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CT's home permits rebound in March

Gregory Seay |

Homebuilding permits statewide rebounded in March after slumping the previous month, a new tally shows.

New UHart president shapes ambitious goals for future

Patricia Daddona |

As Gregory Woodward prepares to take over as president of the University of Hartford July 1, he's got some ambitious goals.

Concrete company sold

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

J.J. Mottes, the Stafford company linked to crumbling foundations, no longer operates at its Meadow Lane location, and its owners received at least hundreds of thousands of dollars through the sale...

Ballek raises historic Hill-Stead Museum's profile

Jason York Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Susan Ballek is an artist. She also is a realist.

CT hospitals investing big in new 'patient-centered' facilities

By Natalie Missakian |

Before building Stamford Hospital's new $450 million complex, top hospital executives sought the advice of former patients. They wanted to know what would give patients a better hospital experience.

Loans may not be concrete fix

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

The state Department of Housing said Monday two potential sources of funding to rebuild homes with crumbling foundations pursued by U.S. Rep. Joseph D. Courtney, may not be the magic bullet everyone...

Time to support baseball in Hartford

With the foot of snow dumped on Connecticut last week, it's hard to imagine that baseball's opening day in Hartford is less than a month away.

Once-delayed Radisson room-to-apt. conversions resume

Gregory Seay |

Following a delay caused by a legal dispute, interior renovation has resumed on the upper eight floors of the 388-room Radisson Hotel in downtown Hartford, construction officials say.

Embracing, 'carnival' atmosphere coming to Hartford's ballpark

Gregory Seay |

Yard Goats fans who flock to downtown Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park opening day April 13 will eye the mound, in anticipation of pitchers' arsenals of fastballs, curveballs and sinkers.

Startup’s sensor tech aims for better bridge inspections

Q&A talks to Kevin McMullen, a UConn civil engineering graduate student who founded a startup called NexGen Infrastructure, which provides state-of-the-art bridge monitoring systems.

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