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AT&T chief: China isn't beating the United States on 5G — yet


There's a lot of concern from the Trump administration and policymakers about America's ability to compete with China on building the next generation of wireless networks, but AT&T chief Randall...

On the waterfront: Long Wharf plan moves forward


Three years in the works, the city’s plans for future economic development of the waterfront and reconnecting Long Wharf to the rest of the city were unveiled Tuesday.

A guide for the NCAA men's tournament in Hartford

Joe Cooper |

The XL Center isn't hosting a top seed in this week's NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament in Hartford, but several high-profile teams, including last year's national champion, will be on...

This Ala. city mirrors Hartford's redevelopment ambitions

Gregory Seay |

Hartford isn't the only U.S. city that has bet big on a minor-league baseball stadium to spur redevelopment.

Three seasons in, Hartford's $71M ballpark has sparked new energy but not promised development

Gregory Seay |

Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park has found early success drawing plaudits for its design and fan experience. However, it has yet to attain the one goal for which it was built: Economic revival of the...

In state of the city address, Bronin touts a balanced budget, new investments

Joe Cooper |

Mayor Luke Bronin didn't waste time delivering the good news Monday evening at his fourth state of the city address: Hartford will save money this fiscal year and new investors continue to place bets...

Let's explore Lehman's economic-development credentials

Greg Bordonaro |

Should David Lehman be Connecticut's next economic-development commissioner?

Some details on tolls, but little common ground


The administration of Gov. Ned Lamont started Wednesday to fill in significant gaps in the Democratic governor's expansive highway tolls proposal, a measure that instantly divided the legislature...

As GM's Lordstown plant idles, an iconic American job nears extinction


When Felice Robinson was hired at General Motors' Lordstown plant in 1995, she thought the rest of her life was taken care of.

Liberty Bank settles loan 'redlining' suit

Gregory Seay |

Middletown mutual lender Liberty Bank has pledged another $15 million in loans and grants to step up its mortgage lending, including opening a loan office in Hartford, to settle unfair lending claims.

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