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TheaterWorks wins $2.5M CT renovation grant

Patricia Daddona |

TheaterWorks said Tuesday it has received a $2.5 million urban act grant as a grant-in-aid from the Connecticut Bond Commission to assist with renovations to its home at City Arts on Pearl in...

Mohegan Jan. slot revenue declines

Patricia Daddona |

Mohegan Sun reported a 5 percent drop in January slot revenue.

Foxwoods' Jan. slot revenue dips

Patricia Daddona |

Foxwoods Resort Casino said Wednesday its slot revenue declined in the month of January.

House lawmakers introduce marijuana bills

Matt Pilon | 1

Time will tell if Connecticut’s legislature will change its mind on legalizing marijuana.

Woody's closing iconic Hartford hotdog joint

Patricia Daddona |

The iconic Woody's hot dog joint in downtown Hartford is closing, but the eatery could be reincarnated into a catering or food truck business, the owners say.

Connecticut lawmakers seek investigation of casino lobbying

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut's U.S. senators and two of its congressmen asked Monday that the inspector general of the Department of the Interior investigate the department's role in blocking the Mashantucket Pequot...

Advocates for marijuana sales point to big economic boost

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Advocates for legalizing recreational marijuana use in Connecticut — and taxing its sales — are hoping a holistic, economic argument will win the day this year.

New Spanish eatery to debut at Goodwin Hotel this spring

Patricia Daddona |

Chef Tyler Anderson and partners are opening a new restaurant featuring Spanish fare at the Goodwin Hotel in the Capital City on April 17.

Interior Department seeks dismissal of CT gaming lawsuit

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

The U.S. Interior Department told a federal court Monday that Connecticut's refusal to negotiate a gaming compact with the Mashantucket Pequots nearly 30 years ago creates a fatal flaw in the state's...

Malloy's revised budget affects business taxes, tax credits, XL Center

Patricia Daddona | 1

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's revised fiscal year 2019, $20.7 billion budget proposes several changes to business taxes and tax credit programs.

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