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CT earmarks $28M to shelter needy, vets

Hartford and Manchester are among four Connecticut towns getting $27.9 million in grants from the state to erect new, supportive housing to shelter the homeless, special-needs households and...

SCSU audit finds missing records, discrepancies

A state audit of Southern Connecticut State University found that the school continued to lack some required documentation in 2010 and 2011 on employee work and purchasing, and failed to collect...

Nursing bill moves forward

The State Senate voted Wednesday in favor of legislation that would allow nurse practitioners to practice without a physician's oversight.

DMV extends emissions deadline for recalled vehicles

The state Department of Motor Vehicles said it's extending the emissions inspection deadline for owners of recalled General Motors vehicles.

Usurious lenders settle with CT for $400K+

Three lenders accused of imposing usurious rates on cash-strapped Connecticut borrowers have been ordered to repay them, state regulators say. One lender paid a $350,000 fine.

CT in line for $8M in farm funds

The state's Department of Agriculture will receive more than $8 million in federal funds to help keep farmlands in agricultural production, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced.

Unilever paying $4.5M for Clinton pollution

Health and beauty production manufacturer Unilever Home & Personal Care will pay $4.5 million and serve three years probation for violating the Clean Water Act in Clinton for 2008.

Malloy wins bourbon bar in UConn bet

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy reaped the spoils of his bet against the Kentucky governor on the UConn men's basketball championship on Monday.

Back9Network's Bosworth to testify on Comcast-Time Warner deal

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The CEO of Hartford lifestyle golf media company Back9Network is scheduled to testify Wednesday during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the proposed $45.2 billion Comcast -Time Warner Cable...

Individual investors order $168M in UConn bonds

Retail investors bought a record $168 million worth of UConn bonds on Monday, according to State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier.

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