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Stamford mayor-elect names 10 policy advisory committee members ahead of inauguration

Serving on Caroline Simmons' Infrastructure & Environmental Resiliency Committee is Republican Mike Fedele, former lieutenant governor under M. Jodi Rell.

Priorities over pizza: CT panel says focus on the issues on...

The current legislative session has seen more talk “about pizza than affordable housing,” Connecticut Conference of Municipalities Executive Director and CEO Joe DeLong said.

Panel weighs in on how Stamford and region can continue...

“Instead of looking at somebody else’s garden and trying to steal the fruit and bring it over, we need to be planting seeds here – seeds of talent and investment that will grow themselves," said former Lamont administration policy adviser Nick Simmons.

Sound of silence: No ‘Alive@Five’ concerts in Stamford this year

Instead, Stamford Downtown -- which sponsors the concert series -- is focusing on a number of other activities, including developing a block-by-block strategy to enable restaurants to use a greater amount of the public space (sidewalks and streets) for outdoor dining.

David Kooris new president of Stamford’s Downtown Special Services District

Kooris – who is deputy commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and a member of Stamford’s Board of Finance – replaces Sandy Goldstein, who is retiring after 26 years at the helm of the organization that she formed.

Connecticut Port Authority names new chair, vice chair

New chair Bonnie Reemsnyder is currently serving her third term as first selectwoman of Old Lyme.

Connecticut’s tourism industry experiences 5.5% sales growth

Tax revenue from the sector for calendar year 2017 was $2.2 billion, including $960 million in state and local taxes.

Forward momentum at Sikorsky, Bradley airports could signal blue skies for...

An unnamed airline has expressed interest in bringing commercial service back to Bridgeport-owned Sikorsky, which hasn't offered commercial flights since the mid-1990s.

Federal Sandy aid inches closer to disbursement

In June Connecticut homeowners should be able to apply for the first round of federal Hurricane Sandy relief grants to repair storm damage and “storm-proof” their homes

Dominion, FuelCell to build major fuel cell plant in Bridgeport

Dominion Resources Inc. will partner with FuelCell Energy Inc. of Danbury to build a 14.9-megawatt (MW) fuel cell power plant on land Dominion has leased from the city at 1366 Railroad Ave., the companies and city officials announced.