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Cromwell Kmart, Enfield Sears Among 150 Stores Closing NationwideSears Holdings has announced the closure of 150 Kmart and Sears stores this spring, including two locations in Connecticut.
Local Expert With Tips On New Year's Finances One local financial expert says consumers should strive to save more of their money as we flip the calendar to 2017.
Scientists Admits Giving China Sensitive UTC DocumentsThe Chinese citizen and permanent U.S. resident worked for company until 2014
Webster Bank President to Lead Business Group's BoardConnecticut's largest business organization has chosen the president of Webster Bank to lead its board of directors.
Donors Buy Hartford's Winterfest Another YearA Crowdfunding campaign for Hartford's Winterfest has resulted in $221,000 in donations as of last week.
Travelers Says Property-Related Claims Spike On HalloweenOn Halloween, homeowners have more to worry about than running out of candy for trick-or-treaters.
South Windsor, East Windsor File Proposals To Host Connecticut CasinoEast Windsor and South Windsor have reportedly joined the competition to host Connecticut's third casino, after a tribal gaming company solicited a new round of site proposals in September.
RBS Settles With Connecticut For $120 Million Over Mortgage-Back SecuritiesThe State of Connecticut and RBS Securities Inc. have reportedly reached a record $120 million settlement over the company’s underwriting of residential mortgage-back securities prior to the 2008 Great Recession.
GOP Lawmakers Call For Special Session ExpansionThe session was called for legislative approval of a tentative agreement that would keep Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky headquarters in Connecticut, and state Republicans are asking for an expansion of issues covered.
West Hartford Number 15 On 'Best Places To Live' ListWest Hartford, Connecticut has been ranked 15th on Money Magazine's list of the "best places to live." Hamden and Greenwich also made the list's top 50 locations.
Connecticut Pares Some Insurance Rate Hikes, Rejects OthersThe Connecticut Department of Insurance has released its rulings on rate requests filed by a dozen health insurers and some still include double-digit increases for consumers.
Report: Bankruptcy For Hartford Considered A Final OptionIs the City of Hartford heading for a bankruptcy filing? Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin said he is doing everything in his power to avoid it.

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