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ITT moving HQ from White Plains to Stamford

The company has been in White Plains since July 2008.

iCapital Network to open Greenwich office

The company is arriving at Two Greenwich Plaza this fall.

Panel to focus on increasing diversity in Connecticut agriculture

The working group will consider issues including access to capital and markets.

Covid vaccines to become available to New Yorkers 60 and older,...

Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced that New York will expand access to the Covid-19 vaccine by adding to the list of those deemed eligible. On...

Gov. Lamont and AG Tong call for extending moratorium on utility...

PURA has neither extended the expired moratorium nor declared it officially terminated.

Norwalk’s Maritime Aquarium opens 4D Theater

The aquarium is planning to open a new 150,000-gallon seal exhibit in May.

Bridgeport’s Mangoz Sports Bar fined $10K for violating state Covid restrictions

This marks the first time that a Connecticut business received a $10,000 fine for violating the governor's executive orders.

Biden introduces education secretary nominee Miguel Cardona, CT education commissioner

https://youtu.be/IcYdh74PQtc President-Elect Joe Biden this morning outlined his plans to take a different stand on public education than was taken by current U.S. Secretary of...

Connecticut joins regional plan to cut vehicle emissions; Critics warn of...

The state expects a 26% drop in carbon emissions from transportation between 2022 and 2032.

Bridgeport’s Cherry Street Loft project receives $3.77M for brownfield cleanup

Pending work on the project includes the construction of a supermarket and retail space.

Connecticut tribes halt plans for East Windsor casino

Gov. Lamont tried to get the tribes to jettison the project last year.

154 arts groups to receive $9M in pandemic relief grants

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development is allocating $9 million in grants to 154 nonprofit arts organizations that were financially impacted by...

MA governor objects to having state on CT travel advisory list

Baker asked Massachusetts residents to abide by the Connecticut edict.

Connecticut receives $145M in federal funds for replacing bridges

The Walk Bridge was built in 1896 and the Connecticut River Bridge went up in 1907.

Bridgeport receives CT’s first electric public transit buses

Additional buses are planned for Stamford, New Haven and Hartford.