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State recovers $7.1M in unpaid worker wages

The Connecticut Department of Labor has recovered more than $7.1 million in unpaid wages for workers in the state during the fiscal year that ended June 30 – an increase of approximately $1...

Hartford touted as a bike-friendly city

Patricia Daddona |

The city of Hartford has been designated a 2016 Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, a national bicycling advocacy group.

Assisted Living Services Receives Healthcare Award

Meriden's Assisting Living Services and its subsidiary, Assisted Living Technologies Inc., are the recipients of the Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home Healthcare at Home...

State should build zero-emission electricity system

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Union efforts to block state’s outsourcing troubling

John Horak | 1

My Aug. 1 column, “State's nonprofit-contracting system broken”, and this newspaper's Aug. 22 editorial, “CT's fiscal crisis presents reform opportunities,” both addressed the...

XL Center renovation key to Hartford’s future

The future of the XL Center has been brought back into the spotlight, although nothing new has developed since the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) last year backed a $250 million plan to...

Vernon flex building on Tolland Tpke. draws $691K

An 8,000-square-foot Vernon flex building on the Tolland Turnpike recently sold for $691,411, brokers say.

Innovate Hartford aims for 100 new startups in year one

John Stearns |

Shana Schlossberg envisions her new venture in downtown Hartford's Stilts Building to be a hive of entrepreneurial and creative energy that will spin off new high-tech businesses, grow existing ones,...

CT's '7 sisters' launched state's bioscience golden age

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's bioscience sector today pulses with thousands of scientists and executives at dozens of startup drug developers and maturing biopharmaceutical companies.

Wade seeks to liquidate HealthyCT

Matt Pilon |

A month after placing nonprofit health insurer HealthyCT under a rehabilitation order, the state’s insurance commissioner has notified a judge that she intends to file a petition seeking to...

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