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Sun Life opens new Hartford office

The company said the new office reflects its "approach to the future of work."

Chicago leads the nation in ranking of rat-infested cities

Hartford entered Orkin's top 20 list for the first time, coming in 19th place.

Illinois-based food bank plans to open distribution center in CT to...

Midwest Food Bank says it will distribute over $350 million worth of food this year, a 20% increase from 2019.

Westchester County Executive Latimer blasts Connecticut’s I-684 toll plan

Calling the plan for Connecticut to put a toll on the approximately one-mile stretch of I-684 that runs through Greenwich, Conn., “an unfair taxation...

Lamont to tribes: Drop East Windsor casino for Bridgeport, Hartford deals

East Windsor leaders say the town could see approximately $8.5 million per year from property taxes and an agreement made with the tribes if the proposed Tribal Winds casino opens.

Tech boot camp for job seekers opening in Stamford

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

Stark Office Suites to open 10th location with Hartford building purchase

The company has expanded into midtown Manhattan and Fairfield County since launching in Westchester in 2004.

Aetna leaving Hartford for Manhattan

The majority of its 5,800 employees will remain in Hartford, at least for now.

Norwalk, Brookfield, Shelton receive state grants for brownfields remediation

All told, 14 projects, comprising 424 acres of redevelopment, are receiving $6.9 million.

Mayors’ forum finds agreement on issues, uncertainty on how to pay...

Topics at the event, held Sept. 29 at UConn's Stamford campus, included sustainability, resilience, prosperity, and transportation.

Deloitte announces “first of its kind” extended family leave policy

The policy offers all regular workers up to 16 weeks paid leave for family care, and up to 24 weeks paid leave for new mothers.

State-local partnership panel formed to address shortfall in state aid to...

Towns and cities originally were told sales tax revenue sharing would amount to $246 million this fiscal year, but that figure was cut to $185 million.

Department of Labor: unemployment drops in every town and city in...

Of the five largest cities in the state with a population of 100,000 or more, Stamford had the lowest unemployment rate in 2015 of 4.6 percent.

Health insurance exchange refocuses efforts on outreach, education

AHCT is now focused on educating consumers on how to derive maximum benefits from their selected insurance plans.

New program to lower energy costs for manufacturers announced

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and Hartford’s Connecticut Green Bank have announced “Energy on the Line,” a program that offers...