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A planned six-mile, $65 million pedestrian and bike rail trail stretching from downtown Hartford’s Union Station to Bloomfield’s town center could be completed within five years, the project’s designer said.
Gun safety advocates from Connecticut and across the country came back to Washington, D.C., to push for passage of a trio of reforms nearly 11 years since the Sandy Hook school shooting.
New Haven planning officials have agreed to give a property owner more time to convert a local factory into apartments.
Two Connecticut companies picked up more than $24 million in U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) contracts in the last week, according to information from the government.
A four-year, $11 million effort to build the Day Hill Dome indoor sports bubble in Windsor came right down to the wire, achieving its certificate of occupancy at 2 p.m. Friday.
The Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA) has new board leadership, including Fuss & O’Neill CEO Kevin Grigg as incoming board chair, the organization announced this week.
A Waterbury-based school bus operator has settled a case with the Environmental Protection Agency after it allegedly violated state and federal clean air standards by allowing buses to idle excessively at its facilities in Brookfield and New Milford.
Though increasing teacher diversity in Connecticut has been on an upward trend for several years, the pace of recruiting candidates that proportionally represent the state’s student population has not kept up, according to a new report from Education Reform Now CT.
Hartford’s XL Center is slated for a $100 million renovation.
Gov. Ned Lamont, in his current budget, lined up $80 million in public funding to cover the majority of the costs.
International sports and entertainment company Oak View Group is preparing to wager at least $20 million that the arena can transform from an aging venue running a $2 million annual deficit to a bustling moneymaker that can attract “well above” 30 shows and concerts a year.
The XL Center has lost much of its concert business to the state’s casinos over the years.
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A Newtown publishing business has been acquired by a Boulder, Colorado-based company that specializes in niche enthusiast magazines. The Taunton Press, a consumer media and book business, has been acquired by Active Interest Media.
A deputy commissioner of a state agency, who ran against Gov. Ned Lamont in 2022 as an Independent before landing a job in Lamont’s administration, has been given a new role within the agency.
East Hartford industrial equipment supplier NEFCO has acquired a company in Houston that will allow the business to expand its reach into new parts of Texas, the company announced this week.
Alliant Insurance Services has acquired Newtown-based FJC & Associates, a retirement plan design and administration firm. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Real estate brokerage firm CBRE, on Monday, announced a $33 million sale of a Big Y-anchored shopping plaza.
Pratt & Whitney will be the sole provider of the F135 military jet engine, following a decades-long push by Connecticut’s congressional delegation to secure funding and protect jobs in the state.
Members of the Connecticut General Assembly want to revisit a legislative proposal to eliminate the lower minimum wage assigned to hourly employees who earn tips, establishing instead a single minimum wage that would apply to all workers.
The regulations that failed would have allowed plug-in hybrids, which are powered by both electric motors and gasoline engines, to be part of the new-car mix still allowed in 2035. Gas-powered cars also still could be sold in the used-car market.
Athena Health Care Systems, one of the largest providers of long-term care in Connecticut, is 6 months behind on paying health claims for workers on its health plan, President and CEO Lawrence Santilli said in a memo to employees.
Hartford Mayor-elect Arunan Arulampalam on Tuesday announced that he has named a member of Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration as corporation counsel for the city, along with three other key staff appointments.
National Fitness Partners, a private equity held Planet Fitness franchisee based in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, recently acquired 13 Planet Fitness Centers in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Following a recent $2.5 million gift, Connecticut Children’s announced this week a new intensive care unit at the hospital will be named for the Mandell-Braunstein family.
Yale University has purchased a life science office and laboratory building at 300 George St., in New Haven for $139.6 million. The transaction was recorded with the city Dec. 1.
The city of Hartford's small business grant program, Hart Lift, has received a national economic development award.
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