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TheaterWorks wins $2.5M CT renovation grant

Patricia Daddona |

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...

Ex-Enfield official indicted for fraud

Gregory Seay |

The former head of Enfield's economic development agency is accused of embezzling more than $95,000 in federal funds, Enfield police and federal prosecutors say.

$302K Foundation grant aims to boost Hartford employment

Patricia Daddona |

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

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

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.

Warning of rolling blackouts puts natural gas in perspective

Carl Gustin |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other New England governors showed foresight in 2013 when they called for upgrading and modernizing natural gas infrastructure throughout the region, in part to complement...

A blueprint to turn around Hartford

Oz Griebel |

Over the last 20 years, we have invested billions of our federal and state tax dollars in Hartford and Connecticut's other urban centers.

Aer Lingus taps $4.5M state subsidy after direct flights miss revenue target

Matt Pilon |

During its first year flying to Dublin, Ireland out of Bradley International Airport, Aer Lingus missed its revenue goal, triggering a $4.5 million subsidy from the state, the Hartford Business...

Infill paces Greater Hartford's surging development projects

Gregory Seay |

Want a sure sign the real estate market in your neighborhood is healthy and ripe for expansion?

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...

Talent, prototyping needs lead Southington medical-parts maker to expand

Patricia Daddona |

Southington medical-parts maker Economy Spring has been in growth mode for more than two years, but since its parent company is in Illinois, managers initially looked both within and outside...

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