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  • READER SUBMITTED: USDA Grant Funds Bio-Energy Research Community Economic Development In CT

    Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. (CCAT), a non-profit economic development organization based in East Hartford, was awarded a Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) to work on Phase II of a project that will determine the feasibility of implementing an alternative fuels facility in rural north-central Connecticut. USDA Rural Development provided $53,000 for CCAT under the Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) program for the second phase of the feasibility study in fiscal year 2014.
  • Opening The Export Door To Connecticut Firms

    Cooper Atkins of Middlefield was recently presented with President Obama's "E" Award for Exports by U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker. The 129-year-old company produces high-tech time, temperature and humidity instruments for the food and health care...

    How To Build A Jet Engine? Press 'Print' Button

    EAST HARTFORD — For decades, aerospace manufacturers like Pratt & Whitney have fabricated engine parts by tooling, lathing, milling and forging. Now, they're printing. Unlike that laser printer in your office, there is no toner, no paper and...

    John Larson Wins Sixth Term In Congress

    As he easily gained a sixth term Tuesday, U.S. Rep. John B. Larson said he might seek a higher leadership position in Congress. If U.S. Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill., gets a job in a Barack Obama administration, as has been rumored, Larson, vice chairman...

    Ratepayers Help Buy Fairfield County Generators

    The granting of nearly $11 million in utility customers' money to a group of Fairfield County towns and groups to help them build their own power generators has come under fire as spending on the rich that won't help the state as a whole. The program &#...