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CT attorney general seeks federal cooperation on achieving clean energy goals

"Connecticut has committed to a carbon free electric grid by 2040, but we can't get there with FERC tying our hands," said Tong.

Connecticut added 3,600 jobs in September

Private-sector employment is up by 10,500 seasonally adjusted jobs over September 2018. The state Department of Labor also revised the August job gain of 2,800 down to a gain of 1,200.

Poll finds CT voters not eager to embrace ‘Medicare for All’

Most Connecticut voters approved the idea of eliminating student loan debt up to $50,000.

Price cuts mean sales gains, according to Houlihan Lawrence’s luxury housing...

The bottom line of Houlihan Lawrence’s luxury housing report on sales in Westchester and Fairfield is that it’s all about the effects pricing has...

Three bids submitted for Connecticut’s offshore wind source

Vineyard Wind LLC named its Park City Wind proposal after Bridgeport.

Connecticut is sole state to record 2018 poverty rate increase

Despite the uptick, Connecticut’s poverty rate was lower than the 13.1 percent national average.

CT single-family home and condo sales down in August

"Single-family home sales have been down every month in 2019 on a year-over-year basis," said Tim Warren, CEO of The Warren Group.

Mount Kisco HomeGoods property sells for $6.8M, but in a unique...

Involved in bringing about the HomeGoods sale was New York City-based real estate investment brokerage firm B+E. It has developed a transactional platform on the internet specializing in the sale of net lease commercial properties occupied by a single tenant and 1031 exchanges.

Pound Ridge Golf Club owner Ken Wang reflects on the golf...

While many people think of golf courses as not being part of the hospitality industry unless they’re associated with a resort, the U.S. Bureau...

Connecticut issues guidance on foods and drinks to receive higher sales...

"It is simply a money grab, that's all it is," said Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano.

Suite Talk: Jeff Wentzel, founder of the Connecticut Hemp Industry Association

"It's brand new and people are still learning," said Wentzel about the state's hemp industry. "Thankfully, the hemp community is about people helping each other out."

CBIA survey finds sales and profits up, but pessimism remaining strong

CBIA President Joe Brennan said, "State policymakers must acknowledge these very real concerns."

News 12 to be carried on Verizon Fios

News 12, the local news service from Altice USA, which has been seen on Altice’s Optimum cable TV service, will be carried on Verizon’s Fios cable system beginning in November.

Conn. Comptroller Lembo forecasts $126.1M surplus going into FY2020

Lembo cautioned the forecast "should be treated with cautious optimism."

CT Gov. Lamont signs executive order to speed up climate...

"Climate change is an urgent, existential threat that must be tackled immediately," said Lamont.