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Insurance Dept. trims Oxford’s small-group rate increase

The Insurance Department said it has trimmed the premium increase Oxford Health Plans had requested for its small-group health plans.

Mohegans lose bid for Mass. casino license

The Mohegan Tribe of Uncasville lost out on its bid for a Greater Boston casino license, as the Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted unanimously Wednesday morning to award the sole license to the...

DEEP to host electric vehicle day

The Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association and the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection are hosting Electric Vehicle Day at the Capitol on Thursday.

Hazardous material to be removed from Sikorsky Airport

The U.S. Environmental Protection agency is holding a public hearing Wednesday to discuss the removal of 14,000 cubic yards of hazardous materials in Bridgeport as part of the Sikorsky Airport...

CT's first commercial wind project wins legal battle

Brad Kane |

West Hartford renewable energy developer BNE Energy is cleared to build three wind turbines in Colebrook, after a Connecticut Supreme Court ruling on Monday ended a three-year legal battle.

Six area towns share in $5M grant pool

Berlin, Farmington, Newington, Rocky Hill, Vernon and Windsor are among a municipal baker’s dozen awarded $5 million in state grants to promote job-growth and development within their borders.

CT AG investigating heart drug pricing

State Attorney General George Jepsen is investigating the pricing practices of at least two companies that manufacturer a generic heart drug called digoxin, according to filings with the U.S.

NU announces $3B natural gas pipeline expansion

New England energy conglomerate Northeast Utilities on Tuesday unveiled its plans for a $3 billion expansion of the natural gas transmission system, to relieve bottlenecks on the system causing...

Mohegan's August slots largely flat, Foxwoods dips

Uncasville resort casino Mohegan Sun reported slots revenues on Monday that largely held the line compared to last year, after months of steeper year-over-year declines.

The Phoenix catches up on more filings

Hartford insurer Phoenix Cos. Inc. says it is caught up now on another batch of its outstanding periodic filings of financials for the parent and its PHL Variable Insurance subsidiary.

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