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Doosan bows $36M Korean production facility

Matt Pilon |

South Korean-based Doosan Corp., which has a fuel cell division in South Windsor, said this week that it completed construction on its home country's largest fuel-cell production factory.

In annual tradition, Malloy suspends Memorial Day construction

Matt Pilon |

Worry not, Memorial Day travelers.

CT climbs in clean technology ranking

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut has improved by two spots, to sixth place, in an annual index of clean energy and technology activity.

In merger aftermath, Cigna stock giveaway aims to reward employees

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield-based Cigna is giving a stock award and two new benefits to workers to reinforce employee commitment to the company following the disruptive environment created by the insurer's now-failed...

Bristol Hospital offers glimpse of proposed ambulatory center

Matt Pilon |

A centrally located plot of land in downtown Bristol that has been vacant since a former mall was demolished there nearly a decade ago could look much different by 2019.

New Mark Twain House director Roos starts July 5

Patricia Daddona |

The Mark Twain House and Museum has hired former longtime Newport Restoration Foundation Executive Director Pieter Roos as its next executive director, effective July 5.

Greater Hartford cities losing population

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford and surrounding towns lost population in 2016, according to estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau, while some southwestern and western Connecticut cities gained more...

CT tourist attractions plan free admissions to draw visitors

Patricia Daddona |

Fifty tourist attractions in Greater Hartford and 200 more across Connecticut plan to open their doors June 10 to tourists and visitors with either free admission or special offers.

Bristol mobile app aimed at tourists, new businesses

Patricia Daddona |

The Bristol Development Authority (BDA) has launched an app to allow quicker mobile access to the town's website, “Bristol All Heart,” with the added aim of attracting more tourists and...

CT housing permits slid in April

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's leading indicator for new housing demand eased in April, as fewer building permits were issued, the state says.

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