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More towns rushing to aid small-business development

Joe Cooper |

As more innovation hubs and co-working spaces sprout in downtown Hartford, a growing number of nearby municipalities are also trying to offer services that attract and support small businesses,...

Armory redevelopment jolts Manchester's lagging commercial office footprint

Joe Cooper |

A pair of Bolton developers have added to Manchester's surprisingly thin office market.

Berlin's Jenfab is Missouri bound

Gregory Seay |

A longtime Berlin maker of industrial-parts washing machinery is relocating operations to its parent's Springfield, Mo., headquarters and has offered some of its Connecticut workers the chance to...

DOT says transportation capital program needs more funding


Connecticut pumps nearly $1.6 billion in new state and local money into its transportation capital program each year.

MakerspaceCT is Hartford’s latest entrepreneurial incubator

Q&A talks with Devra Sisitsky, executive director of MakerspaceCT.

Costco eyes South Windsor

Katherine Eastman | Journal Inquirer |

Costco Wholesale Corp. is eyeing a new location in South Windsor's Evergreen Walk, a project expected to cost a total of $42 million, town officials announced this week.

Infinity Music Hall sold to Fairfield entertainment company

Greg Bordonaro |

Infinity Music Hall, which opened its downtown Hartford venue to much fanfare in 2014, is getting new ownership.

GOP leader worried Lamont's 'debt diet' could stifle grants for small towns


A Republican leader on the State Bond Commission expressed concerns Tuesday that Gov. Ned Lamont's “debt diet” could stifle an important economic development grant for small Connecticut...

DECD's recruitment arm taps Stanley CEO, Yale professor to board

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's newly minted business recruitment arm has named Stanley Black & Decker's chief executive and a Yale University professor to its board, according to state officials.

Who's winning the 5G race?


5G, the next generation of ultra-fast wireless connections, is coming this year, and the United States is one of the countries leading the way.

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