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Five Hartford-area business leaders, and a business journalist, will be honored at the 45th annual Junior Achievement of Southwest New England Business Hall of Fame induction ceremony on April 2.
On the verge of having to cease operations due to expiring American Rescue Plan Act funding, Connecticut’s Reentry Welcome Centers are seeking answers about how the state is using the tens of millions of dollars saved by recent prison closures and
Gov. Ned Lamont’s proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year invests in early childhood development, mental health care, outreach to the homeless and prison staffing.
A new effort at the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection seeks to draw more residents to the state’s parks by partnering with private businesses and nonprofits to expand recreational services on or near state land.
A local nonprofit, International Hartford, said it is awarding $80,000 in grants to 15 minority-owned businesses in the Hartford metro area.
Undaunted by warnings of a tight state budget, the hundreds of nonprofits that deliver most state-sponsored social services have a big financial ask. But it’s only to offset a fraction of what they’re already losing to inflation.
Former University of Hartford President Walter Harrison has been appointed interim president and CEO of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford. Harrison succeeds Jacob Schreiber, who resigned from the role.
AdvanceCT, an organization aimed at promoting Connecticut to businesses, has named new co-chairs of its board of directors.
Ten Connecticut-based food entrepreneurs recently began this year’s Food Business Accelerator program, which offers one-on-one coaching, seed funding, a free voucher to use a commercial kitchen and an educational curriculum.
A youth development organization in Cromwell, First Tee – Connecticut, has added new staff and appointed a new board member as it grows across the state. The staff changes include two promotions and two new hirings.
It was a banner year for organ donations and transplants in New England.
The American Red Cross in Connecticut has a new leader. Richard V. Branigan has been named Red Cross’ new regional CEO covering Connecticut and Rhode Island.
The Connecticut Health Foundation has awarded more than $1 million in grants this quarter, including a recent $100,000 grant for the YWCA of New Britain to expand its community health worker training program into a six-credit course at Central Con
Connecticut Public has obtained a $3.1 million state grant to renovate its headquarters at 1049 Asylum Ave., which is home to Connecticut Public Television and Connecticut Public Radio, also known as WNPR.
Hands On Hartford, a Hartford nonprofit founded in 1969, recently announced that its longtime executive director plans to retire next year.
Democrats in the General Assembly have proposed bills that would expand the state’s paid sick leave law to all private sector workers.
Under the proposals, all workers in Connecticut would be eligible for up to 40 hours of paid sick leave, depending on how many hours they work.
Currently, the state’s paid sick leave program only applies to companies with more than 50 workers.
In addition, the proposals would expand the categories of family members an employee may use paid sick leave to care for, including grandchildren.
They would also allow workers to use paid sick leave for counseling for a physical or psychological injury, or a disability.
Republican leaders expressed concerns about the proposals, calling them “tone deaf.”
A lobbyist for the Connecticut Business & Industry Association said the proposals, while well-intentioned, would have a negative impact on small businesses with few employees.
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