The city of Hartford has won a major ruling which clears the way for development to move forward on long-empty parcels surrounding Dunkin’ Donuts Park, home of the Hartford Yard Goats minor league baseball team.
Torrington Savings Bank has appointed Lesa Vanotti as the institution’s new president and COO, making her the 14th president in the bank’s 150-year history.
Multifamily developer Nicholas Falker, a principal at Cambridge Realty Partners, is proposing to build a 44-unit, 44,000-square-foot building on the current site of a parking lot at 104 Howe St.
Farmington-based The Metro Realty Group Ltd. is proposing a four-building mixed-use development in South Windsor adjacent to the town’s new Evergreen Walk lifestyle center.
Norwalk commercial real estate brokerage Choyce Peterson Inc. has hired Scott C. Peterson as vice president.
Democratic leaders of the Connecticut House of Representatives suggested Tuesday the governor reconsider tolling just big trucks, a concept the Democrat campaigned on during last year’s election but later discarded in favor of tolling all vehicles.
Most Federal Reserve officials feel that the three rate cuts they have made this year would be enough unless the economy weakened significantly.
A New Haven rabbi and landlord convicted of sexually abusing a teenage boy who attended a school the rabbi founded is facing sentencing.
Though it does not intend to issue common stock, Guilford Savings Bank plans to reorganize as a stock bank and has received approval from Connecticut’s banking commissioner to move forward.