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Yard Goats launch website

The Hartford Yard Goats Baseball club launched a new website on Thursday as the minor league team prepares for its first season next year.

STR to be delisted from NY Stock Exchange

Enfield solar parts maker STR Holdings on Tuesday was notified it will be delisted from the New York Stock Exchange, as the price of its stock was too low.

Avon care facility bows Tuesday

Grand opening for Avon’s newest assisted-living and memory-care facility, the 74-unit The Residence at Brookside, takes place Tuesday.

UTC Employee Scholar Program approaches $1.2B in education spending

Q&A sits down with Amy Liedke, director of talent development for Hartford conglomerate United Technologies Corp., to discuss its extensive employee education programs.

CT’s Aug. homebuilding permits fall

New home construction fell sharply across Connecticut in August, new data shows.

OKs in hand, Rentschler mall to start

Groundbreaking is imminent for the proposed Outlet Shoppes at Rentschler Field after East Hartford planners granted zoning approval for the 410,000-square-foot retail development, authorities say.

Q-Bridge opens to southbound traffic this month

The Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge, which carries I-95 traffic over the Quinnipiac River in New Haven, will be open to southbound traffic on Sept. 28, officials announced.

W. Hartford engineer merges with NYC firm

New York City engineering firm Weidlinger Associates, which has an office in West Hartford, has merged with Thorton Tomasetti of New York City, creating a combined firm of 1,200 employees in 34...

UConn's $79M green residence hall topped out

University and construction officials have placed the last two precast planks on the $79 million UConn Science, Technology, Engineering and Math residence hall in Storrs.

Judge dismisses Hartford condo owners’ iQuilt appeal

A legal appeal from condo owners that has delayed the city’s walkable-downtown plan, iQuilt, was dismissed Friday.

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