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Malloy calls for $300M affordable housing investment

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he wants to spend $300 million over the next decade to revitalize nearly 14,000 units within the state’s affordable housing portfolio.

CT's home-permit pace absorbs Feb. dip

Connecticut's new-housing construction eased in February to 151 permits issued but the pace the first two months of 2014 remain well ahead of the same time a year ago, state data shows.

From tobacco seeds, Griffin Land’s brick, mortar garden blooms

Gregory Seay |

Decades ago, brothers Joseph Jr. and Jacob Cullman harvested enough leaf tobacco from hundreds of acres of their rich soil in Bloomfield and Windsor to become one of the nation's largest growers.

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-15, Large Company Category

#4 COCCCOCC, a provider of industry-leading complete technology services to banks and credit unions, is a mutual company offering a high level of customer service...

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-20, Small/Medium Company Category

#4 Fiduciary Investment AdvisorsFiduciary Investment Advisors is an investment advisory consulting firm providing consulting services to retirement plans (both...

BPTW vets share dedication to team, culture

By John A. Lahtinen |

From holiday dinners to awards to tuition reimbursement, the companies named to the Best Places to Work list often share some common practices.

Best Places to Work in Connecticut 2014

Hartford Business Journal publishes its annual supplement of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut.

Consigli builds on family legacy

John A. Lahtinen |

The people at Consigli Construction are extremely proud of their family-owned business heritage.

CT Green Guide publishes Spring edition

HBJ's sustainable business-to-business magazine on Monday published its Spring 2014 edition, looking at the crisis in the waste-to-energy industry, the burden new customers face with natural gas...

DOL stops work at Front Street's Ted's Montana Grill

The state Department of Labor issued stop-work orders this week to two contractors building the Ted's Montana Grill on Front Street in Hartford.

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