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Study: CT tolls could generate $1B annually

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut transportation officials unveiled a new tolling study Thursday projecting a $372 million installation project that would eventually generate over $1 billion a year in new state revenues.

MGM Springfield Oct. revenue dips 17%

Joe Cooper |

MGM Springfield posted a 17.6 percent drop in gaming revenues last month, its second full month in operation, according to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.

Lamont’s initial approach to budget is conservative

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Gov.-elect Ned Lamont reacted cautiously Thursday to several days of good economic news, saying improving tax revenues, economic activity and job creation are coming at what is likely closer to the...

CT electric generation rates on the rise

Matt Pilon |

A charge that comprises about 40 percent of the average Connecticut resident's monthly electric bill will rise come January, state regulators announced.

DOL: CT’s Oct. jobless rate flat at 4.2%

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut’s unemployment rate remained flat in October at 4.2 percent despite the state gaining jobs, the state labor department reported Thursday.

CT casino revenues continue to fall

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's tribal casino operators each reported a drop in revenue and wagers in October for the fourth consecutive month amid competition from MGM's new Springfield gaming facility.

Rockville Gen. Hospital staff vote to unionize

Joe Cooper |

By a majority vote Wednesday, support staff at Vernon's Rockville General Hospital agreed to unionize in an election moderated by the National Labor Relations Board.

CT grants $12.2M from VW settlement fund for clean air projects

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut is using $12.2 million from its Volkswagen emissions-cheating settlement to fund 10 clean air projects, including three in Greater Hartford, officials said.

Owner recasts historic Hartford office tower

Gregory Seay |

One of downtown Hartford's earliest and oldest skyscrapers has been recast as an office haven for small- to mid-size tenants and with a new name, The Stark Building at 750 Main St.

Sheehan to step aside overseeing Sullivan & Leshane PR

Joe Cooper |

Hartford's Sullivan & Leshane Public Relations Inc. on Wednesday said longtime co-founding partner Gene Sheehan will be stepping back from overseeing day-to-day operations in lieu of a new crop of...

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