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Electric Boat and the Metal Trades Council have agreed to a new five-year contract that includes raises, a pension increase for current employees and a voluntary severance package.

Malloy touts business ties at chamber breakfast

Premium Content Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, making an appearance at a Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut breakfast today at the Mystic Marriott, touted his relationships with the business community, including discussions at high levels of Pfizer Inc. that led to...

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Chamber holds benefit workshop

Premium Content The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut invites all new members to attend a Member Benefit Workshop 4-5 p.m. May 7 at Chelsea Groton Bank, 2nd Floor Board Room, 904 Poquonnock Road, Groton.

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General Dynamics reports better than expected first quarter

Premium Content The chairman of General Dynamics said Wednesday that the contractor's performance in the first quarter of 2014 exceeded the expectations both of analysts and of the company's own executives.

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Dime Bank employees graduate

Premium Content Heather Smith, accounting supervisor, and Darlene Serra, benefits and payroll manager, at Dime Bank recently graduated from the Connecticut School of Finance & Management.

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Crystal Mall hosts “A Stylish Treat for Mothers”

Crystal Mall is accepting vendors for "A Stylish Treat for Mothers" to be held on Thursday, May 8, from 5–8 p.m.
Crystal Mall is...

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Oakdale woman becomes Tastefully Simple consultant

Premium Content Brie Messer of Oakdale has become an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company featuring more than 60 easy-to-prepare foods.

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Premium Content Charter Oak offers grants to nonprofits

Groton-based Charter Oak Federal Credit Union announced Tuesday that nine nonprofits targeting...

Premium Content Mystic entrepreneur wins $10,000 prize

Andrea Leiser of the Mystic-based Little Hat Workshop has won second prize in a national...

Premium Content Airgas open house for students Thursday

Airgas, a supplier of industrial, medical and specialty gasses as well as hardgoods such as...

Premium Content State loans $6.5M to keep firm in Connecticut

A leading relocation firm will be expanding its Danbury headquarters thanks to a $6.5 million...

Premium Content Groton rotary scholarship deadline

The deadline for students living or working in Groton to apply for a Groton Rotary Club...

Premium Content Property search database updated

An online database listing commercial and industrial properties available in the state has...

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