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Unhappy with Dodd-Frank, SI Financial seeks state charter

Willimantic's SI Financial Group, parent of Savings Institute Bank and Trust Co., said it has filed a notice with regulators to convert from a federal charter to a state charter.

CT labor regulators recovered $6.6M in unpaid wages

The state's Department of Labor collected $6.6 million in unpaid wages in the fiscal year ended June 30, officials announced.

PURA rejects Frontier's agreement with AG

State utilities regulators have rejected a settlement agreement between Frontier Communications, which wants to buy AT&T's Connecticut wireline and triple-play business in, and two state consumer...

Maritime industry: Jones Act protects CT’s 22,710 shipyard jobs

A coalition of ship owners, operators, builders and related groups said that a federal law created in 1920 helps protect Connecticut’s $2.5 billion shipyard industry.

Ailing CT homeowners’ forum Oct. 9

Struggling Connecticut homeowners can seek mortgage modifications or other assistance at an Oct. 9 foreclosure-prevention forum in Waterbury, authorities say.

Audit: UConn paid $902K in unnecessary licensing fees

UConn paid more than $900,000 in licensing fees to a purchasing-software company even though the school did not actually use the software for several years, according to the state auditor.

CT corrections commish out after less than one year

After less than one year on the job, state Corrections Commissioner James Dzurenda is leaving his post to oversee jails in New York City's five boroughs, state officials announced.

Energize CT hosting West Haven info sessions

The state initiative to get residents and businesses to use less energy in their homes will hold weekly sessions every Thursday in West Haven.

National group offers $1M to N. Haven co-op

The National Cooperative Grocers Association is offering $1 million in assistance to help New Haven's Elm City Market maintain strong financial footing.

Counihan departing Access Health CT

Access Health CT CEO Kevin Counihan, who spearheaded Connecticut's largely successful first round of Obamacare enrollment through the state's public insurance exchange, is departing for a federal...

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