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8 CT municipalities get $18M for housing

Three Hartford area communities are among eight statewide that will share nearly $18 million in state loans and grants to expand their inventories of affordable housing, authorities say.

DMV closes photo license centers to better staff branches

In an effort to alleviate long lines that have plagued its major branches since last week, the state Department of Motor Vehicles said it will temporarily suspend operations at its four photo license...

UIL offers $20M to customers if merger approved

In order to get Connecticut regulators to sign off on its proposed $3 billion merger to Spanish energy giant Iberdrola sometime this year, New Haven utility parent UIL Holdings offered $68 million in...

Doosan installs California fuel cell

South Windsor manufacturer Doosan Fuel Cell on Tuesday announced it has installed a 400-kilowatt unit at Narco College in California.

Lembo: CT saving $2M a month on compounded meds

Comptroller Kevin Lembo said he has put restrictions in place on the state’s employee and retiree health plan that will save nearly $2 million a month on compounded drugs.

$350K for CT small-biz trade-exports

Eligible Connecticut small businesses will again split federal dollars allocated to support their trade-export activities, with this year's allotment totaling $350,000, authorities say.

Malloy names deputy as Ojakian replacement

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has chosen a successor for his outgoing chief of staff, Mark Ojakian.

CT also ferreting out insider tax scofflaws

Connecticut's top tax collector confirms his agency has identified about a thousand state workers who appear uncompliant on their state and federal income taxes.

CT Green Guide publishes Fall issue

Find out the backstory behind Connecticut's Utility 2.0 legislation and what the state is doing to encourage more adoption of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars by reading the Fall 2015 Connecticut...

OPM: FY '16 town aid tops $4.2B

The state estimates its 169 cities and towns will collect more than $4.2 billion as their fiscal 2016 allocation of state aid to fund education and other municipal services.

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