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With the recent announcement of a $9.1 million state grant, Hartford-based Real Art Ways is looking forward to launching a $23 million overhaul to its roughly 83,000-square-foot building next year.
President Joe Biden and Congress have dangled $1.2 trillion in matching funds before states for the past two years, challenging them to invest in their aging highways, bridges and other infrastructure.
Providing a glimpse into what major criminal justice policy lawmakers could prioritize when the legislature assembles in February, the House chair of the Judiciary Committee pleaded with the Connecticut Sentencing Commission on Thursday to continue reexamining the state’s bail infrastructure.
Yale New Haven Health officials acknowledged Thursday for the first time they have growing concerns about the completion of a deal to buy Waterbury, Manchester Memorial and Rockville General hospitals and said the acquisition is “more at risk” as time passes without approval from the state.
The New Haven Night Market returns this week with shopping, food and entertainment. The free event is on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. along New Haven’s Chapel Street, between College and York streets.
International life insurer Talcott Financial Group on Thursday held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new downtown Hartford headquarters in the Boat Building, at One American Row.
Farmington elevator maker Otis Worldwide Corp. has appointed two new presidents to lead the company’s efforts in specific regions, the company announced today.
A company affiliated with the U.S.’ largest health insurer, UnitedHealth Group, is looking to take a majority ownership stake in a Guilford surgical center.
The federal government is heading toward a shutdown unless Congress passes funding legislation that is signed into law before Oct. 1.
Hundreds of thousands of government workers won't get paid until the shutdown is over, and many federal government services will be suspended.
Economists say the longer the shutdown lasts, the more severe the effects will be.
According to accounting firm EY, a shutdown would take 0.1 of a percentage point off of GDP every week.
At least one Connecticut business is hoping this New Year’s Eve, with its special number, will boost business. The date, 12-31-23 features a repeat of the numerals 1, 2, 3.
An inclusive coffee cafe, BeanZ & Co., has agreed to lease a 5,400-square-foot building at 11 East Main St. in Old Avon Village. The cafe has employees with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities.
New Haven-based Osmol Therapeutics has gotten approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to begin its first human clinical trial of a drug aimed at preventing painful nerve damage in chemotherapy patients.
Businesses across the country are more concerned about rising healthcare costs and economic uncertainty than they were a year ago, according to a new survey from Travelers Cos.
Up to 75,000 square feet of retail space at the Danbury Fair Mall could be converted into apartments, as the mall looks for ways to put empty retail space back to use.
A Danbury hotel has been sold for $8 million, according to brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap, which handled the deal.
A former Bank of America branch property located on Route 6 in Bristol has sold via auction. The 6,930-square-foot former bank office at 53 North St., has been purchased by Bristol-based D'Amato Realty LLC for $406,600, property records show.
The lawyers challenging the outcome of Bridgeport’s recent Democratic mayoral primary gathered in court on Monday but told the judge they will need more time to review thousands of documents and hundreds of hours video footage that are key to the case.
Renée D. Coleman-Mitchell, who was dismissed by Gov. Ned Lamont as Connecticut’s commissioner of public health in the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, has settled her federal wrongful termination suit with the state for $200,000.
House Speaker Matt Ritter, D-Hartford, said Monday that the General Assembly will not vote Tuesday in special session on a proposal to allow publicly financed candidates in Connecticut to raise money online using the popular Democratic fundraising platform, ActBlue.
Banofi Leather, a startup focused on crafting leather from banana crop waste for use in handbags and apparel, recently won the 2023 Hult Prize.
A 290-unit mixed-use apartment complex and athletic club has opened in Stamford, the first venture by a national development firm in Connecticut, the company announced.
An assisted living facility in New Haven has sold for more than $2 million.
New data from First American Financial Corp. shows that home prices in Connecticut increased 27% from July 2022 to July 2023, the second-highest rate in the country. First American, a California-based real estate company, released its latest Real House Price Index data Monday.
A ship’s bell that once rang out from the USS Hartford, flagship of famous Civil War Rear Admiral David G. Farragut, will likely soon move from a lonely corner of Hartford’s Constitution Plaza office park to a more prominent spot by the Connecticut Convention Center.
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