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Median sales price for CT single-family homes hits historic peak

The median sale price for condos reached a 10-year high.

Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz encouraged by recovery efforts so far, ‘but you...

All things considered, Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz says she is pleased with how Connecticut’s public health and economic recovery efforts are going so far. Noting...

U.S. retail sales up by a record 17.7% in May

However, sales were down 6% from one year earlier.

New Rochelle takes transit-oriented development spotlight in Congress

New Rochelle’s Commissioner of Development Luiz Aragon went to Washington on Jan. 16 to speak before a congressional subcommittee about bipartisan legislation known as the...

Connecticut and New York top two surveys by moving companies for...

Idaho topped both surveys as the state with the highest level of inbound migration.

New York and Connecticut record declining populations

Forty states and the District of Columbia saw population increases.

State-required minimum wage in Westchester going up

The minimum wage required to be paid under New York state law by businesses in Westchester goes up to $13 per hour as planned...

Connecticut is sole state to record 2018 poverty rate increase

Despite the uptick, Connecticut’s poverty rate was lower than the 13.1 percent national average.

CT loses population; highest household incomes are in Fairfield County

The state had 3,572,665 residents between July 1, 2017, and July 2018, representing a loss of 1,215 residents.

Westchester, Hudson Valley see slight population growth

Annual population estimate reports from the U.S. Census Bureau have followed a pattern since the 2010 official Census: people are leaving the majority of counties upstate, but still coming to the New York City metro region.

Fairfield County leads state in population growth

The data show that the county added 730 residents for the period, a 0.1 percent increase to total 949,921.

Connecticut housing permits up a bit in January

Complexes with five or more units accounted for most of the month's activity.

Stamford-based Cenveo Inc. awarded 2020 Census contract

The two-year, $61 million contract covers 1.6 billion pieces, including letters, envelopes, inserts, questionnaires and postcards.

Conn. women-owned businesses slightly down in 2017

Connecticut’s women-owned businesses have lost some ground over the past year, but have increased significantly over the past 20 years, according to a new report.

Conn. has second-highest median household income: Census

The Nutmeg State is second only to New Hampshire.