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Feds: Man ran scam from CT casinos

Gregory Seay |

Federal authorities said a foreign national has been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged $800,000 bank-fraud scheme that victimized people eager to rent out rooms or sell merchandise...

Tribes say East Windsor casino is viable and necessary


Competition from the MGM Springfield casino has been less damaging than expected to Connecticut's two tribal casinos, but leaders of the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribal nations told...

HomeTown Buffet flees CT

Joe Cooper |

Cash-strapped HomeTown Buffet no longer has a Connecticut presence after closing its Manchester location.

Top PGA Tour golfer Thomas commits to Travelers Championship

Joe Cooper |

Still five months away, the Travelers Championship on Monday announced another high-profile golfer for its 2019 tournament.

Report: Fewer Hartford region businesses sold in '18; sale, asking prices rise

Joe Cooper |

Fewer Greater Hartford businesses changed hands in 2018, but median sale and asking prices both soared compared to 2017 figures, according to a new report.

Relief program for Coast Guard members off to slow start


Washington – Victims of the partial government shutdown, members of the Coast Guard in Connecticut are about to miss their second paycheck, but few have yet to take advantage of a state grant...

Marijuana legalization debate gets heated at Capitol press conference


The debate over whether Connecticut should legalize recreational marijuana got heated at the State Capitol Wednesday as advocates opposing legalization held a press conference that was repeatedly...

Hartford Yard Goats near ticket launch

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Yard Goats on Wednesday said individual tickets for home games at Dunkin' Donuts Park will go on sale Friday, Feb. 8.

Brooks Koepka commits to 2019 Travelers Championship

Joe Cooper |

The reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year has committed to play again in this year's Travelers Championship in Cromwell, officials said Monday.

Recreational pot would be a boon to CT economy, real estate

Luke Massirio and Daniel Glissman |

Connecticut is uniquely positioned to implement an adult recreational cannabis program quickly and efficiently.

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