In the April 17, 2017 edition

Greater Hartford restaurant scene becomes more creative, competitive

Fueled by social media sites like Instagram, where restaurants can showcase picture-perfect, mouth-watering dishes, and the...

Hartford reverses few property-assessment appeals

The city of Hartford has wrapped up its hearings of this year's property-assessment appeals, with only 148 properties receiving...

With new CEO, Payveris building on its digital-pay perch

Online-mobile payments vendor Payveris LLC recently received the last chunk of a $10 million investment that, while opening doors...

Tuller family preserves their 249-year-old farming legacy

Don Tuller, like the six generations before him, has had to adapt and be resilient farming the 265 acres in West Simsbury that...

CT company's 30-day road trip builds community, leadership

Entrepreneurs know that the key to business success is to understand the needs of their customers and deliver. However, finding...

Positive trends developing between public, private sectors

Despite Connecticut facing another year of difficult budgetary talks, there seems to be some positive developments on the...

Gender investment gap another challenge to tackle

Recently the internet has been flooded with news coverage about the bronze “Defiant Girl” statue placed in front of...

Qualidigm occupies its new Wethersfield HQ

Wethersfield healthcare consultant Qualidigm has relocated headquarters to a previously foreclosed office building in town it...

Q&A: Weighing New England's energy future

Q&A talks to Gordon van Welie, president and CEO of ISO New England Inc., which operates the six-state New England power system...

Eversource facility aims to predict storm severity, CT threats

The Eversource Energy Center at UConn — a weather, climate and energy research hub — has already helped electric...