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Two development teams have come forward expressing interest in redeveloping the historic and troubled Church Corners Inn property in East Hartford.
State agency spending on overtime has risen nearly 50% in the past six years, and Connecticut’s chief business lobby is urging Gov. Ned Lamont and the legislature to slam on the brakes.
Another sports betting facility is planned in Connecticut, this one at Bridgeport’s Total Mortgage Arena, according to an announcement from CT Lottery Corp., which will operate the facility.
Bank of America is increasing its minimum wage to $23 an hour starting in October, which equates to roughly $48,000 a year for full-time employees, the company said in an announcement.
Developers signed on to build at least 300 apartments on the former Showcase Cinemas site in East Hartford don’t expect to finalize financing by a Sept. 30 deadline, setting them up for a $30,000 monthly penalty under their agreement with the town.
A partnership helmed by Shelton-based real estate developer, broker and financier James Cormier recently paid $1.15 million for 137 vacant acres in East Windsor with hopes of building a mix of housing and commercial uses.
The development team of Blue Vista Capital Management and Eastpointe LLC has purchased a portion of the 100-plus-acre Stone Bridge Crossing project site in Cheshire, where 300 multifamily units will be built.
Although more than two-thirds of Connecticut towns opted out of a 2021 law that aimed to streamline the process and regulations around accessory dwelling units, most towns still allow units of this type in some form, according to a report released Wednesday.
A recent Pew Research Center survey found that Americans have mixed feelings about healthcare providers' use of artificial intelligence.
Their research showed that about 60% of U.S. adults reported they would feel uncomfortable if their health provider relied on AI for diagnosing diseases and recommending treatments.
However, according to the same survey, more Americans (40%) think using AI in health and medicine would reduce health provider mistakes, while 27% believe it would increase mistakes.
The questions come as AI is being used throughout Connecticut’s healthcare industry to evaluate strokes, detect tumors, develop drugs and help medical providers with mundane tasks so they can focus on critical patient care.
Albertus Magnus College on Wednesday secured a key state approval it needed to launch its new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
Waterbury Mayor Neil O’Leary has pulled the plug on negotiations to sell or lease the city’s 17.4-acre Anamet manufacturing site to local aquaculture business Ideal Fish, and will soon begin angling for a new development partner.
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday confirmed Judge Vernon Oliver to sit on the U.S. District Court in Connecticut as Democrats work to keep installing a more diverse slate of President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees.
According to the Federal Poverty Level, a metric with roots going back 60 years, a family of four is impoverished this year if it earns $30,000 or less.
David Kooris, the chairman of the Connecticut Port Authority, announced Tuesday that state officials are discussing whether to fold the maritime agency into the Connecticut Airport Authority.
Marilyn Moore insists she wasn’t shocked four years ago when a blizzard of absentee ballots cast in favor of Bridgeport Mayor Joseph P. Ganim blew away her victory at the polls. Too many people told her what was coming.
Eversource Energy has named Paul Chodak its new executive vice president and chief operating officer. Chodak, who spent 22 years in operations roles at Columbus, Ohio-based American Electric Power, will start in the position effective Nov. 13.
United Illuminating Co. has filed a lawsuit challenging the state’s denial of most of its recent rate hike request.
A small Avon-based lobbying firm has landed the top lobbyist from the Connecticut Business & Industry Association.
A former professional goalkeeper, sports executive and founding member of Major League Soccer, has been tapped as the new CEO of the Hartford Athletic professional soccer club. Nick Sakiewicz is replacing former CEO Jim Burda, who left the team in March after three years on the job.
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After a series of annual $1 increases set by the General Assembly, Connecticut’s $15 minimum wage will rise by a relatively modest 69 cents on Jan. 1, the first of the state’s raises pegged to a federal index that tracks wages.
John Gomes, who challenged seven-term mayor Joe Ganim in Bridgeport’s recent Democratic primary, announced Monday that he was filing a lawsuit seeking to halt the certification of the election.
A long-delayed effort to redevelop a decaying 40,000-square-foot office building in downtown Waterbury reached an important milestone Monday with its sale to a pair of New York investor-developers.
Connecticut’s unemployment rate remains at 3.6%, the state Department of Labor said Monday, after employers added about 2,100 jobs in August. The jobless rate is below the national average of 3.8% and is at a four-year low, the agency said in an announcement Monday.
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