University of St. Joseph President Rhona Free and Glen Miller, assistant men's basketball coach, standing in the soon-to-be expanded O'Connell Athletic Center.

University of St. Joseph builds men's athletics program to diversify, boost enrollment

The University of St. Joseph is building a men's athletics program to diversify and boost its sagging enrollment. So far, it's working.

A rendering of the proposed East Windsor casino.

Gaming execs say third CT casino still viable

Obituaries for Connecticut's third casino in East Windsor are in error, according to Rodney Butler, chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot tribe and interim CEO of Foxwoods.

Lyman Orchards is one of HBJ's 2018 Family Business Awards winners. Pictured are three generations of the Lyman family: Adam Lyman, John Lyman III and the late Jack Lyman.

Family business strength on display

Read about the winners and finalists of this year's Family Business Awards.

Alexion scientists regroup: Three former high-ranking Alexion employees formed a new startup, Rallybio, as the drugmaker shook up its management and moved its headquarters to Boston. Rallybio's co-founders have since hired four more former Alexion colleagues. Rallybio's entire team is pictured here in the company's lab space at UConn Health's incubator facility.

CT's latest biopharma shakeup creates opportunities, casts uncertainty over industry's future

The latest biopharma industry downsizing has created new startup opportunities, but also cast uncertainty over the sector's future.


Q&A: Former UConn coach Jim Calhoun eyes new challenges ahead at USJ

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With over 870 career wins and three NCAA Division I championships, former UConn head coach Jim Calhoun has nothing to prove as the newly appointed coach of University of St. Joseph's first-ever men's...

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