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American Airlines closing premium lounge at Bradley Airport

Sean Teehan |

The Admirals Club will be giving its final salute at Bradley International Airport next month, when American Airlines plans to vacate the 2,500-square-foot lounge.

CT pumps $400K into Hartford's Parkville Market

Joe Cooper |

The state has contributed a $300,000 loan and $100,000 grant for the development of Hartford's Parkville Market, a 20,000-square-foot food and community hall that pledges to create about 150 jobs,...

Trains and planes are booming. That's good news for the economy


Here's some more good news for the US economy: Transportation is booming.The Dow Jones Transportation Average -- the lesser known cousin to the Dow...

Cities, towns vie to test drive CT's autonomous vehicle program

Joe Cooper |

Several cities and towns are vying to test drive the state's autonomous vehicle pilot program.

Malloy, Herbst tout UConn-to-Hartford bus line passenger traffic

Sean Teehan |

A bus line that connects Hartford to the University of Connecticut's flagship campus in Storrs carried more than 115,000 passenger trips in its inaugural year, according to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's...

Officials: Hartford rail line ridership goals on pace

Joe Cooper |

State officials said Friday that the CTrail Hartford Line fell just shy of its daily ridership goal during its first six weeks of service, though they expect it to exceed first-year targets.

Report: CT’s cost of living too high for 40% of households

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's high costs of living are taking a major bite out of family earnings.

Vast web works to meet Connecticut's labor challenges

Matt Pilon |

When Gov. Dannel P. Malloy took office in 2011, he laid out his vision for creating one of the global economy's “best-educated, most-skilled, highest-productive” workforces that would...

State's labor challenges are many

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut's labor force is a major driver of the state's economy that, if fine tuned, could offer a competitive advantage in attracting jobs and investment capital.

Middletown homecare provider acquires home care branch

Joe Cooper |

A Middletown-based provider of homecare and behavioral health services for the elderly and mentally ill says it recently acquired the home care branch of a handicapped transportation company.

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