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Metro-North takes a hit in “Deep Dive” report

Performance over safety was an issue, the report stated

Metro-North completes $10M project

New Haven line upgrades power supply and adds services

Obama supports minimum wage increase in Connecticut

Obama features a Bridgeport business owner in his speech

NBC Sports scores with Stamford

Sports unit brings 500 staffers to Stamford

Credits, Clients and Awards Fairfield County 06-03-2013

Bridgeport gallery exhibit recently opened and more.

$1.5B STEM proposal advances in Hartford

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposals to invest $1.5 billion in the University of Connecticut and $200 million toward strengthening Connecticut’s bioscience sector are moving along at the state capital.

Hospitals continue fight over budget cuts

The Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) sent a letter last week to Connecticut legislators encouraging them to oppose Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's 2014 and 2015 fiscal year budget proposal, which cuts hospital funding by $550 million.

CL&P, UI restorations near completion

Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) and United Illuminating (UI) Co. reported just over 1,000 remaining outages statewide as of Nov. 7, after the storm initially knocked out power for more than one million customers.

Malloy: Insurers may not impose hurricane deductibles

Based on data from the National Weather Service, Sandy did not meet the criteria established by the state legislature last year that would allow insurers to impose a higher hurricane deductible on claims by homeowners.

Jobs data show slight gains, questioned by officials

Since January, Connecticut employers have produced some 2,600 net new jobs, less than one-third of the amount of jobs created through the first nine months of 2011, according to data released by the state Department of Labor Oct. 18.

August jobs report draws skeptics

Sharp increases in Connecticut’s monthly unemployment rate, which jumped to 9 percent in August from 8.5 percent in July after being below 8 percent as recently as May, have continued to perplex state labor officials and economists.

Startups step into the spotlight

Advocates and investors say that for the first time since before 2008, there is a strong interest among the Westchester and Fairfield County, Conn., business communities in supporting startups and early stage companies.p

Impasse ends for Anthem, Children’s

Anthem and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center reached a new contract agreement.