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  • 'The Train Campaign' Heads To The Northwest Corner

    Restoring passenger train service from Grand Central Terminal to the Berkshires would offer northwestern Connecticut a potential economic bonanza, according to the railroad company that's trying to build support for the idea. Skeptics dismiss the...
  • High Ideals and Partisan Politics Mix In Amendment Issue

    High Ideals and Partisan Politics Mix In Amendment Issue
    HARTFORD — When Connecticut voters get ready to cast their ballots this November, they will be asked to decide an issue that combines high-minded ideals with down-and-dirty political calculation. At stake is a proposed amendment to the state...
  • McKinney Stumps At Greenwich Senior Center

    McKinney Stumps At Greenwich Senior Center
    GREENWICH — Senate Republican leader John McKinney had no idea that Thursday would be among the worst traffic days in Greenwich in recent years. Traffic is often bad in lower Fairfield County, but a tragic accident that killed a Connecticut Army...
  • Marcum Announces Top 40 Tech Companies In Connecticut

    The fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut have been named in the Marcum Tech Top 40, announced Thursday by the Connecticut Technology Council and Marcum LLP. The best 40 companies have been named in six different technology categories:...
  • New Owners Of Fuel Cell Firm Hiring Workers, Naming South Windsor Its Headquarters

    The South Korean company that bought fuel cell operations from the bankrupt ClearEdge Power said it plans to make South Windsor its headquarters and hire more than a hundred workers by the end of next year. Doosan Corporation, the Asian industrial...
  • Somers Campaigns As Outsider In Lieutenant Governor Race

    Somers Campaigns As Outsider In Lieutenant Governor Race
    Uttered at every campaign stop and imprinted on all of her volunteers' T-shirts is a word that Republican lieutenant governor candidate Heather Somers has used to define her campaign. Outsider. The former Groton mayor is heading to a primary Tuesday...
  • Democratic Incumbents Facing Primary Challenges

    HARTFORD – Political incumbents are traditionally well-loved in their hometowns, but sometimes that is not the case for all. Next week, eight Democratic incumbents in the state legislature are facing challenges for their seats in the August 12...
  • MannKind agrees to license its inhaled-insulin drug Afrezza to Sanofi

    MannKind agrees to license its inhaled-insulin drug Afrezza to Sanofi
    Less than two months after receiving approval for an inhalable form of insulin, MannKind Corp. agreed to license the drug to Paris-based Sanofi in a deal that could provide the Valencia company with $925 million. Sanofi will initially pay MannKind $150...
  • Facing Higher Metro-North Costs, State Officials Open Fight

    With Connecticut facing the prospect of sharply higher costs for Metro-North service, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Thursday both publicly proclaimed that fare increases wouldn't be justified. But the railroad said fares for...
  • Defense Manufacturer To Move Out Of Connecticut

    Smiths Detection, a major defense manufacturer, will move its Danbury operations to Edgewood, Md., its U.S. headquarters, in February 2015, a company spokeswoman said Friday. The company employs 130 people in Danbury and will provide outplacement and...
  • Apple Camp Is Pretty Darn Cool

    Apple Camp Is Pretty Darn Cool
    Our youngest son loves video games....and it drives me crazy. He's an active, imaginative, smart, well-rounded kid.  We have limits.  Maybe it shouldn't bother me. But, it does. At any rate, while choosing summer activities, I racked my brain,...
  • City Officials Get Stadium Perk — A Skybox

    City Officials Get Stadium Perk — A Skybox
    It's the luxury box. That's why Hartford city officials want to put taxpayers on the hook for $60 million to build a minor league baseball stadium. The proposed contract between the city and the Rock Cats, owned by Boston real estate developers,...