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  • Connecticut Lawmakers Move to Limit Town Code Setting Authority

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  • Smaller Trades Dominate

    ALTHOUGH ECONOMIC conditions are improving in Connecticut's Fairfield and New Haven counties, the turnaround has yielded only modest changes in apartment fundamentals so far this year.

  • In Coastal New England, Home Sales Rebound as Prices Slide

  • Kroon Hall

    Kroon Hall, the new School of Forestry and & Environmental Studies at Yale sets a new and modern standard for sustainability on campus.

  • One-on-One with John Tremaine

    With a family history in lighting that stretches across five generations, John Tremaine is both a steward of the past and a navigator of the future.

  • CHFA Tops in Green QAPs

    THE CONNECTICUT HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY (CHFA) has the greenest low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program in the country, according to an analysis by Global Green USA.

  • Connecticut Tops in Green QAPs

    The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) has the greenest low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program in the country, according to an analysis by Global Green USA.

  • The Skylight Series

    Velux promotes daylighting through a number of sponsored studios

  • Grandfamilies Helped in Hartford

    HARTFORD, CONN. - The old St. Michael’s School here is swarming with children, from toddlers to teens.