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Town grants take $60M hit

By Mike Savino | Journal Inquirer | 2

The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities is attempting to pressure state lawmakers to reconsider a decision to cut $60 million in municipal grants as part of roughly $1 billion in previously...

Multi-families still pace CT permits

Gregory Seay |

Permits for new housing construction in Connecticut grew for the second straight month in March, and have eclipsed the first-quarter total from a year ago, new data shows.

Yard Goats announce a new dining option


The Hartford Yard Goats are continuing their emphasis on local cuisine at Dunkin’ Donuts Park with the announcement today of a “Hartford Flavors” food section inside the stadium.

Expanded homeowners insurance proposal harmful to consumers

Eric J. George | 1

The legislature's Insurance & Real Estate Committee recently proposed a bill that would require anyone who insures a home to purchase a policy with a costly and nationally unprecedented coverage...

Closing CT’s coding skills gap

Q&A talks about the Connecticut Skills Challenge with Bruce Carlson, Connecticut Technology Council president and CEO.

Pain in the Trash: CT waste plan leans on industry

Matt Pilon |

For more than a decade, Connecticut regulators, municipalities and environmental groups have been nudging manufacturers and other businesses to assume more responsibility — financial and...

Governor orders stronger building codes

Keith Griffin |

Citing global warming as the cause of more frequent and severe weather events, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has ordered the strengthening of state building codes for commercial and residential structures.

New Britain Bees host home-opener tonight

The New Britain Bees will take to the field tonight for their inaugural home opener at New Britain Stadium. First pitch is at 6:35 p.m.

UConn research shows impact of distracted driving

Keith Griffin |

Distracted driving in Connecticut seems to be most prevalent during warmer weather and the prime commuting hours of 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., according to new UConn research.

NTE opening Killingly generating facility

A new natural gas-fired electric generating facility will be opening in Killingly. It is one of three in the Eastern U.S. announced by NTE Energy.

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