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It's official: no regular season baseball in Htfd

Keith Griffin |

The Eastern League made it official Friday morning. There will be no regular season Double A baseball at Dunkin' Donuts Park for the Hartford Yard Goats.

Site plan nears for $60M mill renovation in WL

Harlan Levy | Journal Inquirer |

Officials representing the prospective buyer of the eyesore Montgomery Mill complex on Main Street in Windsor Locks presented details of their $60 million project and said a site plan would be filed...

Egg producer investing $60M-$70M in CT

Major U.S. egg producer Hillandale Farms says it will invest $60 million to $70 million in its Connecticut chicken farms in coming years.

Auditors find million-dollar mistake in state construction projects

Kym Soper | Journal Inquirer | 1

Lax accounting and documentation potentially cost taxpayers millions of dollars in lost revenue at state facilities and in unapproved change orders on construction projects, according to a recent...

Meriden firm guilty of tax evasion

Keith Griffin |

A Meriden construction company has pleaded guilty to one count of filing a false tax return. The incident dates to 2006.

CT Young Civil Engineer of the Year Named

The Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) recently named Daniel Valentine its Young Civil Engineer of the Year during its annual achievement in civil engineering awards program.

Technical high school system grooms workforce pipeline

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

As the director of human resources for both Carey Manufacturing and Floyd Manufacturing,Peter Egan sees the big challenge facing the state's manufacturing sector skilled young people to replace an...

Electronic billboards making a serious run at CT eyeballs

Gregory Seay | 1

Connecticut's highways, roads and streets are home to an estimated 1,500 billboards. A growing share of those roadside advertising beacons are large, “digital bulletin'' billboards.

UConn: Future buildings to be LEED Gold

Keith Griffin |

UConn has raised its minimum LEED standard for all of its future building projects to gold from silver, a move the state’s flagship university says will help achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

Developers sue Hartford over ballpark shutout

Keith Griffin |

Centerplan Construction Co. and its subsidiary DoNo Hartford LLC are suing the city of Hartford in an attempt to get back to work on Dunkin' Donuts Park, the home to the Hartford Yard Goats.

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