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New York medical school to launch CT research center

Mount Sinai Hospital's medical school will launch a genomics research center in Branford, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's office announced Thursday.

CT earmarks $51.5M to 6 apt. sites

Hartford's Billing Forge Apartments is getting $10 million to rehabilitate its 112 units as part of the state's ongoing funding to build or recondition thousands of affordable apartments.

CT tax-reclamation drive nets $12.4M

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's tax collector has declared success in reclaiming some 4,000 unregistered businesses who have returned $12.4 million in past-due taxes and fees to the state -- almost $9 million of it in...

Court orders Hartford to pay retroactive relocation benefits

A Superior Court judge this month found the City of Hartford in civil contempt for violating a 30-year-old settlement requiring it to provide relocation assistance and payments to tenants displaced...

Q Poll: Governor's race is a coin flip

After closing a six-point gap earlier this month, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy now holds a 43-42 lead among likely voters over Republican challenger Tom Foley, according to the latest Quinnipiac University...

UConn team wins $15K for eco-flame retardant

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded a UConn student team $15,000 to develop a cost-effective and environmentally friendly flame retardant.

Fuel cell industry aims for 1,200MW regional deployment

Members of the New England fuel cell industry are meeting on Oct. 29 at Western New England University to discuss the best ways to install 1,200 megawatts throughout the region.

CL&P, UI to refund $30M

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has ruled electric ratepayers will receive a $30 million refund from the parent companies of utilities Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating...

CCAT wins $6M grant from U.S. Air Force

East Hartford’s Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Inc. is receiving a $6 million federal grant to develop tools for supply chain companies that manufacture metal and composite...

A peek at CT taxpayers’ $38M office high-rise

Gregory Seay |

The $37.5 million in hard currency Connecticut taxpayers shelled out to buy and refit The Hartford's former mid-town office tower into state executive offices is tangible.

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