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BRANFORD - The chief economist for the National Association of Realtors told members of a housing trade group Thursday that despite some of the challenges Connecticut's economy is facing, he doesn't expect the state to fall into a recession either this year or next
Lawrence Yun told members of the New Haven-Middlesex Association of Realtors that employment growth in Connecticut is one percent lower than it…

Memorial Day weekend traditionally marks the beginning of the peak summer travel season as vacationers take to the skies in large numbers. And this year, according to new forecasts, those numbers are likely to be larger than ever before.
What's more, the crowded skies could be complicated this summer by safety and labor issues that weren't a factor in last year's peak season.

Store closings are hitting record highs. "What we're seeing right now is already bigger than anything we've seen over the last 20 years," the UBS analyst Jay Sole said in an interview, referring to the number of store closings that were announced in the first quarter of the year. "Retail is under a lot more pressure than people realize." More than 7,000 store closings have been announced in 2019. If the Trump administration adds 25% tariffs to all remaining imports from China, an…

MADISON - The town's Republican First Selectman Tom Banisch said Thursday he will seek another two-year term
Banisch, currently in his second term, said he is looking to "finish what we started four years ago." He announced his re-election campaign during a news conference outside Town Hall
"We've managed to keep the town's tax increases to a modest level," Banisch said. "New unfunded mandates continue to…

The state Senate voted 34-2 on Thursday for final passage of a bipartisan gun safety bill, a relatively modest change in Connecticut gun laws sought by two Guilford parents in memory of a 15-year-old son accidentally killed with a neighbor’s firearm. Michael and Kristin Song sat in the front row of the gallery, watching senators briskly debate a bill dubbed in honor of their late son…

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STAMFORD - JPMorgan Chase & Co., the country's largest bank by assets, has reportedly cut ties with Purdue Pharma, making it the latest major organization to distance itself from the OxyContin maker in response to hundreds of lawsuits alleging that the firm has fueled the opioid crisis with deceptive marketing of its pain drugs
The bank had handled cash and bill payments for Purdue, but it…

BRANFORD - Christyn Williams flashed her potential in her seventh collegiate game, pouring in 28 points in a victory over Notre Dame on the road. Then, somewhere around midseason, she struck the dreaded freshman wall
"I got overwhelmed," Williams admitted in February
Williams emerged from that rut, though, at an opportune time. The 5-foot-11 guard was one of UConn's most effective playmakers in the postseason, averaging…

NEW HAVEN - Commuter airline Southern Airways Express will begin seasonal weekend service from Tweed New Haven Regional Airport to Nantucket, Mass ., beginning June 14, the airline announced Thursday
It will be the first scheduled service between Tweed and Nantucket Memorial Airport since Provincetown-Boston Airlines flew the route in 1987, Southern Airways Express said in a release
Service will run from June 14 through Oct.…

City and state officials joined Randy Salvatore to cut the ribbon — and to enjoy the view from a tricked-out rooftop — on his latest completed project, an upscale development...

The Hill’s first edible rain garden will offer fresh produce for the neighborhood while also combatting surface runoff in a community effort to promote environmental restoration.

Peg Oliveira, PhD peg@gesellinstitute.org In my home state of Connecticut, parents and teachers are mobilizing to defend what they believe to be an essential right of childhood; play. Bills at the state level are pressing lawmakers to acknowledge recess as integral to the school day. Locally, parent advocates are educa

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A tornado caused heavy damage in Missouri's capital city as severe weather swept across the state overnight, causing at least three deaths and injuring nearly two dozen people as homes and businesses were ripped apart.

At least seven people are dead -- five in Missouri, one in Oklahoma and one in Iowa -- after severe weather hit the Plains this week.