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Nonprofit Profile: Capital Workforce Partners

Bank of America has named South Park Inn as the 2015 Neighborhood Builder for Hartford. The award includes a $200,000 grant and...

Towns, cities receiving over $1M in brownfield grants

Six Connecticut towns and cities are being awarded over $1 million in state grants to develop plans for remediating and developing clusters of brownfield sites.

Constitutional amendment proposed on selling open space

A Canton senator has unveiled a proposed constitutional amendment to protect open space in Connecticut and put stronger restrictions on the sale of preserved land.

Researchers build a better, cheaper catalytic converter

Two UConn researchers have developed a technology that claims big improvements on the catalytic converter. It also promises to be a lot cheaper.

Federal spending plan good news for CT defense industry

Valerie Dugan |

Despite a seemingly endless national discussion regarding the capabilities of the U.S. military, Congress' recently passed federal spending bill provides a significant boost for Connecticut's defense...

Gilberto seeks smarter spending in leaner times

Keith Griffin |

Childhood values helped guide Paula Gilberto's career path, which culminates in March when she becomes president and CEO of the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut.

Zupkus hopes for windy CT energy future

Matt Pilon |

With the Colebrook turbines now generating enough electricity to power every house in town, BNE CEO Gregory Zupkus, 53, said he's changed gears.

With extra funds, urban-renewal oasis' facelift on track

One of Hartford's oldest affordable apartment communities is entering the second phase of its year-long, $12.3 million redevelopment.

Environmental council wants more land buys, enforcement

The state body responsible for reporting on the condition of Connecticut’s environment wants the state to speed up the pace of land preservation and tighten enforcement of stormwater and mining...

DEEP doles out $60K for recycling

Seven cities and towns will share more than $60,000 in state funds to enhance their local waste reduction and recycling programs, according to the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

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