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Connecticut DECD Commissioner Catherine Smith stepping down

During her eight years in the post, Smith spearheaded a variety of programs to generate economic activity and expand business across Connecticut.

Malloy allocates $30.8M to nonprofits for infrastructure improvements

Eight Fairfield County nonprofits were among the 92 organizations receiving state funds.

Trump’s promise of more funds for Opportunity Zones greeted with tempered...

“These are areas that can’t grow by themselves – they need private investment," says Betsy Paynter, executive director of redevelopment agency CityCenter Danbury.

Frontier Airlines returning to Bradley International Airport

The airline, which ceased operating out of Bradley International Airport in 2011, will begin nonstop flights to Denver on March 28.

After Obamacare ruled unconstitutional, CT lawmakers and health care officials scramble

“We are committed to upholding the ACA and the support it provides to the residents of our state,” said AHCT CEO James Michel.

Katharine Wade resigns as Insurance Department commissioner

Wade’s announcement arrives just three weeks before Gov.-elect Ned Lamont is inaugurated on Jan. 9. Lamont has not said who he has in mind for the CID commissioner job.

Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman to become new CT Dem chair

Erick Russell, a lawyer who chairs the Connecticut Bar Association’s LGBT section, is expected to be nominated as the party’s vice chairman.

Tech boot camp for job seekers opening in Stamford

Courses are set to begin in the first quarter of 2019.

Stamford Transportation Center receiving millions from fed, state for upgrades

According to Gov. Dannel Malloy, the investment will ensure the station can operate in a state of good repair for the next 25 years and beyond.

Malloy proposes millions of dollars for Bridgeport economic development

The proposals to the state bond commission include $7 million for improvements to Sikorsky Memorial Airport.

Job listings site Indeed to bring another 500 jobs to Stamford

The job site plans to invest $66 million toward its expansion and is exploring real estate options to accommodate the growth.

Fiscal Stability Commission delivers ‘Report 2.0’ to fix CT economy

Among the new recommendations: lowering the state’s deficit by at least $1 billion and installing electronic tolls on major highways.

Ben Barnes leaving state government to become CSCU CFO

Before joining the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, Barnes was the operating officer for the Bridgeport Public Schools.

Malloy offers Lamont ‘transition budget’ that could mean no tax increase

Gov.-elect Ned Lamont is inheriting an estimated budget deficit of $1.73 billion for fiscal 2020.

Dems make gains on state, national level; Cuomo re-elected, Lamont wins...

Of the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats are now in control of that chamber, wresting control from Republicans: the latest count was 219-193, with 23 seats yet to be declared. On the U.S. Senate side, Republicans maintained control by a 51-43 margin, with four seats yet to be called.