Dems, Repubs down with Trump rubber ducks

One day last spring, Sherri Athay was feeling depressed and demoralized. Like many Americans, she was distraught over the deepening political and social divisions wracking the nation.

Grand plan for 'New Long Wharf' takes shape

In the future, New Haven's Long Wharf could be divided into five walkable districts, interspersed with apartments and strung together by parkland and trails — all leading up to a bustling...

Arvinas to expand at Science Park, add 30 jobs

Growing New Haven pharmaceutical company Arvinas LLC has signed a new five-year lease on its Science Park headquarters and is planning a major expansion that will bring 30 new jobs,...

 

Education reform leader Villar to depart CBIA for Mass. job

Jeffrey Villar is leaving his post as executive director of the Connecticut Council for Education Reform, which was based in New Haven before its affliation with CBIA last year. Villar is taking a...

8 CT bioscience projects get CI funding

Eight bioscience projects with ties to Yale, UConn and Quinnipiac University — including one involving a wearable device to help detect strokes and a mobile app to pair cancer patients with...

Dillon: Aer Lingus' Dublin flight to remain as Norwegian Air quits Bradley

As Bradley International Airport plans to end short-lived Norwegian Air flights to Scotland, airport operators are anticipating an aircraft upgrade in 2019 for the Aer Lingus route to...

U.S. orders more Middletown-made Kaman bomb fuzes

The U.S. Air Force has boosted its order of warplane bomb fuzes by $17 million with Bloomfield aeroparts maker Kaman Corp., which has a manufacturing plant in Middletown.

Avangrid subsidiary expands wind farm operations

A subsidiary of Orange-based utility company Avangrid said it has begun commercial operations at three new wind farms in California, New Mexico and Colorado under long-term energy contracts.The...

Hamden company eyes Japanese casino market

A Hamden-based company that provides slot machine printers and other printing technology for the gaming industry wants to gain a foothold in Japan’s emerging — and predicted to be highly...

Branford brewery owner's boutique hotel plan advances

The owner of the Stony Creek Brewery is a step closer to building a waterfront boutique hotel across from his popular craft brewery in Branford.

Changing bank regulations fuel Elm City tech firm's rapid growth

Continuity founder Andy Greenawalt had the “ah-ha” moment that led to the firm's founding a decade ago while running a company providing computer security to banks and credit unions.

Turnbridge rehab launches outpatient treatment

In the wake of Connecticut's growing opioid epidemic, an Elm City residential rehab facility said this week it has opened a new outpatient addiction treatment program at its Orange Street clinic.

Sikorsky wins $194M Saudi Arabia UH-60M contract

The U.S. Army has awarded Stratford helicopter maker Sikorsky a $194 million contract to supply 17 of its UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters to Saudi Arabia.

Judge awards $1M in Naugatuck trademark dispute

A federal judge this week ordered a Naugatuck laundry equipment company to pay its former German parent more than $1 million in attorney fees and other costs for repeatedly violating its trademark.

CURE rebrands as BioCT

Connecticut bioscience booster CURE has renamed itself BioCT, a change that plays up the state's identity as a bioscience leader, the organization said. Branford resident and new CEO Dawn Hocevar...

Shelton townhouse apartment complex fetches $33M

A townhome and garden apartment complex in Shelton sold recently for $33 million, while a Massachusetts maritime company has acquired a vacant industrial property on New Haven's Fair Haven waterfront.

North Branford man to plead guilty in 'Celebgate' hacking case

A North Branford man has pleaded guilty to a felony computer hacking charge related to the 2014 "Celebgate" cybercrime in which celebrities' nude photos were exposed on the internet, federal...

Milford manufacturer names first female CEO

Milford light electronic contact pin maker Bead Industries Inc. has elevated its founder's great-granddaughter Jill Bryant Mayer to the position of CEO.

Fewer New Haven area homeowners late on mortgages in Oct.

Fewer homeowners in Greater New Haven fell behind on their mortgages in October, although the region's percentage of past due mortgages and foreclosures remained above the rest of the nation's, a new...

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