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Hartford's Parkville Market shovel ready

Joe Cooper |

A 20,000-square-foot food market featuring more than 20 locally-operated restaurant vendors is expected to open in Hartford's Parkville neighborhood in spring 2019, the governor announced.

Tech giant Infosys to tap Trinity College’s liberal arts talent

Matt Pilon |

A portion of the 1,000 employees Infosys plans to hire in Hartford could come out of Trinity College, following the announcement Thursday of a new education partnership between the Indian technology...

UTRC to receive $3M for energy storage program

Joe Cooper |

East Hartford's United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) will develop a new energy storage system with help from a $3 million federal grant, the U.S. Department of Energy said.

Liberty Bank set to occupy new HQ

Gregory Seay |

Liberty Bank is ready next month to begin consolidating for the first time nearly 300 workers into its new Middletown headquarters campus.

CT hospitals collect $1.2B in outpatient facility fees over three years


Connecticut hospitals and health networks have received an estimated $1.2 billion in outpatient facility fees from 2015 through 2017, according to data released Tuesday.

Aetna taps Wisdom as Kansas Medicaid CEO

Joe Cooper |

Hartford health insurer Aetna on Wednesday named Keith Wisdom as chief executive overseeing its new Medicaid health plan in Kansas.

Tenn. provider eyes CT mental health clinic

Matt Pilon |

A for-profit Tennessee mental health provider wants to establish a facility to treat young adults who obsessively use electronic devices to interact with gaming, gambling and pornography websites.

CRT awarded $1.5M for opioid abuse care

Joe Cooper |

Hartford nonprofit Community Renewal Team (CRT) announced Wednesday it won a $1.5 million grant to increase care for ex-offenders battling opioid addiction.

Millstone casts bid for state contract

Matt Pilon |

The state's largest power plant, the nuclear Millstone Power Station in Waterford, has cast its bid for a long-term Connecticut utility contract.

Pay, health insurance costs driving UTC aerospace strike

Joe Cooper |

Inadequate pay and rising healthcare costs have forced 188 aerospace workers at UTC Aerospace Systems in Cheshire to abandon their posts in protest.

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