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CT primary to narrow crowded gubernatorial candidates field

Joe Cooper |

After months of political rousing, voters will be heard Tuesday at the ballot box as they select the final candidates vying to become Connecticut's 89th governor.

Univ. of Bridgeport flattens admin. structure

Joe Cooper |

To curb overhead, the University of Bridgeport announced this week a consolidation of its administrative structure into three colleges and the merging of many of its dean posts.

U.S. Navy taps Hartford Hospital’s facility for mass-casualty training exercise

Matt Pilon |

A team of nine U.S. Navy Independent Duty Corpsmen from across New England converged on Hartford Hospital's recently renovated Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation Tuesday for a realistic...

Amid expansion, TRUMPF adds new perks to attract talent

Q&A talks with Burke Doar, senior vice president of TRUMPF Inc., a Farmington-based machine tool manufacturer.

UConn taps 44-member committee to assist pres. search

Joe Cooper |

UConn's board of trustees this week greenlit the formation of a 44-member search committee tasked with recruiting and replacing outgoing President Susan Herbst.

U. New Haven announces health sciences school

Matt Pilon |

The University of New Haven says it's expanding its health education offerings through the recent opening of a School of Health Sciences, which will include programs ranging from undergraduate to...

CTNext awards $1.3M to higher-ed initiatives

Joe Cooper |

CTNext, Connecticut's quasi-public entrepreneurship booster, says it will award $1.3 million among seven higher-education initiatives.

What and who will it take to stop CT’s fall?

Chris Powell  |

Prompted by poses struck by candidates for the Republican nomination for governor, the Hartford Business Journal asked its readers recently: “Can Connecticut realistically eliminate the state...

CNBC: CT business climate ranked No. 37 in U.S.

Joe Cooper |

High costs and a slow-growing economy rank Connecticut’s business climate among the 15 worst in the nation, according to a new study.

Willimantic charter school to close

Joe Cooper |

A charter school in Willimantic is closing amid allegations it reported inconsistent student records, enrollment and allowed unapproved school policies, according to state officials.

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