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CHFA's $86M bond sale starts Tue.

Gregory Seay | 1

Connecticut's housing finance agency will begin selling $86 million in tax-exempt bonds in coming days to fund construction of 325 units of affordable apartments across the state.

CT deals seen as linchpin for 'Access Northeast'

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut's energy regulator is in the midst of a major power procurement that could determine the fate of New England's largest proposed natural gas expansion project.

Glastonbury's Gemma wraps work on two Penn. power plants

Glastonbury-based Gemma Power Systems said it has finished work on two natural gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania and turned them over to their owner to begin operation.

Manufacturer expanding, while consolidating operations in CT

Davis-Standard LLC, an extrusion-machinery manufacturer, is expanding its primary facility in Pawcatuck, adding 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space and over 30 jobs in the next two years.

Plaza at Buckland Hills to undergo major facelift

Gregory Seay |

A retail-anchored strip center adjacent to Manchester's Buckland Hills mall is preparing to undergo a major facelift, beginning next spring, its landlord says.

I-84 engineers zero in on capping highway at ground level

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

Engineers working on a project to redesign Interstate 84 through much of Hartford have taken two project models off the table — a tunnel and an elevated highway.

Company’s digital imaging of state to aid municipalities

A Colorado company under contract to the Capitol Region Council of Governments has completed a collection of high-resolution imagery of the entire state and its coastline in just five weeks.

$200K grant to expand state's apprenticeship training program

John Stearns |

The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) is receiving a $200,000 federal grant to increase and expand participation in the state's apprenticeship training program to develop experienced workers in...

CT's GDP growth lags behind U.S.

Keith Griffin | 2

Connecticut’s 2015 gross domestic product increase lagged well behind the national and regional averages, according to stats released Tuesday by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Nonprofit Profile: Universal Health Care Foundation of CT

A look at the finances and leadership of the nonprofit Universal Health Care Foundation of CT, as well as other nonprofit news from Greater Hartford.

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