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The plan now goes to accrediting body The New England Association of Schools and Colleges for its consideration.
Condos going up near the town's Main Street shopping and dining district appear to be a growing trend.
Some banks’ legacy systems date back to the Nixon era, according to Scott Baret, leader of Deloitte's U.S. banking and securities practice.
While reverse mortgages still have a negative connotation for many, those fears are mostly misplaced, according to Nick Buscaglia, senior vice president for residential mortgage at M&T Bank.
The sap is collected at The Hickories Farm, then trucked to Nod Hill Brewery, which pasteurizes, carbonates and cans it.
The facility will help Connecticut providers expedite treatment and improve care for patients with substance use disorders throughout the state.
Since July 1, such events represent more than $40,547,237 in total sales, says the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau.
The bills differ significantly when it comes to penalizing citizens who forgo health care coverage.
Cenveo expects to emerge from bankruptcy in the second quarter.
The magazine manages the annual Connecticut Spring Boat Show in Essex.
HMN’s portfolio of patient education media records an estimated 391 million patient and caregiver impressions annually.
The Danbury law firm lists pharmaceutical/medical device claims as one of its areas of expertise.
“Members are telling chamber leaders that increasing health care costs are strangling their businesses,” says JoAnn Ryan, president of Connecticut’s Chambers of Commerce Leadership Council.