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East Hartford's towering 111 Founders Plaza gets a refresh

Gregory Seay |

For 46 years, East Hartford's 111 Founders Plaza office tower has stood as the tallest building immediately east of the Connecticut River.

Despite naysayers, Larson won’t bury the tunnel idea

TOM CONDON | CT Mirror |

Two years ago, U.S. Rep. John B. Larson stunned many in Connecticut with an idea to build a system of highway tunnels under Hartford and East Hartford longer than Boston’s “Big Dig.”

Farmington startup Cytoveris probes optical sensing for cancer surgery

Matt Pilon |

A serial Connecticut entrepreneur recently raised $3.7 million to help his latest startup, Farmginton-based Cytoveris, develop an imaging tool that assists surgeons in removing cancer tissue with...

Windham OKs $14.6M community, senior center

Joe Cooper |

Windham voters at referendum Tuesday approved plans to build a $14.6 million community and senior center at a Main Street plot formerly housing the old Jillson Square theaters.

Voters overwhelmingly ratify transportation ‘lockbox’


Voters overwhelmingly ratified two amendments to the state Constitution Tuesday, including a new legal “lockbox” to safeguard funds earmarked for Connecticut’s transportation...

Superior Court denies Hartford's request to control DoNo properties

Joe Cooper |

Hartford's Downtown North redevelopment efforts are in limbo after a Superior Court judge on Tuesday denied the city's request to control the property without interference from the fired developer of...

Travelers, CT tech company test safety benefits of wearable devices

Joe Cooper |

Property and casualty insurer The Travelers Cos. says it's teaming with a Norwalk technology firm and a Providence building contractor to explore the safety benefits of wearable devices.

UConn trustees to review financing $45M hockey arena

Joe Cooper |

UConn's board of trustees could vote Wednesday on a financing plan to build a $45 million, 2,500-seat hockey arena at its Storrs campus.

CT’s Sept. homebuilding permits drop

Gregory Seay |

New-housing demand in Connecticut plummeted in September, with surveyed municipalities issuing fewer home-building permits than were granted the same month a year ago.

Voters to decide if state should create ‘legal lockbox’ for transportation costs


When Connecticut voters head to the polls Nov. 6 they will decide the fate of two proposed amendments to the state Constitution.

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