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Stop & Shop workers end 11-day strike

Mark Espinosa, president of UFCW Local 919, called the supermarket chain a "monster employer."

Southern Tide to open first Connecticut retail store in Westport

The new Westport store at 275 Post Road East, along with four new Massachusetts locations, marks the company's first venture into the New England market.

Sens. Blumenthal and Murphy seek ban on New England offshore drilling

"New England depends on healthy, protected shorelines and the Trump Administration just put it all at risk," U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said.

White House makes Northeast Ocean Plan official

New endeavor shares oceanic data between federal, private sector and nonprofit entities.

New England commits to renewable energy

Governors to create and fund a regional energy strategy.

Conn., states reach oversight deal with electric grid operator

Connecticut and its fellow New England states would - for the first time - have a say in the annual budget of the entity that operates the region's electric grid under a May 13 settlement.

Report: Most businesses still optimistic about 2013

While business leaders in southwestern New England are still optimistic about what 2013 will bring, fewer of them are as optimistic as they were last year, according to a recent report.

Sandy could rival 1938 hurricane

Meteorologists warned Hurricane Sandy could be the most destructive since the Long Island Express of 1938.

Job index seesaws down

An index showed a marginal decrease in job postings online in Connecticut between August and September.

HealthBridge sues under RICO

HealthBridge Management L.L.C. sued two unions under federal racketeering law.

CBIA: Gov. to introduce energy plan

At a CBIA conference on Oct. 5, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to detail elements of an energy plan he is readying for Connecticut.

In People’s archipelago, no Ocean State

At a recent investor conference, People’s United Bank’s CEO addressed the question of why the company has not included Rhode Island in its recent expansion

Giving something back

Jim Calhoun’s summation of a game sums up how many of us would like to see our careers unfold.

Connecticut’s catch increases

Connecticut’s commercial fishing industry saw revenue increase 15 percent last year.

Weak response for ‘Farm-to-Chef’

Only a handful of Fairfield County restaurants signed on for “Farm-to-Chef Week” in Connecticut.