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IRS affirms relief for CT crumbling-foundation victims

Gregory Seay |

Some Connecticut homeowners plagued by crumbling foundations remain eligible for tax relief despite recent federal tax reform, two Connecticut congressmen say.

CT Airport Authority eyeing private operator for three airports to cut costs

John Stearns |

The Connecticut Airport Authority is considering outsourcing operations of three of its five general aviation airports in an attempt to save money and narrow multimillion-dollar losses on the...

Atlanta construction distributor to buy W. Htfd. supplier for $380M

Patricia Daddona |

Atlanta contracting distributor HD Supply Holdings Inc. said Wednesday it plans to purchase West Hartford's A.H. Harris Construction Supplies for $380 million.

Out-of-state partnership chosen to redevelop Hartford waste facility

Matt Pilon |

State energy officials have selected a $229 million proposal from two major construction firms to redevelop Hartford’s trash-to-energy plant, which processes about one-third of...

Cass looks to maintain American Nuclear Insurers' expertise pipeline

John Stearns |

If there ever were a catastrophic accident at one of the country's 99 commercial nuclear reactors, a small office in Glastonbury would handle the significant insurance claims likely to follow.

Trinity's Hartford campus home nearly ready

Gregory Seay |

The new downtown Hartford campus home of Trinity College in Constitution Plaza just about has the final pieces in place and is ready for occupancy.

UConn's top designer Cruickshank cleared big projects from her '17 to-do list

Gregory Seay |

Laura Cruickshank, UConn's chief architect-master planner, got to check off this year several major buildings on her project to-do list.

Hartford Travel Center set for spring debut

Gregory Seay |

Construction continues on a refueling-rest stop along I-91 in Hartford's North Meadows, with opening now set for next spring, the owner says.

Bidders, vision emerge for development around Dunkin' Donuts Park

Gregory Seay |

The New York landlord of downtown Hartford's Stilts Building and 100 Pearl Street office skyscrapers wants to reinvigorate “desert” acreage around Dunkin' Donuts Park into a viable...

Former Dunkin' Donuts Park developers to appeal case against Yard Goats

Patricia Daddona |

The former developers of Dunkin' Donuts Park are appealing a court ruling that found the Hartford Yard Goats did not "meddle" in relations with the Capital City over ballpark construction changes and...

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