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Travelers, CT tech company test safety benefits of wearable devices

Joe Cooper |

Property and casualty insurer The Travelers Cos. says it's teaming with a Norwalk technology firm and a Providence building contractor to explore the safety benefits of wearable devices.

UConn trustees to review financing $45M hockey arena

Joe Cooper |

UConn's board of trustees could vote Wednesday on a financing plan to build a $45 million, 2,500-seat hockey arena at its Storrs campus.

CT’s Sept. homebuilding permits drop

Gregory Seay |

New-housing demand in Connecticut plummeted in September, with surveyed municipalities issuing fewer home-building permits than were granted the same month a year ago.

Voters to decide if state should create ‘legal lockbox’ for transportation costs


When Connecticut voters head to the polls Nov. 6 they will decide the fate of two proposed amendments to the state Constitution.

Rail station, hotel, housing fill Newington’s bucket list

Gregory Seay |

Newington, whose Berlin Turnpike corridor is popular with shoppers and diners, is the scene of several proposed development projects that could one day raise its destination profile even more.

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Pulito rides out recessions to lead, grow SLAM Collaborative

Sean Teehan |

After riding out the Great Recession, SLAM Collaborative President Robert Pulito has grown the Glastonbury architecture firm's national footprint.

USJ program aims to graduate more low-income STEM students

Matt Pilon |

For years, educators and researchers have studied why low-income, minority and female students are underrepresented in college majors and jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.

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