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DECD Announces Funding to Enhance Cultural and Historic Sites in the State
DECD announced today it will provide $3,051,971 in grants to 12 nonprofit organizations through the Good to Great grant program.
Governor Malloy Announces $3.5 Million in Funding to Remediate and Revitalize 59 Acres of Land in Eight Municipalities
$3.6 million in state funding is being awarded to eleven projects in eight Connecticut municipalities to assess, remediate and revitalize blighted properties in their communities.
Gov. Malloy Announces Two High-Tech Training Firms Establishing Programs in Connecticut To Provide Residents With Skills Needed To Fill In-Demand Jobs
Boot Camps in Hartford and Stamford to Begin in Early 2019
Governor Malloy: Indeed's Expansion in Connecticut Continues as the Company Plans to Hire an Additional 500 Workers.
HR Tech Company Expected to Grow its Local Workforce to 1,700 Employees
Governor Malloy: State Seeks Proposals for Mobile Manufacturing Training Labs
Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced today that the Department Economic and Community Development (DECD), in collaboration with the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund (MIF) Advisory Board has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to create a mobile manufacturing training lab program for the State of Connecticut.
- 9/26/2018 Governor Malloy Announces Opportunities To Remediate And Revitalize Brownfields In Connecticut
Governor Malloy, State and Local Officials Break Ground on the Future Site of Hartford's Parkville Market
Food Hall, Shopping Mall, and Community Hub in the Historic Parkville Neighborhood Expected to Open in April 2019
- 9/13/2018 Governor Malloy Announces Aer Lingus Commits to Bradley International Airport For At Least Four More Years
- 9/13/2018 Governor Malloy Announces Gartner To Expand Headquarters And Add 400 New Jobs in Connecticut
Gov. Malloy Announces $61.5 Million to Support Affordable Housing Development in Diverse Communities
Governor Dannel P. Malloy, Department of Housing (DOH) Commissioner Evonne M. Klein, and Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) Executive Director Karl Kilduff today announced that the State of Connecticut will award more than $61.5 million in grants and loans to help create, rehabilitate, or expand 24 housing developments in 20 towns and cities across the state. The investments will create or rehabilitate 978 homes.
Gov. Malloy Appoints Doug Dalena as General Counsel
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that he is appointing Doug Dalena to serve as General Counsel in the Office of the Governor. Dalena currently works in the office as Deputy General Counsel. He joined the Office of the Governor in 2015.
Governor Malloy Announces Jackson Laboratory Exceeds Job Creation Goal in Connecticut, Workforce Anticipated to Nearly Double in the Coming Years.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that because The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) has exceeded its initial employment goals years ahead of schedule, the state has forgiven $165.9 million in loans used to construct their state-of-the art 185,000 square foot building on the campus of UConn Health.
Gov. Malloy: KPMG to Add 110 New Jobs in Stamford
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, plans to add 110 jobs over the next five years in a new Stamford office. The company recently signed a long-term lease and plans to renovate space in the former UBS building at 677 Washington Boulevard, which it expects to occupy next spring.
Gov. Malloy: Connecticut’s Historic Old New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine to Re-Open to the Public on July 14
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that Connecticut’s Old New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine, a national historic landmark and state archaeological preserve, will re-open to the public this Saturday, July 14 after being closed since 2009 for structural repairs.
Gov. Malloy Announces Seven Stars Cloud Group Establishing Global Headquarters for Technology and Innovation in Connecticut
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSC) will be establishing its global headquarters for technology and innovation in Connecticut, transforming UConn’s former campus in West Hartford into a thriving center for research, training, and business development. The $283 million project, called Chain Valley, is expected to create 330 jobs over the next five years.