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Norwalk Hospital opens new emergency care center

Norwalk Hospital opened the first phase of its Bauer Emergency Care Center last week, an addition named for George and Carol Bauer of Wilton, who donated $2.5 million for the expansion.

Johnson Memorial Medical Center appoints chairman

Insurance executive Patrick Mahon has been appointed chairman of the board of directors at Johnson Memorial Medical Center, which is now owned by Michigan-based Trinity Health.

UConn researcher, biotech firm to develop colon cancer vaccine

Daniel Rosenberg, a UConn Health professor of medicine, is partnering with emerging vaccine company CaroGen Corp. to develop a vaccine against colorectal cancer, according to UConn officials.

Healthcare M&A activity hits record level in 2015

Healthcare merger and acquisition activity grew by 14 percent nationally last year, setting a new record for healthcare M&A deal volume.

Consumer counsel issues report critical of broadband in CT

The state Office of Consumer Counsel has released a report on broadband deficiencies in Connecticut that paints a troubling picture for both business and residential users.

CT job growth flat in December; unemployment up

New statistics released this morning by the state Department of Labor show flat job growth in December. However, unemployment grew by one-tenth of a point.

Smith Brothers Insurance helps local children

Staff at Smith Brothers Insurance in Glastonbury (shown above) sponsored 25 children in need and raised $8,250 for the Connecticut Education Foundation's Holiday Bear Project. This is the...

Failed leadership, taxes, contempt ushered GE out the door

Themis Klarides |

House Speaker Brendan Sharkey recently toured Bristol Hospital alongside the facility's CEO and proclaimed that he now has a deeper appreciation of all the good work being done by the community-based...

Hartford's iconic 960 Main mired in bruising repo flap

Gregory Seay |

G. Fox closed 22 years ago, but the building erected in the early 1900s and now known simply as 960 Main is the eye of a stormy, financial melodrama dragging out mostly behind the scenes in Superior...

Access Health CT attracts over 15k in new signups

Over 15,214 new Connecticut customers have enrolled in private healthcare coverage through Access Health CT, since the latest open enrollment period kicked off Nov. 1.

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