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Bypassing feds on casino: State bill would stipulate changes made to compact don't need approval

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

State legislators from the area are among the co-sponsors of a bipartisan bill to bypass the federal government's role in approving changes to tribal compacts required to open a casino in East...

Regulator trims Eversource gas-rate request

Matt Pilon |

The state's utilities overseer has given final approval to a three-year, $30.2 million rate increase for Eversource Energy's gas customers.

Qualidigm to wrap Maine merger early

Matt Pilon |

Wethersfield-based healthcare quality improvement consultancy Qualidigm said it will conclude a planned merger with a similar organization based in Maine seven months ahead of schedule.

Dems tap Lt. Gov. Wyman party chair


Gov.-elect Ned Lamont and Democratic State Chairman Nick Balletto introduced Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman on Thursday as Balletto's successor, bringing an upbeat conclusion to a drama that threatened to...

Email scammer gets 45 months in prison

Gregory Seay |

A Nigerian national who cheated U.S. firms, including two in Connecticut, out of $1.6 million in an email scam will spend nearly four years in federal prison, prosecutors say.

Avon Place apts. sold at $24M

Gregory Seay |

The 164-unit Avon Place Apartments have been sold for $24 million, brokers say.

These are Hartford's top 10 Uber requests in 2018

Joe Cooper |

Trips to retail stores, restaurants and local colleges dominated Hartford's list of top 10 Uber destinations in 2018, according to the online transportation network.

Feds: Hartford county leads CT in 2015 economic growth

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford region's economy led Connecticut in growth in 2015 after shrinking during the two years prior, according to federal officials.

Former Hartford nonprofit head pleads guilty to embezzlement

Joe Cooper |

The former president of a Hartford nonprofit pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing federal funds meant to benefit low-income people with health challenges, prosecutors say.

Shingles vaccine scarce in CT shortage to continue


A new vaccine to protect against a painful disease known as shingles is a victim of its own success and nearly impossible to find in Connecticut and many parts of the United States.

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