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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.

Bond commission to seed crumbling foundation fund

Matt Pilon |

A major infusion of money to assist Connecticut homeowners who have fallen victim to a rash of crumbling foundations in the state could be approved Wednesday.

Bristol's Barnes Group acquires gas springs producer

Joe Cooper |

Bristol industrial-parts manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. on Monday said it acquired a U.K.-based designer, manufacturer and supplier of customized gas springs.

Developer plots $200M mega-sports complex in W. Locks with stadiums, hotels, 500 jobs

Joe Cooper |

A developer has announced plans to build and operate a $150 million to $200 million multi-sport complex in Windsor Locks featuring two roughly 6,000-seat stadiums, turf fields, retail space and...

Policymakers wrongly targeting small business truckers

Joseph R. Sculley |

Small business trucking companies have so much money, it's like they are sitting on piles of cash and they don't know what to do with it.

CT diesel fuel users face their first tax hike in five years


Connecticut’s truck drivers and other motorists that use diesel fuel faced their first tax hike this week in five years, paying an extra 2.2 cents per gallon.

Malloy taps Sheridan as CAA board chair

Joe Cooper |

Thomas A. Sheridan has been appointed chairman of the Connecticut Airport Authority's board of directors, the governor announced Monday.

S&P raises Bradley debt to “A+”

Joe Cooper |

A major debt-rating agency has raised its rating to “A+” on Bradley International Airport's outstanding debt.

Riders flock to Hartford Rail Line

Gregory Seay |

The new Hartford Rail Line, linking New Haven to Hartford and Springfield, topped nearly 11,000 riders in its inaugural week of full service, state authorities say.

Another 100 Lime bikes coming to Hartford

Joe Cooper |

Driven by demand, Silicon Valley bikeshare vendor Lime says it's bringing another 100 bikes to Hartford street corners this week.

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