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Windsor's Great Pond has apartments underway

Gregory Seay |

Nearly a decade since plans for Windsor's Great Pond mixed-use development first aired, construction is underway on a 230-unit apartment community in the master-planned community.

New Haven takes a quantum leap


The quest to develop the supercomputers of the future is now taking place in part at the corner of Winchester and Munson in New Haven, where a Yale-connected tech start-up formally has launched a new...

Hartford, E. Hartford 'innovation places' bows

Gregory Seay |

Hartford and East Hartford entrepreneurs and companies focused on manufacturing can now access 3-D printing, engineering design and other services, courtesy of the Technology Labs Assistance Program...

Kalinauskas' cancer vaccine aims to keep your pet living longer

Sean Teehan |

Torigen Pharmaceuticals Inc. CEO Ashley Kalinauskas founded the company after placing second at a Notre Dame business competition. Now the veterinary pharmaceutical startup is testing a cancer...

Rensselaer Hartford, other colleges turn to non-degree certificate programs to boost enrollment, meet employer needs

Sean Teehan |

Rensselaer Hartford and other universities are turning to non-degree certificate programs to boost enrollment and meet employer needs.

Fears of housing downturn may have been overblown


The housing market is flashing signs of a bounce back in 2019.

DOL: CT adds 1,100 jobs in Dec.; jobless rate at 4%

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut employers added 1,100 jobs in December, slightly lowering the state's jobless rate to 4 percent, the state labor department reported Thursday.

CT's shrinking economy: Is there a pathway to growth?

Fred Carstensen |

Good news: Connecticut's economy grew during the first six months of this year — it is now about as big as it was in 2005!

CT wind, fuel cell projects win long-term contracts

Matt Pilon |

Regulators have OK'd contracts for five major renewable energy projects in Connecticut, which will sell electricity to the state's two public utilities.

CT shed 500 jobs in Nov.; unemployment rate still falls

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut employers shed 500 jobs during the month of November, but the state’s jobless rate still fell slightly, state labor authorities say.

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