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Hartford pupils get lessons in financial literacy

Gregory Seay |

With budget worksheets in hand, Emeli Bueno and Yashoda Mohan, seniors at Hartford's Bulkeley High School, realized expenses were quickly eating up their make-believe salaries.

With new budget in place, Malloy cancels rail, bus fare hikes


Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration has canceled planned rail and bus fare hikes now that legislators have adopted a new budget with added resources for the Special Transportation Fund.

Almost half of US families can't afford basics like rent and food


The economy may be chugging along, but many Americans are still struggling to afford a basic middle class life.Nearly 51 million households don't earn...

Propark manages Queens, N.Y., mall parking

Gregory Seay |

Hartford parking operator Propark America has won a contract to manage nearly 3,000 parking slots for the Rego Center Mall in Queens, N.Y.

F-150s could be in short supply after plant fire

CNNMoney |

Ford could halt production of the F-150, its bestselling and most profitable vehicle, following a fire at a supplier's plant in Michigan last week.

Transportation infrastructure is vital to CT’s economy

Carrie Rocha |

Aside from the current debate about funding transportation infrastructure needs, it's important to objectively understand how much we all rely on the transportation and logistics network for our jobs...

New Hartford parking czar Gomes prioritizes rebranding, technology development

Joe Cooper |

Nestled in a corner office flanking Asylum and Main streets, Armindo Gomes is drawing from his private-sector days to try to rebrand the Hartford Parking Authority.

Tolling measure hits a snag, Wednesday vote suspended


Speaker Joe Aresimowicz canceled plans Wednesday for a House vote on a measure to create an electronic tolling plan, saying it lacks support now to pass.

Malloy's transportation funding plan inadequate

Nicolas John |

Recently, outgoing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed an infrastructure package that may make Constitution State drivers think twice about having their rubber hit the roads.

Bradley International Airport officials prep new 20-year, $1.4B master plan

John Stearns | 5

Bradley International Airport officials are recommending $1.4 billion in projects over the next two decades as part of an ambitious master plan that would prepare the state's largest airfield for...

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