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Conn. Port Authority creates grants program to improve small harbors and...

Municipalities and other eligible property owner applicants must submit proposals by April 17.

Insuring patient safety: a ‘workplace of accountability’

The reality of being human, however, is that we all make mistakes. It is not a matter of how smart or how caring we are. It is a matter of simply being human.

Bridgeport drug rehab facility sells for $4 million

The 160-bed, 60,000-square-foot property is one block from Bridgeport Hospital.

Riverkeeper-backed report says boosted energy efficiency can offset loss of Indian...

That gap can be filled, according to the report, by both scaling up renewable energy sources and increased incentives for energy efficiency. Both of these are measures that are also central to the state's Clean Energy Standard.

East Windsor moves closer to getting new Conn. casino

Still in the running is Windsor Locks; either way, the government must ultimately agree to allowing a third gambling site in the state.

Stamford’s Novitex merging with two others to create IT colossus

The combined company is expected to have approximately $1.5 billion in revenue in 2017.

Six firms ink lease deals worth $4.1M at 399 Knollwood Road...

The 152,000-square-foot Class A office building off Interstate 287 is 97 percent occupied, according to its leasing agent.

Ernest C. Trefz, commercial property executive and philanthropist, dies at 84

The award-winning McDonald's franchise network owner is the namesake of the University of Bridgeport's business school.

United Airlines to offer seasonal flights from Bradley to San Francisco

Gov. Malloy celebrates news as evidence of ability to "grow jobs and increase business activity in Connecticut."

Cash sales share in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk housing at 26.2 percent

New York had the largest cash sales share among the states, at 47 percent.

NY state court upholds disbarment of Dutchess County lawyer

Michael N. Kelsey lost his law license because of sexual assault charges concerning a Boy Scout camping trip in 2014.

NRG Energy shutting Rockland County office, cutting 50 jobs

The news comes following reports that the company plans to downsize its residential solar operation.

Ramirez joins First County Bank

Hugo Ramirez has joined the retail banking division of Stamford-based First County Bank as assistant vice president and manager of the branch at 660 Main St. in...

William Pitt Sotheby’s welcomes Patel

William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, a network of real estate professionals that – along with Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty – manages more...

Mahopac-Carmel Chamber sets raffle for scholarships

   The Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce has announced that its scholarship raffle is underway. “This raffle gives the chamber an opportunity to raise funds for scholarships, as...