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W. Hartford seeks development feedback

Gregory Seay |

The town of West Hartford is inviting public feedback as it prepares to update its plan of conservation and development.

Rail station, hotel, housing fill Newington’s bucket list

Gregory Seay |

Newington, whose Berlin Turnpike corridor is popular with shoppers and diners, is the scene of several proposed development projects that could one day raise its destination profile even more.

New developer, plans for W. Hartford convent

Gregory Seay |

The ambitious redevelopment proposal to convert The Sisters of St. Joseph convent in West Hartford into apartments has a new developer, who has renamed the project and scaled back its initial...

Infosys confirms Goodwin Square lease in downtown Hartford

Joe Cooper |

India-based information technology and outsourcing provider Infosys has confirmed it leased three floors in downtown's Goodwin Square building.

CT must ease regulatory environment

R. Michael Goman |

In previous columns, I touched on reforming our land-use regulatory environment as one way to jumpstart Connecticut and get our economy on a growth path.

Wallingford manufacturer pierces international body-art market

Gregory Seay |

Third-generation Wallingford manufacturer Maria J. Pinto was overjoyed in 2016 about expanding overseas her line of precision needles for tattooing, body-piercing and medical applications, but she...

It's not a trick question: Which governor is to blame for top two tax hikes in CT history?

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Quick quiz: Which governor approved the two largest tax hikes in modern Connecticut history? If you answered Dannel P. Malloy you would be in elite company.

CERC’s Santy to retire next year

Matt Pilon |

After a dozen years at the helm of the economic development nonprofit Connecticut Economic Resource Center, Robert Santy plans to retire next year.

Foundation has $1.7M for Dillon Stadium, Colt

Gregory Seay |

Central Connecticut's leading community hope chest is committing $1.7 million to fund upgrades to Hartford's Dillon Stadium and historic Colt Park.

Deadline looms for CT's healthiest employers awards

HBJ Staff |

The nomination deadline for Hartford Business Journal’s 2018 Healthiest Employers awards ends Sept. 30.

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