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Hartford joins Innovation Ecosystem venture

Gregory Seay |

Hartford has signed on to a national program that supports insurance-technology startups.

Univ. of St. Joseph to launch blockchain certificate programs

Joe Cooper |

University of St. Joseph (USJ) says it's collaborating with a New Haven nonprofit to launch Greater Hartford's first certification programs to prepare students for careers in blockchain technologies.

Study: Greater Hartford healthcare prices on par with national average

Matt Pilon |

The Northeast is known as a high-cost healthcare region, so it may surprise some to learn that Hartford metro area healthcare prices are exactly on par with the national average.

New Farmington coder school aims to build Greater Hartford's future tech workforce

Sean Teehan |

A new Farmington coder school is trying to bolster Greater Hartford's future tech workforce.

'Hartford Encounters' tours give newbies, employers a glimpse into downtown

Gregory Seay |

For a few hours on a recent brisk, October day, downtown Hartford was the star attraction for about a dozen corporate staffers and professionals, some of them newcomers to the region.

CT Historical Society CEO Blankenship resigns

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Historical Society (CHS) on Wednesday announced its CEO Jody Blankenship has resigned to take a similar position in Indiana.

University of St. Joseph builds men's athletics program to diversify, boost enrollment

Joe Cooper |

The University of St. Joseph is building a men's athletics program to diversify and boost its sagging enrollment. So far, it's working.

200 students to attend pro-manufacturing event

Joe Cooper |

State and manufacturing officials will educate more than 200 middle school students Wednesday on the opportunities in manufacturing.

Republican candidate Stefanowski makes big bet on massive tax cut

Matt Pilon |

Republican candidate Bob Stefanowski is making a big bet on massive tax cuts.

USJ program aims to graduate more low-income STEM students

Matt Pilon |

For years, educators and researchers have studied why low-income, minority and female students are underrepresented in college majors and jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.

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