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Political ads offer TV stations multi-million-dollar windfall

Christina H. Davis |

In the all-important battle for political advertising revenue, WFSB Channel 3 is the clear winner so far in this year's governor's race, outpacing the state's two other Hartford area TV networks by...

New tax-study panel to meet next week

An expert panel created under a new state law this year to study Connecticut's state and local tax structure will hold its first meeting on Monday in Hartford, officials said.

AA rating for $730M CT transportation bonds

Fitch Ratings has assigned an ‘AA’ rating to $730 million worth of special tax obligation bonds Connecticut expects to sell next week.

$200K to CT Medicaid in Rx settlement

Connecticut's Medicaid program will net $200,000 as its share of a multi-million-dollar federal-state settlement with a Pennsylvania drugmaker accused of hyping the effectiveness of its prescription...

Hartford development agency transfers land for stadium

The Hartford Redevelopment Agency voted Wednesday to approve the transfer of city-owned land to the developer of the proposed Downtown North baseball stadium and surrounding development, according to...

Hartford planning board votes against baseball stadium

Hartford’s Planning & Zoning Commission voted 4-2 Tuesday night to give an unfavorable recommendation to the city council on the proposed baseball stadium development in Downtown North,...

N. Haven, Westport dealers win electric car awards

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection awarded Toyota dealers in Westport and New Haven for selling or leasing the most electric vehicles earlier this year.

NU transmission line named best N. England energy project

The $676 million Northeast Utilities transmission project designed to increase reliability and efficiency around northern Connecticut was named the Best Energy/Industrial Project in New England by a...

Coastal cleanup hits 44 beaches

New Haven nonprofit program Save the Sound organized the cleanup of 44 public beaches this fall as part of International Coastal Cleanup day.

CT Innovations hits funding gap, delays programs

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut Innovations, the state's quasi-public venture capital and lending arm, has put on hold its key investment and entrepreneurial programs until early next year because it doesn't have the...

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