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CT approves $8.5M for transit-oriented development projects

Joe Cooper |

Projects in Hartford and West Hartford are among five municipalities that share in an $8.5 million grant to accelerate transit-oriented development, the governor announced.

CT transport fraudster gets yr. in prison

Gregory Seay |

A Meriden truck-transport broker will spend a year and a day in federal prison for defrauding more than $600,000 from Connecticut manufacturers who relied on his shipping services, prosecutors say.

Hartford Rail Line steams ahead Saturday

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's first new train service in 20 years is on track for its grand opening Saturday.

Ex-DOT worker pays $3K ethics fine

Gregory Seay |

A former state Department of Transportation supervisor paid a $3,000 ethics fine for breaching the state's “revolving door'' rule, authorities say.

Calif. bikeshare vendor pedals into Hartford

Gregory Seay |

A Silicon Valley bikeshare vendor has chosen Hartford for a pilot, city officials say.

Already deep in debt, Connecticut struggles with extremes of wealth and income

Keith M. Phaneuf | CT MIRROR |

Even within a nation racing dangerously toward unprecedented levels of income and wealth inequality, Connecticut stands apart.

CT Tech Council pushes policy agenda

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Technology Council wants gubernatorial candidates to keep the needs of the state's approximately 6,000 tech companies front-of-mind this summer.

Hartford pupils get lessons in financial literacy

Gregory Seay |

With budget worksheets in hand, Emeli Bueno and Yashoda Mohan, seniors at Hartford's Bulkeley High School, realized expenses were quickly eating up their make-believe salaries.

With new budget in place, Malloy cancels rail, bus fare hikes

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration has canceled planned rail and bus fare hikes now that legislators have adopted a new budget with added resources for the Special Transportation Fund.

Almost half of US families can't afford basics like rent and food

CNNMONEY |

The economy may be chugging along, but many Americans are still struggling to afford a basic middle class life.Nearly 51 million households don't earn...

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