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Gov. Malloy: Manufacturing Innovation Fund showing long-term benefits

In 2017 alone, over 4,500 full-time employees completed training that resulted in upgraded skills and increased productivity.

Two indicted in $5.8M tobacco tax fraud scheme

The two men were charged with conspiring to form the Pennsylvania company Discount Deals with the purpose of acquiring smokeless tobacco products that were imported into Connecticut without payment of taxes.

Enrollment up at Access HealthCT

Although the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 eliminated the Obamacare's individual mandate, requiring most individuals to have health insurance coverage, talks with legislators will continue.

Leasing, rents, vacancies rose in 2017 in Fairfield County office market

According to a data analysis from Newmark Knight Frank, Fairfield County’s office leasing activity grossed 4.2 million square feet in 2017, up 18.5 percent from the previous year.

Yale, UnitedHealthcare expand Medicare Advantage network

The expanded relationship provides more than 53,000 UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plan participants with access to YNHHS care teams.

Malloy postpones $4.3 billion in state transportation projects

The postponements include the widening of I-95 from Bridgeport to Stamford and completing the interchange between Routes 15 and 7 in Norwalk.

Four Fairfield County towns join opioid addiction lawsuit

Defendants include Stamford’s Purdue Pharma, as well as Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc., Johnson & Johnson and Endo Health Solutions Inc.

Bridgeport Hospital receives penalty under Medicare safety program

The penalty was created by the Affordable Care Act to drive hospitals to improve the quality of their care.

Connecticut Convention and Sports Bureau makes do on austere budget

“We have to get the most out of every dollar that goes through our office,” says H. Scott Phelps, the head of the Connecticut Convention and Sports Bureau.

Ex-Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch named executive director of Discovery Museum

In addition to his new job, Finch will maintain his duties as a climate fellow at the Rockefeller Institute of Government in Albany, New York.

Business leaders: Uncertainty, unsettled issues cloud 2018 forecast

“We will struggle to grow by zero to 1 percent," forecasts Connecticut Business & Industry Association President and CEOJoe Brennan.

Kennedy Center president stepping down after building a legacy of care...

Marty Schwartz has been a tenacious advocate for the populations the center serves — a broad range of children, adults and the elderly with diverse disabilities — as well as for the center and the nonprofit landscape at large.

Entrepreneur fills hole in eclectic-doughnut market

Based out of Stratford, the two-year-old chain now has four locations and will open two more in 2018.

Bridgeport pension bond sale will save taxpayers $48M, says Mayor Ganim

The bond sale was made possible through special legislation sponsored by the Bridgeport delegation and adopted by the Connecticut General Assembly during the 2017 legislative session. 

Report: Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim to announce governor bid next week

Ganim previously sought statewide office in 1994 as the running mate to Bill Curry on a Democratic ticket that lost to Republicans John Rowland and Jodi Rell.