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Bridgeport hits O&G with blight fines

Matt Pilon |

Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim said Thursday that the city will fine O&G Industries $100 per day for blight violations related to a debris pile located at the Torrington-based construction firm's...

CT legislature tried to stop the exportation of water. What’s next, air?

Don Vaccaro |

Creating an environment for job creation in Connecticut should be the No .1 goal for our elected officials, both on the local as well as state level.

Bridgeport $550M coal-plant conversion progresses

Matt Pilon |

The state's last remaining coal plant is another step closer to converting to natural gas.

CT gets nearly $580,000 to address Zika virus

Patricia Daddona |

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded Connecticut a $579,055 grant to help protect residents from the Zika virus and monitor adverse health impacts, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy...

CT cements waste-plan update

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut officially has a new plan for how it will meet its waste disposal goals in the coming years.

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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...

Volkswagen profits back on track, despite scandal

CNNMoney |

Embattled German automaker Volkswagen said it will be able to post better-than-expected profits when it reports results, despite the costs and other problems associated with its diesel emissions...

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