Browse by:

Electric Boat gets $6.5M to engineer missile tubes

Groton’s Electric Boat said the U.S. Navy has awarded it a $6.5 million contract modification to develop missile payload tubes for Virginia-class submarines.

CT homes' hurricane damage exposure tops $33B

Nearly 98,000 Connecticut homes are at risk of storm damage from hurricanes this year, with a total reconstruction value of $33.39 billion, according to a new analysis by Corelogic.

UConn buys JCJ's Hartford office home

Gregory Seay |

UConn on Tuesday bought the downtown Hartford office building in the same block as the proposed site for the eventual relocation of its West Hartford campus.

CT home permits slip in April

Connecticut new-housing construction slid in April from a month earlier, a fresh tally shows.

CT sees more sole proprietorships

The number of Connecticut businesses with no paid employees ticked up slightly in 2013, the U.S. Census Bureau revealed Wednesday.

After zoning decision, QU to propose adding on-campus beds

Hamden's Quinnipiac University said it plans to seek town approval to increase the number of beds on its York Hill campus by 20 percent.

Summer Green Guide publishes

Dive deep into the environmental law enforcement at the Connecticut Attorney General's Office, take a look back at 75 years of garbage at the Hartford Landfill, find out how to create fashionable...

$13M Upper Albany apt. makeover done

A $13 million renovation of the former Horace Bushnell Apartments on Vine Street in Hartford’s Upper Albany Avenue neighborhood is complete and ready for reoccupancy, authorities say.

UConn’s downtown Hartford groundbreaking today

UConn is breaking ground Monday morning for construction of its downtown Hartford campus opening in fall 2017.

Private equity magnate gifts $150M to Yale

Yale University said it has received a $150 million gift from Stephen A. Schwarzman, a 1969 alum and chairman and CEO of the global investment firm Blackstone Group.

Copyright 2015 New England Business Media