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Report: CT health spending above average

Matt Pilon |

Per-person expenditures on medical and pharmacy claims in Connecticut rose to $6,232 in 2017, up 17 percent over a five-year period, according to the Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI).

LimeBike ending Hartford services

Joe Cooper |

Hartford's first bike-share program is nearing an end.

Middlesex Health ups minimum wage to $15

Joe Cooper |

Middlesex Health isn't waiting for the state to raise its minimum hourly wage to $15.

Pitched battle over bill to prohibit 'deceptive advertising' at faith-based pregnancy centers

KATHLEEN MEGAN | CT Mirror |

A bill that would prohibit “deceptive practices” at faith-based pregnancy centers drew passionate — and conflicting — testimony from people on both sides of the issue at a...

CT GOP calls for transportation investment, public-private partnerships, outsourcing

Joe Cooper |

Republican Senate leaders aired proposals Wednesday morning that include making major transportation investments over the next three decades, providing incentives for defense manufacturers and...

Hartford expects $7.7M ‘March Madness’ windfall

Gregory Seay |

About 25,000 fans will descend on Hartford’s XL Center in late March for first- and second-rounds of the 2019 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, giving an estimated $7.7 million shot...

Hartford's Nassau Re adds another credit unit

Joe Cooper |

Hartford insurer Nassau Re says it's launched another private credit unit under its asset management segment.

NY's Shelbourne buys more Pratt St. downtown Hartford office space

Greg Bordonaro |

New York realty investor Shelbourne, which has become one of downtown Hartford's most prolific landlords, is buying another key piece of center-city real estate.

Southwest ends direct flight to Las Vegas

Zachary F. Vasile | Journal Inquirer |

Southwest Airlines has discontinued direct, nonstop service from Bradley International Airport to Las Vegas, according to airport and airline officials.

Snow, sleet disrupts Bradley flights

Joe Cooper |

Bradley International Airport on Tuesday cancelled or delayed several flights as a mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain is set to blanket the state into Wednesday morning.

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