|03/07/2014||Victorian Troy Centerpiece Becoming High-Tech Fabrication Center|
March 07--TROY -- Work should begin this spring on renovating the historic, vacant Quackenbush building, a piece of the city's elegant Victorian past, into a rental workshop where people can create anything from fine furniture and musical instruments to three-dimensional printing projects and high-tech lighting.
|03/07/2014||School Board OK's Additional Expense for Greenwich High School's MISA Project|
March 07--The Board of Education on Thursday approved a request for an additional $2.37 million in contingency funds for the construction of the new performing arts complex at Greenwich High School, a move that responds to cost overruns produced by an unforeseen scope of environmental remediation work and construction delays.
|03/05/2014||Vineland, N.J. Awards Last Major Contract for $72M Municipal Electric Utility Project|
March 05--VINELAND -- City Council on Tuesday awarded the last major contract for what local officials are calling the largest public works project in the city's history.
|03/03/2014||Fire-Ravaged Section of Milford Boardwalk Gets $500,000 Grant|
MILFORD >> The city will get $500,000 from the state for the design and reconstruction of the fire-ravaged boardwalk through the Beaver Brook conservation area off West Avenue.
|03/03/2014||Connecticut Firm to Buy Philadelphia's Gas Utility for $1.86B|
March 03--Mayor Nutter announced Monday that Connecticut energy company UIL Holdings Corp., has agreed to buy Philadelphia Gas Works for $1.86 billion.
|03/01/2014||NY Gov. Cuomo Pushes 'Blitz' on Oil Train Safety Inspections|
March 01--ALBANY -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo late Friday touted his "inspection blitz" this week of oil trains, a rail yard and a terminal at the Port of Albany by state and federal regulators.
|03/01/2014||Bridgeport Mayor, Parks Commission at Odds Over Solar Project|
March 01--BRIDGEPORT -- Time for a solar flare-up.
|02/24/2014||New Haven Dialysis Center Plan Moves Forward|
NEW HAVEN >> A portion of a long-delayed renovation of a prime city site will soon get underway with a new tenant.
|03/03/2014||Demolition of All Mercy Hospital Structures Slated for Completion in Seven to Eight Months|
March 03--One by one, they'll start coming down.
|02/27/2014||Efforts Under Way to Give More Conn. Residents Access to Solar Power|
NEW HAVEN >> Efforts to give a broader group of Connecticut residents access to renewable energy for their homes are underway in the state legislature.
|03/01/2014||Post-Sandy Reconstruction of Route 35 Plows Forward|
March 01--The rebuilding of Route 35 in Ocean County -- the stretch shattered by superstorm Sandy -- is on track to spend $16 million a mile, of a total of $200 million, when it's finished next summer.
|03/03/2014||Urban Community Garden, Park About to Take Root in Atlantic City|
March 03--ATLANTIC CITY -- Community members will soon transform a vacant parking lot adjacent to Hamilton Memorial United Methodist Church into an urban garden and playground.
|02/28/2014||Proposed Building Draws Attention to Misprint in Clayton Height Ordinance|
Feb. 28--CLAYTON -- A new commercial and residential building may be going up next to the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel.
|02/28/2014||Grant Awarded to Rebuild Brush Fire-Stricken Beaverbrook Boardwalk|
Feb. 28--MILFORD -- The boardwalk in the Beaverbrook Nature Preserve that was badly damaged in a two-day brush fire in April 2012 will soon be replaced, thanks to a $500,000 grant announced Thursday by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
|02/27/2014||BP 'Terminating' Cape Vincent Wind Project|
Feb. 27--BP Wind Energy is pulling out of Cape Vincent after unsuccessful attempts to sell its 285-megawatt industrial wind farm project.
|02/27/2014||Metro-North Chief: On-Time Performance Overshadowed Safety|
Feb. 27--NEW YORK -- Too much pressure for on-time performance gradually led Metro-North to lose focus on safety, the new president of the troubled railroad told reporters Wednesday.
|02/25/2014||Conn. Dept. of Labor Orders Two Subs Off UConn Basketball Facility Job|
Feb. 25--The state Department of Labor has ordered two sub-contractors helping to build UConn's $32 million basketball practice facility off the job, alleging they used undocumented workers and paid them in cash to avoid taxes.
|02/27/2014||North Stonington Residents Hear Options, Costs for School Renovation|
Feb. 27--NORTH STONINGTON -- The Board of Education and a Wheeler Gymnatorium music room packed with residents and town officials heard a presentation Wednesday night of several school renovation proposals.
|02/26/2014||New building Coming to Lakewood Industrial Park This Summer|
Feb. 26--LAKEWOOD -- If you're searching for an encouraging economic sign, look at the vacant lot at New Hampshire Avenue and Oak Street in the township.
|02/25/2014||Marlboro Moves Forward With $18.5M Water Treatment Overhaul|
Feb. 25--MARLBORO -- The township plans to rehabilitate its Harbor Road water treatment plant, a project that will cost about $11.5 million to complete.
|02/26/2014||Officials Hear Why Price Has Escalated in West Haven High School Project|
Feb. 26--NEW HAVEN -- City Council members appeared to be at least partially satisfied by explanations provided this week by planners of the proposed $132.64 million reconstruction and gut renovation of West Haven High School as to why the price has risen from the original $109.28 million.
|02/26/2014||Architect To Create Tona 2020 Plans|
Feb. 26--The Tonawanda City School District will hire an architect to create plans for a Fletcher school campus that could accommodate all of the district's elementary students, Superintendent James Newton said at Tuesday's board meeting.
|02/26/2014||'Fracking' Draws Local Ire at Hearing on N.Y.'s Draft Energy Plan|
Feb. 26--While the state's draft energy plan is largely mum on hydrofracking, local residents were not during a hearing on the issue Tuesday at the University at Buffalo's Center for Tomorrow on the North Campus in Amherst.
|02/26/2014||CRDA Awards Contract to Build Park Around Absecon Lighthouse|
Feb. 26--ATLANTIC CITY -- Construction on a park surrounding Absecon Lighthouse is expected to begin next month.
|02/26/2014||Upgrades for Cityscape, as Apartment Projects in Elmwood Village, North Buffalo Are OK'd|
Feb. 26--An apartment project in Elmwood Village and another in an emerging North Buffalo neighborhood won key approvals Tuesday, which will allow construction on both to begin in late spring.