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Republican candidate Stefanowski makes big bet on massive tax cut

Matt Pilon |

Republican candidate Bob Stefanowski is making a big bet on massive tax cuts.

USJ program aims to graduate more low-income STEM students

Matt Pilon |

For years, educators and researchers have studied why low-income, minority and female students are underrepresented in college majors and jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.

Four tactics to attract and retain manufacturing talent

Joe Gianni and Eric Bauer |

Attracting and retaining top talent for the manufacturing industry is more challenging than ever.

Silicon Valley franchise to open Farmington coding school

Joe Cooper |

A Silicon Valley-based children's coding franchise is breaking into the Northeast market this month with a new school in Farmington.

$600K to CT for anti-school violence

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut will collect nearly $600,000 of the U.S. Justice Department's (DOJ) $70 million allocation to help states and municipalities prevent and better respond to violence on school grounds.

Creating the Board of Regents? Brilliant or a blunder, depending who you ask


Seven years have passed since Gov. Dannel P. Malloy forced a merger of the state’s community colleges, regional Connecticut State Universities, online college and Office of Higher Education.

HBJ names Community Excellence & Nonprofit Award winners


The Hartford Business Journal has named its inaugural class of Community Excellence & Nonprofit Awards winners.

CCM: Don't put munis on hook for teacher retirement underfunding

Joe Cooper| Matt Pilon |

A new report aimed at influencing Connecticut's next governor and legislature argues that municipalities should not be forced to pay for the state's underfunded teachers' pensions, the annual cost of...

Capital Comm. College awarded $1M to bridge computer-science gap

Joe Cooper |

Hartford's Capital Community College says it will share a $1 million grant to launch a research project focused on bridging the computer-science gap among female and minority students.

Hartford Foundation kickstarts new investment arm

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has launched a new investment arm that will include collaborative investments in companies, organizations and funds that officials say will expand the...

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