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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

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

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.

Comptroller issues pharmacy benefits RFP aimed at increasing transparency

Will Healey | Journal Inquirer |

The state comptroller’s office has issued a request for proposals for a new state pharmacy benefits agreement that aims to increase transparency and eliminate “hidden wealth...

Middletown foundation: Former CEO ‘misused funds’

Matt Pilon |

More than seven months after the sudden resignation of its longtime CEO Paul Gileno, the Middletown-based U.S. Pain Foundation has shed some light on the circumstances of his departure.

HHC shakes up Charlotte Hungerford urgent care offering

Matt Pilon |

Hartford HealthCare, which acquired Charlotte Hungerford just over a year ago, intends to move the Torrington hospital's urgent care walk-in services to a new facility less than mile away.

New guidelines inked for crumbling foundation relief

Joe Cooper |

After soliciting public feedback, the nonprofit insurer supporting homeowners with crumbling concrete foundations has expanded the guidelines for applicants seeking financial assistance.

Bradley Airport eyes new Jamaican, West Coast, other routes in 2019

Sean Teehan |

Bradley International Airport could add flights in 2019 connecting the Windsor Locks airfield to new locations in the south, West and Midwest coasts and Caribbean in 2019.

Back East brewery unveils can rebrand

Matt Pilon |

One of the earliest Connecticut breweries to can its craft beer has unveiled a new look.

NY CPA firms PKF, GKG combining

Gregory Seay |

A pair of New York accounting-advisory firms, one of which has a Wethersfield office, is merging, authorities say.

Fla. firm acquires downtown Hartford data center for $5.2M

Joe Cooper |

A Florida-based property management company says it has acquired a single-story data center at downtown Hartford's Bushnell Towers & Plaza for about $5.2 million.

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