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DoNo work will throw parkers a curve

With groundbreaking closing in for the $350 million "Downtown North'' redevelopment that includes a ballpark, hundreds of daily commuters who pay for surface parking betweeen Main...

UTC donates $1.5M for CT Children's family center

United Technologies Corp. has donated $1.5 million to Hartford's Connecticut Children's Medical Center to construct and staff a family resource center, the company announced.

Hartford sued over $12M Dillon Stadium project

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Hartford's efforts to demolish and redevelop an 80-year-old stadium to entice a professional soccer team to the Capital City have devolved into a legal fistfight.

Union engineers seeks to secure transportation work

A union that represents state Department of Transportation engineers is urging the agency to hire more inspectors and staff to prepare for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's expected transportation proposals.

'DoNo' developer eyes Feb. 1 start

Middletown developer Robert A. Landino says he and his partners' vision for a downtown Hartford ballpark ringed by new housing, offices and retail is closer than ever to breaking ground.

Hfd. ballpark developer buys contractor

The proposed developer of a downtown Hartford baseball stadium has acquired a North Haven construction firm.

Hartford gov't leaders pitch authority for ballpark financing, ownership

City leaders want to again alter the structure of the deal that would bring a proposed minor league ballpark to Hartford's Downtown North neighborhood.

Fletcher Thompson returns HQ to Bridgeport

Architecture firm Fletcher Thompson has moved into its new corporate headquarters at the Mechanics & Farmers Bank Building on Main Street in downtown Bridgeport, returning to the city where the firm...

Bradley airport begins demolition, opens time capsule

Demolition on the terminal B facility at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks began on Tuesday, as airport officials opened a 63-year-old time capsule that had resided behind the terminal's...

PURA approves 1.8% increase in for digging-safety program

State regulators have approved a $2.05 million budget for Call Before You Dig, which is up 1.8 percent from $2.01 million this year.

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