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Panera Bread introduces delivery in Hartford metro area

Patricia Daddona |

Starting today, Panera Bread is offering home and office food delivery in the Hartford metro area, and in Groton, adding more than 120 delivery jobs, said the franchisee, the Howley Bread Group.

Mohegans obtain financing for $80M convention center

Patricia Daddona |

The Mohegan tribe has secured $80 million in financing to proceed with plans for an expanded convention center, the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority said this week.

Tourism director to lead New England marketing group

Patricia Daddona |

Randy Fiveash, director of the Connecticut Office of Tourism, has been named chairman of the Discover New England board of directors for 2017-18.

UberEATS marks growth in CT, nationwide

Patricia Daddona |

UberEATs, the division of the online transportation service Uber that allows customers to request food delivery via an app and website, has more than 500 member restaurants in Connecticut, Uber said...

Lawmakers consider open-bid process for third casino

Matt Pilon |

A new bill with implications for the future of casino gaming in Connecticut faces one of its first hurdles today.

Foxwoods slot revenue rises 3.2%

Patricia Daddona |

Foxwoods Resort Casino posted a 3.2 percent increase in slot revenue for the month of March, its first increase of the year.

Greater Hartford restaurant scene becomes more creative, competitive

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Fueled by social media sites like Instagram, where restaurants can showcase picture-perfect, mouth-watering dishes, and the popularity of celebrity-themed cooking shows, Greater Hartford's dining...

Mohegan's March slot revenue climbs 4.2%

Patricia Daddona |

Mohegan Sun posted a 4.2 percent increase in slot revenue in March, its first uptick of 2017, according to the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority.

Yard Goats offering last home-opener tickets

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford Yard Goats' first home game in their new downtown ballpark is a sellout, but the team is selling its remaining $8 standing-room tickets, starting at 2 p.m. today.

Italian restaurant chain to open Southington eatery

Patricia Daddona |

Fazoli's, a Kentucky-based fast casual Italian chain, said Wednesday it is partnering with the TA Restaurant Group to open a new eatery in the Milldale section of Southington late this summer.

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