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CT's first commercial wind project wins legal battle

Brad Kane |

West Hartford renewable energy developer BNE Energy is cleared to build three wind turbines in Colebrook, after a Connecticut Supreme Court ruling on Monday ended a three-year legal battle.

Kaman sells closed Plainfield factory

Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer Kaman Corp. on Monday said it sold its closed down Plainfield factory to a Baltimore developer.

Margaret Wilcox & Assoc. named top realty agency

Margaret Wilcox & Associates of Glastonbury was named to the2014 REAL Trends Best Real Estate Agents in America.Margaret Wilcox & Associates...

Time to end small business express program

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced last week a $100 million proposal to extend his Small Business Express program two more years, as part of a campaign promise to spur job growth,...

More lenders choosing CT's nimble bank overseer

Gregory Seay |

The recent wave of applications from a trio of Connecticut financial institutions seeking to swap their federal operating charters for state ones could signal a trend as community banks and credit...

Benefit corporations prepare for launch

Matt Pilon |

On Oct. 1, Christopher Brechlin plans to convert his Willimantic civic startup, Blueprint for a Dream, into one of Connecticut's first benefit corporations.

CT widens net to lift shellfish harvests

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's agriculture overseer says it has issued policy and lease changes aimed at sustaining and boosting safe shellfish harvests from Long Island Sound beds fishermen rent from the state.

DEEP concludes parks centennial celebration

The Department of Energy & Environmental Protection will conclude its Connecticut State Parks Centennial on Saturday at a 10 a.m. event at Haddam Meadows State Park in Haddam.

Jepsen joins legal fight to protect federal greenhouse gas emission standards

State Attorney General George Jepsen said he and 11 of his counterparts from other states has joined in a court action to support the Environmental Protection Agency’s greenhouse gas emissions...

Communities receive $28M for brownfields

The state of Connecticut and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded $27.5 million in grants and loans for 20 Connecticut communities to clean up brownfield sites.

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