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Enviro cops nab illegal turkey hunter

State environmental police said they arrested a hunter on Wednesday - opening day of turkey hunting season - in Bloomfield for not having a permit and baiting birds with corn.

Green bench graces park near CT Science Center

The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday installed a park bench near the Connecticut Science Center that uses wind and solar power to monitor air quality.

Not hot: Buffalo Wild Wings crashes on sales slump

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The spice is gone from Buffalo Wild Wings, which has 10 locations throughout Connecticut. The restaurant chain left investors feeling queasy after revealing a sales slump and gloomy prospects for the...

Barnes Group's 1Q sales fall 4%

Gregory Seay |

Bristol aerospace-industrial manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. posted lower first-quarter sales and flat earnings.

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.

Top small cities in CT for doing business

When it comes to Greater Hartford, the best small city for doing business is Bristol. Statewide that distinction goes to Danbury.

Nonprofit Profile: CT Council for Philanthropy

A look at the finances of the CT Council for Philanthropy, as well as other nonprofit news happening around Greater Hartford.

Towns push to expand virtual net metering

John Stearns |

About a dozen Connecticut towns stand to benefit from a bill changing the state's virtual net metering program to help them complete solar projects that will save municipalities and their taxpayers...

East Hartford firm scales new terrain with 3D NYC billboard

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An East Hartford-based company scaled new terrain in helping orchestrate an advertising campaign that involved erecting a climbing wall on a towering Times Square billboard in Manhattan.

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