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Hartford Office Supply redo next for Dakota

Massachusetts affordable-housing developer Dakota Partners, with its first Hartford housing conversion under its belt, is now focused on its next big Capital City housing project.

EPA working to reduce CT downwind pollution

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this summer will start working with the 10 states that send their air pollution downwind to Connecticut, which is one of the worst states in the...

CT legal industry faces evolving landscape

Q&A talks with William Clendenen, the new president of the Connecticut Bar Association.

Law prevents cities from building large solar arrays

Brad Kane |

Connecticut's attempts to create a self-sustaining clean energy industry that no longer needs government subsidies are being undercut by the state's own laws, stifling millions of dollars...

HBJ's aging workforce series looks at future planning

This week, HBJ resumes its aging workforce series, “Connecticut's Silver Tsunami,” with a look at how the private sector is preparing the next-generation workforce.

ESPN promotes College Football Playoff exec

Bristol sports programmer ESPN has promoted the executive who was in charge of the College Football Playoff programming, which created the largest audience in cable television history in January.

Regulators reverse course on multi-unit solar installs

The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority on Wednesday changed its mind on how much landlords of multi-unit complexes can charge tenants for power coming from a solar system or other...

Jury rules Midstate patient to receive $4.2M

A jury in the New Haven Superior Court on Wednesday awarded $4.2 million to a 58-year-old man who lost the use of his shoulder while undergoing surgery at Midstate Medical Group.

DAS team authors replacements’ manual

Gregory Seay |

With many in Connecticut's state workforce hurtling toward retirement, the construction-services legal unit within one of the state's biggest agencies has taken steps to harvest the...

CT uses patchwork approach to replace aging workforce

Gregory Seay |

As a state in a region that are both the oldest per-capita in the nation, Connecticut would appear the most likely to feature a coordinated plan to speed the transition of its aging...

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