Full-ride nuclear scholarships available

Three Rivers Community College and Millstone Station again are offering 16 full scholarships for the school's nuclear engineering technology degree program.

East Hartford developer slams tribes’ selection of third-casino sites

A developer who touted an East Hartford site for a third Connecticut casino — one of three eliminated from consideration last week — was critical Tuesday of the tribal partnership that narrowed the field.

Groton planner to speak at GBA meeting

Jonathan Reiner, Town of Groton director of planning and development services, will be the key speaker when the Groton Business Association holds its first general meeting of the year from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Jan. 19 at Cardinal Honda.




Murphy vows to give Trump some leeway

U.S. Sen Chris Murphy said Monday he finds it "outrageous" that President-elect Donald Trump has nominated a climate-change denier to head the federal Environmental Protection Agency and wondered aloud about why someone who regularly flouted labor...

Business in Brief -- Jan. 8

Business Briefs

Team transforming Westerly theater into arts 'epicenter'

The newly named Ocean Community United Theatre at 5 Canal St. was acquired in 2006 by the Westerly Land Trust as part of its urban initiative and is now the centerpiece of the estimated $15 million arts and education center.


Ford to bring back Ranger, Bronco to US market

Ford Motor is bringing back the Ranger small pickup and Bronco SUV to the U.S. market

Drugmakers question the future of drug prices under Trump

No drug company wants to find itself catapulted into the national spotlight on the wrong end of President-elect Trump's tweets.