Food trucks line up daily along downtown Hartford’s Elm Street bordering state offices and Bushnell Park and some, like Quick Bites (foreground), pay to reserve their coveted parking spot.

Food truck craze spreads across Greater Hartford

Food trucks, long a staple of street fare in downtown Hartford, recently received approval to operate in the towns of Enfield and West Hartford, albeit on a restricted basis, partly in deference to...

2017 GreenCircle Awards

This special focus section highlights the winners of this year's GreenCircle Awards – an annual awards series organized by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEEP) to...

Tourney director Anne Worcester stands inside the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, where the Connecticut Open is played.

Worcester champions CT with pro tennis tourney

In tennis terms, it's advantage Connecticut Open, New Haven and the state with Anne Worcester running the professional women's tennis tournament and also overseeing city marketing.

Two downtown Hartford buildings — 101 and 111 Pearl St. — have qualified for state brownfield loans to help convert them to apartments.

Brownfield ‘land banks’ a step closer in CT

A second attempt in one year at encouraging municipalities to hasten cleanup of Connecticut's inventory of contaminated commercial-industrial properties is expected to draw the governor's signature...

TicketNetwork's South Windsor headquarters (shown above) is on Gerber Road.

'Paperless' ban aids CT ticket resellers

In a victory for ticket-reselling companies, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed into law new requirements anticipated to boost sales in the secondary market — transactions facilitated through...

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