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Hartford Yard Goats, Colorado Rockies extend affiliation deal through 2020

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford Yard Goats Baseball Club and the Colorado Rockies agreed Tuesday to extend their affiliation for another two years, keeping them together through the 2020 season.

Fewer Hartford area homeowners late paying mortgages in Sept.

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer homeowners were delinquent in paying their mortgages in September and the foreclosure rate was lower, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.

Hartford councilors agree to seek state oversight

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford City Council has authorized its president and Mayor Luke Bronin to apply for assistance through the state's new Municipal Accountability Review Board.

Eversource threatens suit over pipeline claims

Matt Pilon |

Regional energy giant Eversource has sent a cease-and-desist letter to the Environmental Defense Fund, alleging that the nonprofit's statements about its natural gas supply practices are false and...

Survey: Cyber hacking a costly expense for many businesses

Patricia Daddona |

Twenty-nine percent of U.S. businesses experienced a data breach last year, and eight in 10 spent at least $5,000 to respond, according to the latest survey from The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection...

OCC: Electric supplier customers saw higher price spread in Sept.

Patricia Daddona |

Customers who use a third party electricity supplier paid more in September than they would have if they had contracted with the state's major utilities, according to the latest state report.

Bronin: Hartford must apply for state oversight

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin is expected to ask the city council tonight for permission to work to apply for assistance through the state's new Municipal Accountability Review Board.

Report: CT Oct. house sales, prices rise

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homes sales and prices rose to post their best October showing in a decade, a fresh survey says.

CT incentivizes tax scofflaws to pay up

Patricia Daddona |

State officials are launching a new voluntary compliance program that incentivizes delinquent taxpayers to report and pay back taxes with the goal of returning as much as $85 million to state coffers.

Opioid treatment provider to pay $884K to settle Medicaid claims allegations

Patricia Daddona |

A Connecticut opioid treatment provider and its chief executive have reached an $883,859 settlement with the state of Connecticut and the federal government to resolve allegations that the company...

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