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Dillon Stadium overhaul experiencing 'unexpected surprises'

Joe Cooper |

While the Hartford Athletic is still expected to kick off its inaugural season in the Capital City in April, the overseers renovating Dillon Stadium are uncovering several infrastructure issues at...

40 municipalities to share $12.4M for sidewalk, bicycle lane upgrades

Joe Cooper |

Forty municipalities statewide will split $12.4 million in state funding for upgrades to sidewalks, bicycle lanes and other pathways connecting pedestrians to downtown centers, state officials...

Enfield sets $100K emergency bridge work

Gregory Seay |

The town of Enfield has allocated $100,000 for emergency repairs to its South River Street Bridge, two years ahead of a scheduled rebuild.

Larson must show CT the money for tunnel plan

Greg Bordonaro |

In the memorable 1996 film “Jerry Maguire,” a cocky Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, Rod Tidwell — played by Cuba Gooding Jr. — repeatedly echoed the phrase, “Show me...

UConn Tech Park offers new twist to industry-college partnerships

Sean Teehan |

Touring the Innovation Partnership Building (IPB) at the University of Connecticut Tech Park in Storrs is like taking a peek into the future. A lot of big machines and big ideas.

'Untapped' talent engage skills training for better employment

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's untapped talent pool engages skills training for better employment.

Kickbacks derail Glastonbury man

Gregory Seay |

A Glastonbury man will spend eight months in prison and repay about $47,500 to the IRS for his role in a construction kickback scheme, prosecutors says.

Centerplan blames subcontractors for Dunkin' Donuts Park delays

Matt Pilon |

Centerplan Construction Company, embroiled in a bitter lawsuit with the city of Hartford over its firing from the Dunkin' Donuts Park and Downtown North developments, is now blaming a half-dozen...

Construction sector embraces apprentices

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut, like many other states, is experiencing a shortage of carpenters, brick masons, steelworkers, electricians, heating, air conditioning and ventilation installers, and other...

Apprenticeships: Revival of 'gold standard' workforce-development tool

Gregory Seay |

Manufacturing and other Connecticut industries are reviving what some consider to be the 'gold standard' workforce-development tool.

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