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S&P: CT debt service not at risk

Patricia Daddona |

With 16 states still in 11th-hour budget talks as their fiscal years close, Connecticut is not as bad off as some, according to a fresh report from S&P Global Ratings.

Dempsey's Diamond is Day Kimball's new CEO

Patricia Daddona |

Anne Diamond, CEO of UConn Health's John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington, has been selected to lead Day Kimball Healthcare in Putnam.

$4.8M for UHart, Montessori degree

Patricia Daddona |

The University of Hartford and the Montessori Training Center Northeast say they have been awarded $4.8 million from the Walton Family Foundation to establish an undergraduate Montessori education...

New Census estimates: Retirement-age population keeps growing

JAKE KARA | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut's population, like the rest of the nation's, continues to age.

CT adds course to help released inmates prepare for workforce

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut departments of Labor (CTDOL) and Correction (DOC) have jointly created a new 10-hour construction safety and health training class for inmates near the end of their sentences and...

Malloy preps blueprint to manage gov't without state budget

Patricia Daddona |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy told legislative leaders Wednesday he is developing a plan for managing state government without a two-year budget in place.

Half of CT's rainy day fund to be used to cover FY17 shortfall

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut expects to close the 2017 fiscal year with a $107.2 million deficit that will be covered by the state's rainy day fund, according to Office of Policy and Management Secretary Ben Barnes.

Fla. gov. seeks to lure more CT firms south

Gregory Seay | 3

Florida's appeals to get Connecticut companies to consider relocating south has more to do with this state's heavy regulation, taxation and overhead than the low-interest loans and other incentives...

Charter Oak Health Center settles whistleblower case

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford-based Charter Oak Health Center and its former CEO have agreed to settle a six-year-old whistleblower case in which authorities had accused the company of firing three employees in...

CT energy industry facing workforce shortages

Connecticut’s aging workforce is causing another industry headaches: Energy.

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