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CT's shrinking economy: Is there a pathway to growth?

Fred Carstensen |

Good news: Connecticut's economy grew during the first six months of this year — it is now about as big as it was in 2005!

CT wind, fuel cell projects win long-term contracts

Matt Pilon |

Regulators have OK'd contracts for five major renewable energy projects in Connecticut, which will sell electricity to the state's two public utilities.

CT shed 500 jobs in Nov.; unemployment rate still falls

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut employers shed 500 jobs during the month of November, but the state’s jobless rate still fell slightly, state labor authorities say.

Arch St. Tavern to receive $100K ‘disruption’ payment

Gregory Seay |

The last bit of construction is wrapping on Hartford's Front Street entertainment and should pose no more headaches for a local restaurant due a $100,000 payment to cover for previous disruptions,...

Hartford's helping hand

Gregory Seay |

A key part of the Malloy administration's economic-development strategy was to revive some of Connecticut's key, somewhat dormant cities.

Redeker oversees completion of long-awaited Hartford Line

Sean Teehan |

For Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker, 2018 marked the culmination of a nearly decade-long effort to reestablish rail service between Hartford and Springfield, Mass.

Farmington engineering firm HRP recasts C-suite amid retirement wave

Joe Cooper |

Farmington environmental engineering firm HRP Associates Inc. says it has promoted two of its longtime employees to the roles of chief executive and president/chief operations officer.

Pratt's Puerto Rico engineering hub gets $14M facelift

Joe Cooper |

East Hartford jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney on Monday unveiled its newly renovated engineering center in Puerto Rico for more than 800 employees there.

As toll debate rages on, DOT wants $12.1B over next five years to invest in CT's infrastructure

Sean Teehan |

As the toll debate rages on, state transportation planners want to ramp-up investment -- to the tune of $12.1 billion -- over the next five years to rebuild Connecticut's aging infrastructure.

Terri Slack | Vice President and Senior Project Manager, CDM Smith

Sean Teehan |

The issue of Connecticut's deteriorating highways and bridges and the possibility of installing tolls were front and center during this year's gubernatorial election. It's also an issue Terri Slack...

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