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Fiscal stability plan must proceed at a slower pace

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Acknowledging that legislators are unlikely this spring to enact their complete, multi-tiered plan to stabilize Connecticut's finances, the leaders of a key state panel have agreed to pursue a...

Boost in federal transportation money unexpected, but welcomed in CT

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

The massive federal omnibus spending bill increased transportation spending by $10 billion, a windfall for Connecticut’s struggling transportation system which will benefit from...

Construction coalition ad campaign spotlights CT’s infrastructure crisis

Joe Cooper |

A coalition of construction unions and trade associations said they launched a seven-figure advertising campaign Wednesday to bring attention to Connecticut’s infrastructure crisis.

Meriden man guilty in $600K transport fraud

Gregory Seay |

A Meriden truck-transport broker pleaded guilty Monday to defrauding more than $600,000 from Connecticut manufacturers who relied on his services to ship their goods, authorities say.

Malloy: Traffic gridlock killing NY-CT job migration

Matt Pilon |

Business owners and executives, who have mixed feelings about the push for Connecticut highway tolls, received a hard sell from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday morning.

India grounds Pratt-powered A320neos

HOWARD FRENCH | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

The Indian government has ordered the grounding of 11 aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney’s geared turbofan engines after one plane experienced an in-flight engine failure on an Airbus A320neo...

Bradley cancellations linger following nor'easter

Joe Cooper |

A small number of Wednesday morning flights at Bradley International Airport are cancelled as airlines work to get back on schedule following Tuesday's nor'easter, a spokeswoman said via email.

Bradley flights cancelled, state closing amid nor'easter

Joe Cooper |

Bradley International Airport Tuesday morning cancelled almost all of its daily arrivals-departures as the third nor'easter in almost two weeks sweeps across the state.

NAACP names Hartford's Lazowski to board of directors

Joe Cooper |

Hartford parking magnate Alan Lazowski has been elected to the board of directors of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People, or NAACP.

Bradley flights rebounding from Nor'easter

Gregory Seay |

More than half of Bradley International Airport's flights were canceled Wednesday, with the afternoon-evening schedules most impacted, spokesperson Alisa Sisic said via email.

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