Tweed and CAA to the altar at last?

As Tweed New Haven Regional Airport gears up to renew its push for expansion in the upcoming legislative session, it is looking for help from the Connecticut Airport Authority, which runs Bradley...

CT Public Broadcasting names Quinnipiac dean CEO

Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network has named Quinnipiac University's dean of communications as its new chief executive.

Former dry cleaner aspires to Elm City's pizza pantheon

Its 687 State St. location — next to an I-91 on-ramp and with ample surface parking — is killer. But will its building's provenance and decades-long history as a neighborhood dry cleaner...

 

Home sales fall, prices rise in November

Single-family home sales in Connecticut declined in November as prices increased on a year-over-year basis, according to the latest report from the Warren Group, which publishes the Commercial Record.

Behavioral health provider to pay $100K over false-claim charges

A former New Haven behavioral-health clinician group and its owner have agreed to pay $100,000 and will be suspended from participating in the state's Medicaid program for ten years for an alleged...

Comcast names regional VP; Murtha Cullina taps executive director

Comcast has named a new vice president of customer experience for the company's western New England region, while law firm Murtha Cullina LLP has hired a new executive director.

Waterbury foundation awards job-training grants

The Connecticut Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling $96,000 to ten nonprofit organizations serving residents of 21 municipalities in the Waterbury region and the Litchfield Hills.

Hilton eyes North Haven for Hampton Inn

The Hilton Hotel chain is to looking build a Hampton Inn & Suites on a vacant site in front of the Cinemark movie theater in North Haven's bustling retail hub on Universal Drive.

Comcast, District unveil innovation 'lounge'

Leaders from the city and cable giant Comcast cut the ribbon Wednesday morning on the Comcast Business Innovation Lounge, part of the District entrepreneurial campus' new Innovation and Venture...

Nutmeg CU extends lifeline to federal workers

Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union, which has three branches in the New Haven region, says it is offering low-interest loans to furloughed federal workers.

Precipio adds U.S. Department of Defense as customer

Speciality cancer-diagnostics company Precipio Inc. said it has reached an agreement to begin selling its liquid biopsy technology to medical centers funded by the U.S. Department of Defense.

Hartford HealthCare to implement $15 minimum wage

After months of consideration, Hartford HealthCare (HHC), Connecticut's second largest health system, announced plans Monday to raise its minimum hourly wage to $15 in March.

Auto-repair group donates $10K to tech schools

The Auto Body Association of Connecticut (ABAC) has awarded a $10,000 donation to the Connecticut Technical Education & Career System (CTECS) in Milford to help modernize CTECS' automotive collision...

New Naugy boutique showcases local artisans

Trish's Treasures has been selling handcrafted items from artisans throughout the Valley and Connecticut since opening last April in Naugatuck's reinvigorated downtown.

QU to pull plug on AM radio station

Citing dwindling student interest in radio careers, Quinnipiac University will cease operations of the university's radio station, WQUN AM-1220.

Former Port-A-Potty HQ sold

Shorehaven Landscaping has acquired a three-bedroom house in Branford that previously served as world headquarters of a Port-A-Potty business operated by LUDCO Properties.

For law firm, centennial celebration spurs year of service

One of Connecticut's largest law firms is marking its 100th year in business with a year of service.

Construction begins on Tokyo skyscraper designed by New Haven architects

New Haven architectural firm Pickard Chilton said this week that construction had begun on a major mixed-use skyscraper project it helped design near the entrance of Tokyo Station in Japan.

New Haven = Cambridge, Part II

People's United Bank Chief Investment Officer John S. Traynor tells New Haven manufacturers Thursday that the Elm City is the key to Connecticut's economic recovery.

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