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Glastonbury man pleads guilty to defrauding energy program

A former Glastonbury business owner pleaded guilty Monday to one count of wire fraud related to allegations that he defrauded a federal energy program to the tune of $9 million.

Bond earns CT Construction Industries Association’s Highest Safety award

BOND, a full-service construction management and general contracting company with operations throughout New England, has received the Connecticut Construction Industries...

Seeking accord - Lawmakers push for budget pact; biz frets over mandates

Matt Pilon |

Tax increases may be off the table during the legislative session that begins this week, but the business community will remain on the defensive.

New Britain demands utility payments from Yard Goats

There continues to be no love lost between New Britain and the former Rock Cats. The mayor is demanding for $149,317 in outstanding utility bills, but the team is wondering what the rush is.

Central's president announces plans to retire

John W. Miller will retire as president of Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) effective Sept. 15, 2016. He began his tenure as president in 2005.

OSHA seeks to fine Lake Compounce $70K

OSHA is suggesting up to a $70,000 fine for Bristol’s Lake Compounce, alleging the amusement park’s employees were exposed to a number of unsafe conditions.

Beacon Falls approves fuel cell tax deal

Soon to be home to the world’s largest fuel cell park, Beacon Falls town officials voted last week to approve a tax stabilization deal with the park’s developer.

Consumer counsel issues report critical of broadband in CT

The state Office of Consumer Counsel has released a report on broadband deficiencies in Connecticut that paints a troubling picture for both business and residential users.

Failed leadership, taxes, contempt ushered GE out the door

Themis Klarides |

House Speaker Brendan Sharkey recently toured Bristol Hospital alongside the facility's CEO and proclaimed that he now has a deeper appreciation of all the good work being done by the community-based...

From W. Hartford, Legrand switches on its $1B brands

Gregory Seay |

Legrand North America, the Connecticut maker of a raft of mechanical and digital household and commercial lighting and power switches and controllers/sensors, is coming off a busy 2015...

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