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$100M budget gap between governor, legislature

Mike Savino | Journal Inquirer | 1

Democratic legislative leaders say that disagreements with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on how to close a budget deficit next year still total more than $100 million, despite a third budget proposal

BlumShapiro, CCAT form cybersecurity alliance

Keith Griffin |

A new collaboration has been formed between West Hartford's BlumShapiro and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology aimed at mitigating cybersecurity risks for nonprofits, school districts and...

CT Food Bank names new CEO

The Connecticut Food Bank has named Bernard J. Beaudreau CEO. His appointment takes effect May 16.

Shipman & Goodwin Presented with 2016 Corporate Partnership Award

The Boys & Girls Club of Stamford (BGCS) recognized three major advocates, including Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin LLP, at the organization's 2016 City Chic...

Nonprofit Profile: CT Society of Certified Public Accountants

A look at the finances of the nonprofit Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, as well as other nonprofit news from Greater Hartford.

State needs human-services lockbox

John Horak |

One of the most disturbing features of the state's fiscal melee is the insensitive manner in which the disabled, homeless, and the “least fortunate among us” are used as pawns.

Leadership doesn’t equate to popularity

During last week's victory parade, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy faced a spattering of boos when he heaped praise on the UConn women's basketball team for winning their fourth straight national championship.

Nonprofit Profile: CT Council for Philanthropy

A look at the finances of the CT Council for Philanthropy, as well as other nonprofit news happening around Greater Hartford.

Study shows nonprofits with low reserves

Keith Griffin |

A recent study of New England nonprofit leadership shows Greater Hartford nonprofit execs are concerned about the financial viability of their organizations.

KIDSAFE CT teams with The Village for Families & Children

KIDSAFE CT has become an affiliate of The Village for Families & Children after months of preparation and four years of working together on programs for families in Hartford and Tolland counties.

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