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Nonprofit Profile: CT Council for Philanthropy

A look at the finances of the CT Council for Philanthropy, as well as other nonprofit news happening around Greater Hartford.

Towns push to expand virtual net metering

John Stearns |

About a dozen Connecticut towns stand to benefit from a bill changing the state's virtual net metering program to help them complete solar projects that will save municipalities and their taxpayers...

East Hartford firm scales new terrain with 3D NYC billboard

John Stearns |

An East Hartford-based company scaled new terrain in helping orchestrate an advertising campaign that involved erecting a climbing wall on a towering Times Square billboard in Manhattan.

QU to continue river-pollution probe

Hamden’s Quinnipiac University said several professors and students will use a $24,000 grant from a local foundation to study the impact of pollutants in the Quinnipiac River.

Old Saybrook company wraps Sandy boat removal

Old Saybrook-based Sea Tow Central Connecticut said it has removed a remaining boat stranded by Superstorm Sandy more than three years ago.

Investors becoming more bullish

Keith Griffin |

What a difference a quarter makes. Investor sentiment has grown appreciably more bullish since the last quarter of 2015, according to a survey released today.

DEEP: No improvement in river herring numbers

State environmental regulators have extended a ban on fishing river herring for another two years.

CT officials press EPA for air pollution crackdown

Matt Pilon |

Officials from Connecticut and eight other states are again urging the Environmental Protection Agency to push a nine other states to tighten their air-pollution regulations.

Impact challenge opens for entrepreneurs, start-ups

The application process for the 2016 Impact Challenge run by Hartford-based reSET has commenced, with a prize purse valued at $100,000.

CT entrepreneurs bullish on economy

A new survey finds Connecticut entrepreneurs are overwhelmingly bullish on starting a new business in the current economic environment.

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