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I-84 lanes in Waterbury to open this week

Joe Cooper |

Daily traffic along the I-84 corridor in Waterbury may soon subside as several lanes begin opening this week ahead of schedule, the governor announced Monday.

Will general election moderate unrealistic policy ideas?

The field of candidates vying for governor has finally been whittled down. Now that the primaries are over, the remaining contenders should also truncate their list of unrealistic policy ideas.

How one contractor helped design and build the state's $769M Hartford rail line

Sean Teehan |

Learn how one contractor helped design and build the state's $769 million Hartford rail line.

CT primary to narrow crowded gubernatorial candidates field

Joe Cooper |

After months of political rousing, voters will be heard Tuesday at the ballot box as they select the final candidates vying to become Connecticut's 89th governor.

CT to catch brunt of Trump administration auto standard rollbacks

Jan Ellen Spiegel | CT Mirror |

The Trump administration has unveiled what could be its most environmentally consequential rollback dramatically weakening auto emission and fuel efficiency standards.

Bradley Airport scores $13.2M infrastructure grant

Joe Cooper |

Bradley International Airport will receive a $13.2 million federal aviation grant for taxiway enhancements, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

As Hartford region evolves, so do chances for growth

David Griggs |

The businesses and leaders that call this region home are world class in what they do on a global scale.

From plumber to chamber CEO, Sheridan's career path takes new flight

Sean Teehan |

From plumber to CEO, Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce chief executive Tony Sheridan's career path is taking a new flight.

Bond Commission approves $10M for tolling study

Joe Cooper |

The State Bond Commission late Wednesday morning approved a $10 million allocation to finance a study of electronic tolling in Connecticut.

Bradley Airport tech upgrades aim to improve efficiency

Sean Teehan |

Bradley International Airport will continue rolling out equipment at ticket counters and gate kiosks that allow multiple airlines to use the sameworkstations, in an effort to increase efficiency.

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