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Meriden aquaponics firm, CREC to provide classroom training

Meriden aquaponics technology firm Trifecta Ecosystems Inc. is partnering with the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) to introduce the field of aquaponics to students in Connecticut schools.

In CT Senate, a partisan edge to fighting workplace harassment


Connecticut Senate Democrats aligned themselves Tuesday with the burgeoning Me Too and Time's Up movements by proposing a sweeping election-year bill that they say would be “the largest...

TheaterWorks wins $2.5M CT renovation grant

TheaterWorks said Tuesday it has received a $2.5 million urban act grant as a grant-in-aid from the Connecticut Bond Commission to assist with renovations to its home at City Arts on Pearl in...

Sherry is Cigna's CT market chief

Bloomfield health insurer Cigna has named Wendy Sherry as market president for its commercial health care and related benefits plans in Connecticut.

Operation Fuel names new executive director

Bloomfield resident Brenda Watson has been named executive director of Operation Fuel.

$302K Foundation grant aims to boost Hartford employment

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has awarded a three-year, $302,000 grant to the Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (SINA) to curb unemployment in Hartford's South End.

Linda McMahon in Washington, re-imagining the SBA


Linda McMahon, the highest-ranking member of the Trump administration from Connecticut, has had a trial-by-fire first year as head of the Small Business Administration.

How manufacturers are faring under Trump, globally

Jeff White |

“Has US Manufacturing Been Unleashed?” That headline stopped me in my tracks when I glanced through the Industry Week email I received earlier this month. For anyone who reads trade...

CT mfg. vet Paul Murphy to head ACM

Gregory Seay |

Veteran Connecticut manufacturing executive Paul M. Murphy is the new executive director of the Aerospace Components Manufacturers (ACM), effective March 19.

CT OKs $10M for Dillon, Colt upgrades

Gregory Seay |

The State Bond Commission Friday approved $10 million for renovating Hartford's aged Dillon Stadium to eventually attract a pro soccer team to the city.

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