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City hints Dunkin' Donuts Park work resumes shortly

Keith Griffin |

Hartford’s corporation counsel is saying work at Dunkin’ Donuts Park could resume shortly and there is no need for the Hartford Yard Goats to look elsewhere to play.

Supreme Court upholds dismissal of Kleen Energy lawsuit

Keith Griffin |

The dismissal of a workers compensation lawsuit stemming from the fatal explosion of the then-under construction Kleen Energy plant in Feb. 2010 has been upheld by the Connecticut Supreme Court.

CT's June housing permits slow

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut construction of new single- and multi-family dwellings slowed in June from a year earlier, fresh housing-permit data shows.

DOT raising fares, cutting construction to balance budget

Keith Griffin |

To offset a $37 million budget reduction, the state Department of Transportation has announced fare hikes and reductions to planned rail and bridge improvement.

CT GDP grows slower than national average

Connecticut’s gross domestic product grew by 0.9 percent in the first quarter of 2016, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Downtown parking problems frustrate business owners

Joseph T. O'Leary | Journal Inquirer |

The continuing construction on Manchester's Main Street rear parking lots is causing headaches for some local businesses, though owners believe the problems goes deeper than the paved surface.

Minnesota co. considering Windsor for plant that would bring 70 jobs

Harlan Levy | Journal Inquirer |

A Minnesota company is considering locating a new $25 million, 82,000-square-foot manufacturing plant on Marshall Phelps Road by next summer, and hiring at least 70 local workers.

IT jobs show growth in certain sectors

Keith Griffin |

While the total number of Connecticut IT job openings fell slightly compared to May, June's IT listings reflect an 8.3 percent increase in the specific demand for software development skills.

Meet the Judges

The three judges of the 40 Under Forty Class of 2016 are themselves former honorees. See what has changed for them as well as what made them select the members of this year's class.

DeVaughn Ward

Age: 31

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