State to shutter two Greater Hartford nursing homes

Nursing homes in Hartford and Enfield that have been under state receivership since June will close as early as January, according to legal filings.

Hartford area's Oct. home sales, prices rose

Hartford home sales and prices rose in October, Realtors say.

Italian consul office debuts in Hartford

Italy's U.S. ambassador was in downtown Hartford Tuesday to open the European nation's honorary consul office there.

Southington lighting showroom to move, double in size

Connecticut Lighting Centers is relocating its Southington store in December to 50 Graham Place from 235 Queen St. and doubling the size of its showroom there.

CT woman gets probation in debt-fraud scam

A Wethersfield woman must spend the first four months of her four-year probation sentence confined to her home for her role in a debt-elimination fraud scheme, authorities say.

Middletown insurance broker acquired by NYC firm

Middletown broker KGS Insurance Services has been acquired by a New York City-based firm for an undisclosed sum.

Mohegan tribe's 4Q profits up 25%

The tribal operator of Mohegan Sun said its fourth quarter profits climbed 25 percent from higher gaming and non-gaming revenues.

Goldman Sachs: Unemployment will drop to lowest since 1969

America's unemployment rate has plummeted from 10% during the Great Recession to 4.1% today. Goldman Sachs thinks it's not done falling.

Hartford solicits bidders for development around Dunkin' Donuts Park

Hartford officially issued its request for proposals (RFP) Monday seeking bidders to develop 32 city-owned properties totaling 13 acres around Dunkin' Donuts Park.

CT awards $13.6M to revitalize brownfield projects

Seven Hartford area blighted properties are among those in 14 cities and towns that will receive a total of $13.6 million in state funding for redevelopment, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Monday.