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Insurance Dept. on target with insurance network adequacy review

With consumer protection as our primary mission, the Connecticut Insurance Department (CID) takes very seriously its regulation of the industry to ensure carriers comply with state laws and...

Wisely, Malloy's budget shows a pro-business approach

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's two-year $40.6 billion budget proposal is liked by few, hated by many and loved by no one.

Hartford could reap $56M from hospital property taxes

Greg Bordonaro| Matt Pilon |

Hartford's three acute-care hospitals would pay approximately $56 million a year to the city, if state lawmakers approved a plan allowing local governments to levy a property tax on nonprofit...

At 25-year milestone, Foxwoods Resort Casino plots next quarter century

Norm Bell |

For 25 years now, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation has proven itself a sharp developer whose projects have provided entertainment for millions of visitors from across the region while providing...

In DoNo's shadow, Hartford's other developments take off

Gregory Seay |

Almost unnoticed amid Hartford's booming conversions of older office buildings into housing and commercial space and construction of a ballpark and UConn campus, is another wave of development that...

Capital City's towering imprint drives its economic curator

Gregory Seay |

Sean M. Fitzpatrick, the city of Hartford director responsible for seeking out and maximizing its best economic opportunities, is never far from reminders of the importance of his role — and...

Malloy holds line on business taxes; maintains tax credits, incentives

Matt Pilon |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed $40.6 billion biennial budget has businesses breathing a tentative sigh of relief, though plenty can happen between now and June 7, the last day of the legislative...

Malloy: Choice is modernize or close aging XL Center

Mark Pazniokas | CT Mirror |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Friday that a $250 million plan to overhaul the aging XL Center in downtown Hartford to keep University of Connecticut teams as tenants is a blueprint to modernize a 1970s...

Ex-state state psychiatrist fined for violating ethics code

Patricia Daddona |

Glastonbury resident Leonard Lev, a former principal psychiatrist at Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown, has paid a $3,500 penalty for violating state law by using state resources for personal...

Windsor Locks plant part of Serta Simmons plan to expand nationally

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Atlanta-based mattress manufacturer Serta Simmons Bedding LLC is making a $100 million, multiyear investment to add to its manufacturing capacity and extend its advertising, company officials say.

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