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Foxwoods unveils two-story brewery

Joe Cooper |

Foxwoods Resort Casino is getting into the craft beer craze.

Newington's booze-friendly ax venue set

Joe Cooper |

New England's largest ax-throwing facility and the region's first to sell alcohol is set to open next week in Newington.

$200M+ Avon Village Center project advances

Gregory Seay |

A Rhode Island developer says construction could begin as early as Oct. 1 in Avon's center on the initial phase of a long-awaited residential, office and retail complex that when fully complete will...

Joey Garlic's bows in Manchester

Gregory Seay| Joe Cooper |

Joey Garlic's restaurant has opened its latest Connecticut eatery in the former Carrabba's Italian Grill space next to Manchester's The Shoppes at Buckland Hills mall, brokers say.

CT’s independent retailers No. 5 in U.S. for daily revenue

Joe Cooper |

Local, independent retailers in Connecticut last year earned 28 percent more daily revenue compared to the national average, according to a new report.

Bradley Airport tech upgrades aim to improve efficiency

Sean Teehan |

Bradley International Airport will continue rolling out equipment at ticket counters and gate kiosks that allow multiple airlines to use the sameworkstations, in an effort to increase efficiency.

Construction of new brewery in Suffield remains at a standstill due to structural issues

MATTHEW P. KNOX | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

Construction at the site of the future Broad Brook Brewing Co. on Route 75 in Suffield remains at a standstill after the town's building inspector issued a stop-work order in March due to design...

Developers see opportunity with increasing demand for youth-sports facilities

Matt Pilon |

Youth sports in the United States has blossomed into a $15.5 billion industry, with parents often treating out-of-state tournaments as a family vacation.

Second tenant closes in Hartford’s Front St. district

Joe Cooper |

Qdoba Mexican Grill said it has closed its downtown Hartford Front Street location, becoming the second tenant to flee the young retail-entertainment district.

Artichoke Basille's Pizza fall CT debut

Gregory Seay |

Artichoke Basille's Pizza will open its first Connecticut franchise location on Newington's Berlin Turnpike this fall, with more stores to follow, its franchise owner says.

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