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Cerminaro is Santander’s CT commercial chief

Gregory Seay |

Spain's Santander Bank S.A. has named Robert Cerminaro its regional banking executive for Connecticut.

Dillon Stadium overhaul experiencing 'unexpected surprises'

Joe Cooper |

While the Hartford Athletic is still expected to kick off its inaugural season in the Capital City in April, the overseers renovating Dillon Stadium are uncovering several infrastructure issues at...

40 municipalities to share $12.4M for sidewalk, bicycle lane upgrades

Joe Cooper |

Forty municipalities statewide will split $12.4 million in state funding for upgrades to sidewalks, bicycle lanes and other pathways connecting pedestrians to downtown centers, state officials...

Enfield sets $100K emergency bridge work

Gregory Seay |

The town of Enfield has allocated $100,000 for emergency repairs to its South River Street Bridge, two years ahead of a scheduled rebuild.

Hartford’s C4C lands $700K U.S. grant

Gregory Seay |

Hartford nonprofit Capital for Change won a $700,000 federal grant to continue financing acquisition, construction and upgrades for low-income housing in Connecticut’s three largest cities.

CT publishes new sexual harassment policy; 22% of state workers claim hostile work environment

Joe Cooper |

Legislative leaders on Friday published the state’s new sexual harassment policy, which aims to improve complaint procedures, enhance investigative responsibilities and create measures to...

Long-time Access Health CT director appointed as new CEO

MACKENZIE RIGG | CT MIRROR |

A long-time director at Access Health CT was named the new chief executive officer of the state's health insurance exchange on Thursday.

American Airlines closing premium lounge at Bradley Airport

Sean Teehan |

The Admirals Club will be giving its final salute at Bradley International Airport next month, when American Airlines plans to vacate the 2,500-square-foot lounge.

Malloy: CT to receive $22M for opioid response

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Friday the state will receive $22 million in federal funding to fight the opioid epidemic.

CT pumps $400K into Hartford's Parkville Market

Joe Cooper |

The state has contributed a $300,000 loan and $100,000 grant for the development of Hartford's Parkville Market, a 20,000-square-foot food and community hall that pledges to create about 150 jobs,...

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