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Austin to lead Conn. regents
The Connecticut Board of Regents plans to install the former president of the University of Connecticut as interim president.
Regents president resigns
Pay raises allowed – then rescinded – by the president of the Connecticut Board of Regents have cost him his job.
Malloy: Regents’ credibility damaged
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said the Connecticut Board of Regents' credibility has been damaged following pay raises to staff.
Healthy grant for NCC, colleges
The U.S. Department of Labor awarded $12 million to Norwalk Community College and six other Connecticut schools.
HCC opens manufacturing center
Housatonic Community College is showing off its new advanced manufacturing studies program in Bridgeport.
NCC, colleges land $12m grant
Norwalk Community College and six other schools landed $12 million in DOL funds to train workers for health careers.
HCC to examine its role
Housatonic Community College is holding a Sept. 21 forum to discuss the role HCC should play in the community.
UPenn researchers propose new high-speed rail route
Researchers have proposed an alternate route for high-speed rail that would sidestep western Connecticut and Westchester County in favor of a tunnel across the Long Island Sound from New Haven.
Delta to shut down Comair
Delta is shutting down its Comair regional carrier, saying the move would have little impact on its overall network operations.
Help Wanted: Labor chief
If Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s choice for labor commissioner seemed out of sync with his other senior administrative posts – economic development the primary...
Supreme Court split decision on immigration
The Supreme Court upheld a key part of an Arizona law allowing for immigration status checks.
Outside the triangle?
As UConn’s new president publicly touts the school’s future, Stamford has yet to enter the conversation.