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N. Hartford firm hit with $400K EPA penalty

Gregory Seay |

A New Hartford adhesives maker must pay $400,000 in fines and settlement payments for violating a provision of the federal Clean Air Act, prosecutors say.

Specialized Kaman aircraft prepped for flight

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield-based Kaman Aerosystems has received its first K-MAX airframe from a reopened production line in Jacksonville, Fla., and will assemble, test and certify it in Connecticut.

Pratt's production surge boosts aerospace supplier's business

Howard French | Journal Inquirer | 1

Colin Cooper, CEO of Eastford's Whitcraft Group, once described Connecticut's aerospace industry as “a mile wide and an inch deep.”

Lockheed Martin CEO tells Trump deal is near on F-35s

Ana Radelat | Connecticut Mirror |

Donald Trump on Friday had a second meeting with Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson, who told the president-elect her company is nearing a deal with the Pentagon on the price of the next batch of...

Meriden vaccine maker progresses with Zika vaccine

Patricia Daddona |

The Meriden-based maker of the Flublok influenza vaccine announced Thursday its lead Zika vaccine candidate performed well in pre-clinical studies.

Businesses are moving into empty spaces in Enfield

Will Healey | Journal Inquirer |

With the recent sales of several vacant business properties in town, the local economy is showing signs of improvement, the town’s community development director says.

McCain blasts DOD, Lockheed Martin for new F-35 delays

Ana Radelat | Connecticut Mirror |

U.S. Sen. John McCain on Tuesday blasted the Pentagon and Lockheed Martin for a seven-month delay in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program that will cost the Pentagon an additional $500 million.

Colt launches new firearms lighting line

Patricia Daddona |

West Hartford firearms manufacturer Colt has launched a new line of mounted lighting for weapons.

Electric Boat: Boost in sub building means boost in CT jobs

Ana Radelat | Connecticut Mirror |

Increased federal spending on submarine building this year will lead to the hiring of 1,350 employees in Connecticut by Electric Boat in 2017, for a net gain of 800 jobs, the company said Monday.

Alexion seeks to market drug for neuromuscular disease

Patricia Daddona |

New Haven-based Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. is applying to U.S. and European regulators to market its drug Soliris to sufferers of a rare neuromuscular disease.

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