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Coltsville to get national park designation

With the U.S. Senate’s passage of a national defense spending bill Friday, Hartford’s Coltsville neighborhood won national park designation, members of the state’s congressional...

All-Star acquires fellow bus transport provider

Waterbury’s All-Star Transportation said it has acquired Plymouth’s Worhunsky Corp., which will extend All-Star’s school bus transportation service to several districts in...

Becker expects 777 Main St. apartment conversion done by summer

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Fairfield developer Bruce Becker said he expects to have tenants moving into his 777 Main St. high-rise apartment complex in downtown Hartford sometime in the spring.

Hartford stocks outperform national indexes

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The cumulative stock price of the 10 largest publicly traded companies headquartered in Greater Hartford soared in 2014, outperforming all three of the leading national market indexes.

UTC discloses new CFO’s pay package

United Technologies’ newly appointed chief financial officer will receive a base salary of $700,000 as well as stock and other incentives, the company announced.

Horizon stakes TX fuel-additive promoter

Farmington lender Horizon Technology Finance Corp. has invested $5 million in a Texas company that dispenses engine-cleaning additives at the gas pump.

CL&P finishes Stamford transmission line

Berlin electric utility Connecticut Light & Power finished its nine-month construction of a new underground transmission line in Stamford, a project that included tunneling under the Metro-North...

Thompson cardboard firm pays $100K EPA fine

Thompson cardboard manufacturer Norampac New England has agreed to pay a $100,000 fine for alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act.

NU inks natural gas pipeline access deal

Northeast Utilities has signed a deal with a Shelton natural gas transmission company to increase natural gas access for NU's planned $3 billion pipeline expansion.

NRG solar hosting Middletown job fair Wednesday

NRG Home Solar will host a job fair on Wednesday at its Middletown office to fill more than 75 new positions as part of its anticipated business from solar installations.

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