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CT sheds 1,300 jobs in March

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's jobs picture received some good and more bad news Thursday.

Bloomberg: CT has 4th most innovative economy

Joe Cooper |

Based on its presence of science, technology, engineering and math workers, density of tech companies, and research and development capabilities, Connecticut has the nation's fourth most innovative...

CT manufacturing wage growth outpaces most other industries

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut manufacturers are full of anecdotes about how they use higher-than-average starting wages to attract and retain younger talent, to replace experienced and aging workers they lose to...

MakerspaceCT is Hartford’s latest entrepreneurial incubator

Q&A talks with Devra Sisitsky, executive director of MakerspaceCT.

GOP leader worried Lamont's 'debt diet' could stifle grants for small towns

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT Mirror |

A Republican leader on the State Bond Commission expressed concerns Tuesday that Gov. Ned Lamont's “debt diet” could stifle an important economic development grant for small Connecticut...

Report: More than 300 bridges in CT ‘structurally deficient’

ANA RADELAT | CT Mirror |

The nation’s bridges are deteriorating, but in Connecticut they are in better shape than they were four years ago, according to a report released Monday.

Webster stakes $16.7M for Meriden housing

Gregory Seay |

Webster Bank is pledging $16.7 million in loans, subsidies and tax credits to fund a proposed $31.5 million, 81-unit Meriden mixed-income housing redevelopment on the site of a former newspaper...

Hartford city council greenlights $26M Park-Main St. development

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford City Council has unanimously approved a development agreement and ground lease for a long-awaited 108-unit apartment and retail community at the corner of Park and Main streets.

Boston architecture firm adds downtown Hartford presence

Joe Cooper |

Another national firm, this time an architecture and design company, has landed in Hartford with a new office downtown.

CT Airport Authority sees growth potential beyond Bradley International

Sean Teehan |

The Connecticut Airport Authority is eyeing growth opportunities beyond Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.

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