill engineering contractor will pay $390,000 to settle claims it failed to verify the education and engineering credentials of an employee later assigned to work on federally funded road and...

CT multi-family permits hot in May

Connecticut new-housing construction vaulted in May, with multi-tenant apartment, condo and townhome complexes continuing to lead the pace, new data shows.

UTC breaks ground on E. Hartford R&D facility

The research arm of aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp. said it has broken ground on a 100,000-square-foot R&D building in East Hartford.

CT plans $200M, five-year Charter Oak bridge project

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Tuesday a five-year, $200 million construction renovation to the Charter Oak Bridge in Hartford designed to alleviate congestion on I-91 North on the south side of the...

JCJ needs a new home, but CT may not be it

Gregory Seay |

Executive Peter N. Stevens, a third-generation Hartford resident and president of one of Connecticut's most iconic design houses, should be a happy camper.

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