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Hartford expects $7.7M ‘March Madness’ windfall

Gregory Seay |

About 25,000 fans will descend on Hartford’s XL Center in late March for first- and second-rounds of the 2019 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, giving an estimated $7.7 million shot...

Study predicts $15M in spending from proposed W. Locks sports complex

Anthony Branciforte | Journal Inquirer |

An economic impact study commissioned by developer JABS Sports Management LLC says the company’s planned sports complex at the intersection of Route 20 and Interstate 91 in Windsor Locks would...

Yard Goats set job fair, promotional schedule

Gregory Seay| Joe Cooper |

Ahead of Friday's ticket launch, The Hartford Yard Goats this week set dates for its annual job fair and game day promotional schedule.

Travelers Championship scores another high-profile commitment

Joe Cooper |

Bryson DeChambeau has committed to play in this year's Travelers Championship, officials said, which means the Cromwell tournament will feature at least three of the world's top five golfers.

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.

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.

UConn athletics runs up $40M deficit

Joe Cooper |

UConn's athletic department spent more than $40 million than it earned in 2018, according to the school.

Hartford Athletic unveils free ticket program

Joe Cooper |

More than 2,000 free tickets will be available for the Hartford Athletic's inaugural season through a new community program launched on Tuesday, the pro soccer club announced.

Hartford volleyball tournament to generate $5.8M for region

Joe Cooper |

A New England youth volleyball tournament held at downtown Hartford's Connecticut Convention Center is expected to generate $5.8 million in revenue for local hotels, restaurants, stores and other...

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