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Nonprofit Profile: Universal Health Care Foundation of CT

A look at the finances and leadership of the nonprofit Universal Health Care Foundation of CT, as well as other nonprofit news from Greater Hartford.

UHart begins $10.6M Mortensen Library redo

Expansion work has started on the University of Hartford's Mortensen Library, a $10.6 million project set for completion late in 2017.

JCJ aims to help revitalize Coltsville

Q&A talks about JCJ Architecture's recent downtown Hartford move and U.S. expansion with firm President Peter Stevens.

Higher-end homebuyers seeking outdoor, other amenities

John Stearns |

Pools are just one amenity growing in popularity among buyers. Also popular, outdoor kitchens with stainless appliances like refrigerators, wine coolers and grills, and granite countertops and fire...

Snowmaker turned GM, Switzgable scales icy terrain

John Stearns |

Bob Switzgable was hooked on Ski Sundown the day he applied to be a snowmaker there in 1983 after being laid off from a construction job.

Advocates aim to broaden benefit corporation law

John Stearns |

A little more than 18 months after Connecticut's benefit corporation law took effect, the state has 67 companies dedicated to making a profit and providing a public benefit, or social good.

CT tags $11M for 20 TOD projects

Connecticut has earmarked nearly $11 million to fund 20 transit-oriented development projects across the state to spur economic activity and jobs.

Report: CT earns low manufacturing, logistics grades

A new report card from an Indiana university gives Connecticut a C+ for manufacturing and D+ logistics.

Importance of manufacturing jobs touted at P&W roundtable

Eric Bednar | Journal Inquirer |

State, local, and federal officials joined Gov. Dannel P. Malloy at Pratt & Whitney to discuss the progress and future of manufacturing jobs in Connecticut.

$1B in bonding canceled

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

The House voted unanimously Thursday to cancel or reduce $1 billion in bonding that would affect schools, infrastructure, and development projects across Connecticut.

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