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CT tribes cutting investment in proposed East Windsor casino

Uncertainty over just how much demand there is for more casino gambling in the region was cited as a factor in the decision.

Connecticut tolls bill dead in the water … unless it isn’t

While Gov. Ned Lamont said "I think it's time to take a pause” on the issue, Senate Democrats insist they're still working on bringing the trucks-only toll bill up for a vote.

Enrollment dips for Access Health CT

AHCT attributed the decline in part to the fact that more residents are receiving health insurance coverage through their employers.

MGM Resorts’ Jim Murren to step down as chief executive

Murren's efforts in Springfield and Yonkers have yet to produce stellar results.

Bridgeport tax preparer pleads guilty to concocting fraudulent returns

Veronica Huitzil's actions resulted in a fraud totaling $898,665.

Harbor Yard Amphitheater unveils Deftones as its first concert act

The venue has yet to announce an official opening date.

Bridgeport massage therapist Jason Ayala rubs people the right way

Jason Ayala used to work in retail management and he would offer hand massages to co-workers whose fingers and palms ached from long hours...

Bridgeport’s Showcase Cinemas closed, to be replaced with housing

At its peak, Bridgeport was home to more than 20 movie theaters.

Bridgeport points to several projects in its efforts to be more...

"These upgrades will save the city considerable money over the long-term and ultimately benefit the taxpayers of Bridgeport," says Mayor Joe Ganim.

New proposed legislation encourages tribal casino in Bridgeport

MGM Resorts vowed to "pursue all legal options" to gain a place in Connecticut's gaming industry.

Bridgeport Health Care Center shuttering amid owner’s financial misdeeds

Chaim Stern, the nursing home’s former operator, has pleaded guilty in federal court to embezzlement and tax offenses; he was also chief financial officer of Bridgeport Manor, which closed in 2018 after it was revealed he had diverted $4 million from its employees’ retirement plan to himself and a religious charity he controlled.

CSCU aiming to maintain community college tuition rate

Students at the four state universities – including Western Connecticut State in Danbury -- would pay $6,162 for full-time in-state tuition, up from the current $5,924.

Aquarion plans to sell 73 acres of surplus Greenwich land to...

In addition to the acres, to be designated open space, Aquarion is proposing to subdivide and sell two, four-acre single family residential building lots.

Bob’s Discount Furniture departing Stamford for Norwalk

The chain also operates stores in Brookfield and Bridgeport, and in Yonkers in Westchester County.

Bridgeport’s Harbor Yard Amphitheater gets ready for summer opening

Developer Howard Saffan says “a combination of Murphy’s Law and the weather" delayed the venue's opening by more than a year -- and that its original $15 million budget has been exceeded "dramatically."