Voters Cast Ballots In Hartford
RI Senate Fast-Tracks Measure For Schilling Litigation Legislation designed to encourage out-of-court settlements in the litigation surrounding the collapse of Curt Schilling's video game company won easy approval Tuesday in the Rhode Island Senate.
Restaurateur Who Got $150K In State Aid Was $730K In Debt The businessman who got $150,000 in state aid to open a now-closed burrito shop in Mystic got the money even though he faced almost $730,000 in debt.
State Grant Money To Newtown In Aftermath of Sandy Hook Shootings
UConn Names V-P For Economic DevelopmentA university administrator from Iowa has been selected as the University of Connecticut's first vice president of economic development.
UConn Looking For Economic Development Expert University of Connecticut officials have started reviewing applications for the new position of vice president for economic development.
Wanted: New UConn Economic Expert The University of Connecticut is searching for a new senior executive to lead its economic development efforts.