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American Freight Furniture bows in S. Windsor

American Freight Furniture and Mattress has opened its second central Connecticut discount warehouse store in South Windsor.

Lobbying in CT has become a ‘24/7’ business

Q&A talks about changes in the lobbying industry with Jay Malcynsky, co-founder and managing partner of Gaffney, Bennett and Associates Inc. in New Britain.

Bond commission OKs nearly $577M in spending

The State Bond Commission Friday approved nearly $577 million worth of investments across Connecticut, including millions allocated for major economic development initiatives such as expanding AdChem...

CT’s Dec. permits push ’15 tally above 5K

There were 419 permits issued for new construction of single- and multi-family dwellings across Connecticut in December, pushing the 2015 total to 5,322 units, the state says.

New Britain demands utility payments from Yard Goats

There continues to be no love lost between New Britain and the former Rock Cats. The mayor is demanding for $149,317 in outstanding utility bills, but the team is wondering what the rush is.

SCSU president leaving for new role

The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system is down its second president in as many days. The head of Southern Connecticut State University is leaving to head a California institution.

Central's president announces plans to retire

John W. Miller will retire as president of Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) effective Sept. 15, 2016. He began his tenure as president in 2005.

Industrial sector headed to possible recession

Global perception of the industrial sector is bearish, according to a new sentiment survey. Mining, machinery, and materials are the sectors most expected to continue to struggle in 2016.

EB hiring 1,500 CT workers in ‘16

Groton submarine-builder Electric Boat says it will hire about 1,500 Connecticut workers this year. EB President Jeffrey S. Geiger made the disclosure at the company’s annual legislative forum...

UConn Health Scientist Named AAAS Fellow

Reinhard Laubenbacher of UConn Health and The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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