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Progressive Democratic businessman Lamont seeks tradeoffs with CT employers

Matt Pilon |

In his campaign for governor, Democrat Ned Lamont has emphasized his management style, mixture of business and progressive sensibilities, and promise of modest tax relief for residents and companies.

Amid its success recasting downtown, what's next for CRDA?

Gregory Seay |

Amid success recasting downtown, the Capital Region Development Authority sits at a crossroads.

Plainville office building sold at $1.25M

Gregory Seay |

A 10,000-square-foot Plainville office building recently sold for $1.25 million.

Sears' Newington outlet sold at $3.2M

Gregory Seay |

The Sears Outlet store in Newington sold recently to a New York investor for $3.2 million, town files show.

Lawsuit alleges discriminatory lending practices by Liberty Bank

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center and the National Consumer Law Center on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Middletown-based Liberty Bank, accusing the community lender of violating federal laws by...

CT's Aug. home prices hit 5-yr. high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's median home price hit a five-year high in August despite a sales decline, new data shows.

CT's Aug. housing permits slip

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homebuilding permits eased in August from a year earlier, but the year-to-date pace of single- and multi-family construction was still ahead of last year's, new data shows.

UConn trustees OK $8.3M hotel sale

Joe Cooper |

UConn's board of trustees on Wednesday unanimously approved the $8.3 million sale of its 95-room hotel to a Chicago-based real estate developer.

Hartford’s C4C lands $700K U.S. grant

Gregory Seay |

Hartford nonprofit Capital for Change won a $700,000 federal grant to continue financing acquisition, construction and upgrades for low-income housing in Connecticut’s three largest cities.

New federal tax rules create uncertainty in CT

Brenden Healy |

As many Connecticut residents are painfully aware, the new federal tax law passed last December limits our ability to deduct the state and local taxes we pay each year.

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