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DOT officials bullish on CTfastrak’s future

Stan Simpson |

In hindsight, Michael Sanders says, the state initially made a mistake in the heralding and marketing of a 9.4-mile, $570 million rapid-transit busway connecting New Britain to Hartford.

WinnCo’s apt. buying spree may net Hfd. area sites

Boston realty investor-manager WinnDevelopment just paid $8.7 million for a 108-unit, affordable apartment complex in Waterbury, and is eyeing several potential multifamily housing plays...

What's the Rent?

Gregory Seay |

Landlords call on the pros to price newly constructed apartments

CT gets $3.4M grant to help fill in-demand jobs

The federal government has granted $3.3 million to the state Department of Labor to train unemployed workers for engineering, information technology and advanced manufacturing jobs, Gov. Dannel P.

Hartford breaks ground on $21M transportation revamp

Construction crews have broken ground on a slew of pedestrian and public transportation renovations around Bushnell Park that officials say will provide better access between Union Station and Main...

Multi-unit developments lift May CT housing permits

Housing permits issued across Connecticut increased 11.6 percent in May, thanks to an increase in the number of developments with two or more dwelling units, according to state officials.

Dutch Point Credit Union named Wethersfield's Business of the Year

Wethersfield's Dutch Point Credit Union was named Business of the Year by the Wethersfield Chamber of Commerce. The annual award recognizes local...

Jackson Lab workersí shelter quest exposes CTís limited apt. supply

Gregory Seay |

Blake Hanson is accustomed to problem solving.

CT lacks power in burgeoning wind industry

Norm Bell |

Wind power will play an increasing role in the U.S., likely supplying more than a third of the nation’s energy needs by 2050, according to a new analysis being readied by the federal...

Report: CT healthcare construction most active in New England

Hospitals and other healthcare providers are spending more money on major Connecticut construction projects than in any other New England state, according to a study by Revista.

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