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  • Faced With A Crushing Deficit, Malloy Budget Officials Still Take Care Of Their Own

    Faced With A Crushing Deficit, Malloy Budget Officials Still Take Care Of Their Own
    Faced with a $100 million budget shortfall for the current fiscal year and a projected $1.3 billion deficit in the next, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget officials have proposed cutting millions in state spending on programs such as part-time jobs for needy...
  • Viacom restructuring results in layoffs at TV Land

    Viacom restructuring results in layoffs at TV Land
    Media company Viacom Inc. has begun restructuring its operations, resulting in layoffs in the company's advertising sales division and its TV Land cable channel. At least 20 people on Thursday were let go at TV Land, according to three people familiar...
  • Malloy Budget Cuts Mean Big Trouble for Tiny Conservation Groups

    Malloy Budget Cuts Mean Big Trouble for Tiny Conservation Groups
    HARTFORD – In the grand scheme of a $20 billion-a-year state budget, Gov. Dannel Malloy's plan to chop $285,000 in funding for a bunch of relatively obscure non-profit conservation agencies seems like no big deal. Except that, for these tiny soil-...
  • Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer

     Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer
    As neighboring suburbs have swelled with new subdivisions, fast-food chains and traffic just a few miles down the road, this tiny community of 488 people has fought to stay the way it has been for decades. Residents identify each other by which historic...
  • More want local beef, but fewer want tough job of cutting it

    Kent Weise loves his work, but after 38 years slaughtering cattle, lugging carcasses that can weigh more than 1,000 pounds and slowly, methodically slicing cuts of meat, he understands why few people want to go into the business anymore. "It's killing...
  • Mohegan Sun Meets Competition With New $120M Hotel

    Mohegan Sun Meets Competition With New $120M Hotel
    MONTVILLE — Mohegan Sun will begin construction on a second, $120 million hotel later this month as the casino and entertainment attraction seeks to fend off intensifying regional competition. "We are all aware of the impacts of Massachusetts and...
  • Cloud, Wehr Exit Back9Network Board Amid Financial Scramble

    Cloud, Wehr Exit Back9Network Board Amid Financial Scramble
    Sanford Cloud Jr., chairman of the Back9Network board of directors, has resigned along with board member James Wehr, as the idled downtown Hartford golf lifestyle network scrambles to restart operations. The company confirmed Thursday that Cloud and Wehr...
  • Penn Highlands Elk health center cutting 43 jobs, hours

    Penn Highland Elk Regional Health Center in central Pennsylvania is cutting 43 jobs and reducing hours for 25 other workers. Officials tell The Bradford Era (http://bit.ly/1MaavYx ) that 28 workers are being laid off and 15 other jobs are being cut...
  • Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jump to nine-month high

    Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jump to nine-month high
    Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jumped to a nine-month high last week, an indication that severe winter weather could be putting a temporary freeze on the labor market's recovery. About 320,000 people filed for first-time unemployment benefits...
  • Saying Little About Cuts, Target Heightens Uncertainty For Thousands

    MINNEAPOLIS When the ax fell at Target Corp., no one actually swung it. The news that several thousand workers at Target's corporate offices in Minneapolis will lose their jobs emerged in the next-to-last paragraph of a statement handed to reporters...
  • Speak Out: 'I know why conservatives love Fox News'

    State workers who do not wish to belong to a labor union should be reduced to the minimum wage and no wage increases. There is no mechanism for a state supervisor to give raises to an individual hard-working employee. Scott Reeder and Bruce Rauner are...