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Yale health eyes $19.7M primary care move

Joe Cooper |

Yale New Haven Health, with help from a new consortium, is proposing to spend $19.7 million to move three primary care clinics to another Elm City location, according to a filing with the state...

UTAS adding services in Windsor Locks

HOWARD FRENCH | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

The former Hamilton Sundstrand complex, now part of UTC Aerospace Systems, is moving toward fulfilling its part of a multiyear agreement with the state to retain and expand facilities in return for...

Gilbane applies CT tech to worker safety

Gregory Seay |

A Norwalk technology maker and a leading Rhode Island building contractor say they have teamed to equip construction workers with wearable sensors for improving job-site safety, among other potential...

CT's fiscal woes test its commitment to manufacturing-skills training

Gregory Seay |

Standing at the rostrum in the soaring, light-filled classroom building at Farmington's Tunxis Community College, Mark Ojakian put on his best face.

Tolling measure hits a snag, Wednesday vote suspended

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR | 1

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.

Electric Boat to receive up to $83M in state aid for job growth, expansion

Joe Cooper | 1

Groton submarine maker General Dynamics Electric Boat will receive up to $83 million in state aid to help it add more than 1,881 new jobs over the next 17 years, the governor announced Tuesday.

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...

Farmington is on the cusp of another development wave

Gregory Seay | 1

Farmington is on the cusp of another growth spurt, one where new development of apartments, condos, senior-living spaces and medical offices predominate.

Meriden receives $200K to cleanup defunct hospital site

Joe Cooper |

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it will award a $200,000 grant to the city of Meriden for site cleanup at the former Meriden-Wallingford Hospital.

CT's March housing permits slower

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's pace of new housing construction slowed a bit in March but remained well ahead of a year ago, new data shows.

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