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First lawsuit in Connecticut filed against opioid-makers

A number of Fairfield County municipalities could soon file their own, similar lawsuits.

Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi weighs joining national suit against opioid...

"Connecticut has to get a lot more serious" about approaching the opioid abuse epidemic, Rudy Marconi said.

Norwalk, Brookfield, Shelton receive state grants for brownfields remediation

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

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.

CT Sinus Center opening in Shelton

The new office will be open on Thursdays; additional hours will be added as its patient base grows.

Danbury, Stamford juvenile courts among closings due to budget cuts

Cases at the Danbury Juvenile Court will be transferred to Bridgeport and Waterbury, while such cases at the Stamford Juvenile Court will be moved to Bridgeport.

Webster Bank fast-tracks loans for small businesses

The bank says it's cut the average wait time for approval from about 60 days to an average of 15 days – and sometimes 24 hours – for loans of $100,000 or less.

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.

Greenwich man to lead Webster Private

Webster Financial Corp. hired a BNY Mellon and Goldman Sachs veteran to lead its private banking operations.

HCC opens manufacturing center

Housatonic Community College is showing off its new advanced manufacturing studies program in Bridgeport.

Poll: Murphy, McMahon in ‘dead heat’

U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy held a four-point lead over Linda McMahon in a new poll, which UConn pollsters termed “a dead heat.”

Post business school adopts Baldrige name

Post University is naming its business school after Malcolm Baldrige, secretary of commerce under Pres. Ronald Reagan.

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.

Webster earnings rise

Webster Bank earnings up as commercial loans combined with commercial real estate loans generated by the bank grew 9 percent from a year ago.

State sues Stamford dental practice

Attorney General George Jepsen sued a Stamford dentist in the wake of his arrest last month.