West Haven shoreline plan snags $5 million grant

West Haven officials announced Thursday that the city has received a $5.1 million Connecticut state grant expected to kick-start the development of a derelict stretch of shoreline near I-95.

Pioneering entrepreneur Highsmith honored

The Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council will induct entrepreneur and philanthropist Carlton L. Highsmith into the GNEMSDC Hall of Fame today at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro,...

Malloy catches an economic break in his final budget

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy may be enjoying more economic good fortune during his last year in office than he did in the first seven years combined: State income tax receipts tied to Wall...


Bus line pulls out of New Haven

Regional bus carrier Peter Pan Bus Lines has halted its express service in New Haven due to declining ridership, company officials announced this week.

Raveis Residential expands in Florida

William Raveis Real Estate is expanding its residential business into the Sunshine State. The 44-year-old Shelton company, which markets and sells both residential and commercial properties, this...

YNHHS names first chief nursing executive

Beth P. Beckman, DNSc, has been named the inaugural chief nursing executive for the Yale New Haven Health System.

Robotic 'skins' created in Yale lab

A sensor-studded sheet of plastic can make soft objects perform tasks or even straighten up a person's bad posture thanks to a new invention by Yale engineers. Anything from balloons to balls of...

UTC strike continues as deal rejected

The strike at the UTC Aerospace Systems plant in Cheshire continued into a second day as unionized workers rejected another offer from the company, a subsidiary of United Technologies.

Law firm opens 'non-traditional' office in District New Haven

The law firm Murtha Cullina LLP has opened a non-traditional office model called the Law Lab at District New Haven. The new facility is located at 470 James Street.

Q&A with Tameika Miller, director of marketing, Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

Tameika G. Miller is hard at work making sure the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce has the business community's back. As the 222-year-old business group's director of marketing strategy and...

A night of zingers courtesy of Stefanowski and Lamont

The Republican and Democratic candidates for governor pummeled each other in their second televised debate Monday, offering practiced one-liners that energized a Shubert Theater audience dominated by...

Workers walk out at UTC in Cheshire

A strike continued as of Tuesday morning at United Technologies Corporation in Cheshire after the company and the International Association of Machinists Local 62A failed to come to an agreement on...

Child-care opening reconnects divided downtown district

It may not be the largest engine of economic development ever created, but this morning's ribbon cutting for the Learning Experience, a new 10,000-square-foot day-care center sited on the formerly...

Boathouse project aims to revive waterfront

New Haven's latest effort to revitalize its waterfront was unveiled Monday with the opening of the Canal Dock Boathouse at 475 Long Wharf Drive. Owned by the City of New Haven and operated by the...

M.D. pleads guilty in health-care fraud case

A Fairfield County physician has pleaded guilty to health-care fraud and money-laundering charges.

Aer Lingus extends commitment to Bradley Airport; CT reduces revenue guarantee

Aer Lingus has committed to an additional four years bringing travelers between Bradley International Airport and Dublin, Ireland, despite missing its first-year revenue target.

Is CT gearing up for another fiscal bait and switch?

Some folks call it the fiscal bait-and-switch — and it could happen again this election cycle.

New Haven official to become Hartford's economic-development czar

The city of Hartford has hired New Haven housing administrator Erik Johnson to oversee its economic-development efforts — the third person to hold the post in the last three years.

In DEEP waters: Where the shellfish are

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has made available a new interactive map that shows where the crayfish are in Connecticut.

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