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Makeover set for ex-Hartford church assets

Gregory Seay |

A New Jersey landlord plans to convert several former Hartford church properties into an estimated 100 apartments.

Lamont taps top biz execs to reshape CT's economic-development strategy

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Ned Lamont on Friday nominated a former Goldman Sachs executive to oversee Connecticut's economic-development efforts.

Bridgeport delegation pitches open-bidding for new casino

Joe Cooper |

State lawmakers from Bridgeport are pushing a bipartisan bill that would establish a gaming commission to oversee the bidding process for a third casino in the state.

Meet the five candidates registered for Hartford's mayoral race

Joe Cooper |

The race to become Hartford's 67th mayor is heating up, with at least four candidates slated to square off against incumbent Luke Bronin.

DoNo developer Salvatore debuts New Haven hotel

Joe Cooper |

The developer selected to redevelop Hartford's Downtown North (DoNo) quadrant surrounding Dunkin' Donuts Park has opened a new 108-room luxury hotel in New Haven.

Business execs help Lamont in UConn president interview

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT Mirror |

Gov. Ned Lamont convened Monday what could be the last step before trustees formally select the next president of the University of Connecticut: An opportunity for the leading candidate to talk...

DECD's Smith steps down Friday

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut will be getting a new head of economic development, as Commissioner Catherine Smith told constituents Friday would be her last day leading the state Department of Economic and Community...

Concepción named head of revived Hartford Chamber of Commerce

Joe Cooper |

State Rep. Julio A. Concepción (D-Hartford) has been named the new executive director of the newly revived Hartford Chamber of Commerce.

Economic priorities for Congress in the New Year

James T. Brett |

As the 116th Congress commences this month, it does so with a daunting to-do list.

H. Scott Phelps | former President, Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau

Will H. Scott Phelps' retirement stick this time? Phelps, who came out of retirement in 2014 to lead the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau (CTCSB) as president, retired again on Dec. 31.

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