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Brownfield $1.5M program focuses on historic sites

The Connecticut Department of Economic & Community Development has launched a new round of brownfield funding of up to $1.5 million for historically significant sites.

STR mulling reverse split to remain NYSE compliant

After issuing more shares to sell a majority stake to a Chinese firm, Enfield solar parts manufacturer is considering a reverse stock split in order to remain compliant with the New York Stock...

Heating bills expected to decline this winter

Northeast businesses and homeowners using natural gas, heating oil, propane, and electricity for heating this winter should all see their costs drop, according to predictions made Tuesday by the U.S.

Hunting seasons begins

Connecticut's seasons for hunting various birds and animals with firearms began rolling out on Saturday and will continue through November.

AT&T phone retailer buys 12 CT stores

Utah-based Spring Mobile, which sells AT&T wireless phones, has purchased 12 stores in Connecticut as part of a national buy of 53 locations, the company announced Tuesday.

Waterford site to be first shoreline park in 50 years

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced on Tuesday plans to turn a 32-acre property in Waterford into Connecticut’s first shoreline state park in more than 50 years, rejecting a...

Warren Buffett's E. Granby firm sends Korea $13M in nuclear cables

An East Granby manufacturer owned by Warren Buffett has completed delivery of $13 million in safety-related replacement cables for the Shin Kori nuclear power plant in South Korea.

NRG picks its FuelCell director

As part of its $75 million investment in the Danbury company, New Jersey energy conglomerate NRG Energy has named its member to the board of directors of FuelCell Energy.

N. England power prices dropped 14% in August

With mild weather and low natural gas costs, the average price of wholesale electricity in New England fell 14 percent in August, according to regional grid administrator ISO New England.

Famous hot dog landlord to submeter building

The owner of the downtown Hartford building that houses Woody's Hot Dogs plans to submeter the building so all the tenants – including Woody's – will be responsible for their own energy...

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