Former Vernon textile factory set to start renting apartments

For Vernon's Main Street residents who witnessed the slow decline of the former Talcott Brothers Mill, its path to a new purpose has at times seemed like a lifetime in the making.

Malloy, unions agree on sending tentative concessions to a vote

A tentative concessions framework between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and state employee unions took a step forward Monday with the news that all bargaining units have agreed to submit the proposed concessions to vote by...

Stag shifts some pension liabilities to Pru

The Hartford said Monday it is transferring more than a quarter of its $5.6 billion in U.S. qualified pension plan liabilities to Prudential Financial Inc., affecting about 16,000 of The Stag's eligible retirees.

CT awards $15.1M to 50 nonprofits

Fourteen nonprofits in 10 Hartford area cities and towns are among 50 statewide sharing in $15.1 million in awards through the state's nonprofit grant program, officials say.

Star-studded Travelers tourney raises $1.6M for charity

As Jordan Spieth clinched Hartford's Travelers Championship with a stellar sand shot Sunday, tourney organizers tallied up $1.6 million generated for charity.

HBJ wins national journalism awards

The Hartford Business Journal's editorial staff has won two Editorial Excellence awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers, an industry association that represents 65 business publications from around the country.

Greater Hartford Health's summer issue

Check out the second issue of our new healthcare magazine.

Senate GOP health bill would slash Medicaid. Here's how.

Republicans have wanted to repeal Obamacare for years -- but they've wanted to overhaul Medicaid for far longer.

A tax reform blueprint for Connecticut

These days, it may seem like Connecticut is the land of unsteady habits. As Gov. Malloy says, sometimes it just feels like we always see the glass half empty.

Budget inaction bigger threat than Fla. Gov’s overtures

Florida Gov. Rick Scott's visit to Connecticut last week was as much a political stunt as it was an attempt to recruit companies to move to the Sunshine State.