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Hooker Brewing wants site next to Rock Cats' Hartford stadium

Thomas Hooker Brewing Co. plans to submit a proposal to build 50,000-square-foot brewery, restaurant and visitors center adjacent to the proposed Rock Cats baseball stadium in downtown Hartford,...

Seats for sale as XL Center renovation begins

The XL Center has started a $35 million renovation, and the venue is selling a different sort of seat.

DOT aims to align operations, multi-modal mission

Brad Kane |

The state Department of Transportation will start outsourcing more of its engineering work to private firms as part of a larger strategic shift that aims to better position the agency to carry out...

W. Hartford office building underway

Construction crews are busy preparing the foundation for the newest Class A office building in West Hartford Center, brokers say.

Greater Hartford ranks 19th for STEM careers

Greater Hartford is the 19th most desirable area in the country for college graduates who studied science, technology, engineering or math, according to an analysis by the website Nerd Wallet.

City seeks private partner for Rock Cats development

Hartford officials have issued a request for proposals that seeks a private partner to design and build a Rock Cats baseball stadium and surrounding mixed-use development in Downtown North.

Farmington firm starts $9M CT College library project

Farmington firm KBE Building Corp. has started structural demolition of Connecticut College's Shain Library in New London in preparation for a $9 million renovation.

Food processor expands, adds high-pressure pasteurizer

Stay Fresh Foods said it plans to double its workforce in Meriden after a recent expansion and addition of a multi-million dollar machine that uses pressure, rather than heat, to eliminate bacteria,...

ESPN’s $100M digital studio strives to find energy efficiencies

Brad Kane |

Bristol sports broadcaster ESPN only has just begun tapping the potential of its new $100-million digital studio center, but as the media giant adds more programming into the 194,000-square-foot...

DOT officials bullish on CTfastrak’s future

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In hindsight, Michael Sanders says, the state initially made a mistake in the heralding and marketing of a 9.4-mile, $570 million rapid-transit busway connecting New Britain to Hartford.

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