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UConn unveils ambitious knee regeneration research

By 2022, UConn hopes to have regenerated the human knee. By 2030, it has even more ambitious plans for limbs as part of its just announced HEAL project.

New CT education standards focus on more technical skills

The state Department of Education has issued new, more rigorous and real world science standards, called the Next Generation Science Standards.

Bronin’s time to lead | EH casino makes most sense

Luke Bronin's coronation was completed last week as the Hartford lawyer was officially crowned mayor of the Capital City.

Expanded minority set-aside goals roil municipalities, contractors

Gregory Seay |

A state mandate to extend minority-contractor inclusion to municipal public-works projects involving state dollars is drawing skepticism from contractors and small-town administrators.

Mansfield apts. are CT’s latest EB-5 project

Matt Pilon |

A Mansfield apartment development could raise 60 percent of its needed $20 million through a federal program that provides visas in exchange for investments.

Natural gas now flowing to East Hampton

Connecticut Natural Gas has announced that gas is flowing to approximately 11 miles of newly constructed natural gas main in East Hampton.

Study: CT should maintain use of sodium chloride for deicing

A new state mandated report says Connecticut should continue to use sodium chloride as the primary deicing agent during winter months, downplaying concerns about the chemical's corrosive effects on...

Still Hill Brewery setting up Rocky Hill Tap Room

Fledgling Still Hill Brewery is preparing to open its first Tap Room in Rocky Hill's Shunpike Business Center.

$500M tunnel project aims to preserve CT River

John Stearns |

Construction is expected to begin next year on a tunnel about four miles long, 18 feet in diameter and 200 feet deep underground that will carry stormwater and sewer overflows to the Hartford sewage...

CBIA elects new board members

CBIA, the state's largest business organization, has elected 12 new members to its board of directors. The group represents a cross section of Connecticut's business community.

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