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2 softball tourneys to boost CT economy

Patricia Daddona |

Two Connecticut “fastpitch” softball tournaments coming next week to East Hartford and to Stratford in early August are projected to generate $3 million in business revenue, according to...

State agency letting workers take excessive paid leave, auditors find

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

Dozens of Connecticut Department of Developmental Services employees have been on administrative leave with pay for excessive periods of time, including one who has been on leave since 2014 and been...

Foxwoods' slot revenue up in June

Patricia Daddona |

Foxwoods Resorts Casino's slot revenues rose 2.7 percent in June, tribal operators reported Saturday.

Hartford draws fall women-in-manufacturing summit

Patricia Daddona |

A Cleveland-based national women's manufacturing association expects to draw more than 300 women at a three-day conference at the Connecticut Convention Center in the fall.

Foxwoods debuts interactive gaming arena in revamped casino

Patricia Daddona |

Foxwoods Resort Casino has debuted a new casino gaming arena it says is unlike any other in the Northeast at its reopened Great Cedar Casino, Mashantucket tribal casino operators announced this week.

At CT's beaches and parks, normalcy amid state budget mess

KYLE CONSTABLE | CT MIRROR |

Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison reached parking capacity Tuesday at 11:50 a.m. – a little early, perhaps, but not unusual for one of the most popular beaches in Connecticut on the...

'CT-Made' branding coming with new law

Patricia Daddona |

A new law taking effect in October will require the state to develop a “Connecticut-made” logo businesses can use to promote products made or produced in the state.

Charity fills funding gap for Journey Home

Matt Pilon |

One of many Hartford nonprofits hit by recent city budget cutbacks, has filled much of the hole after a charity this week pledged $86,000, Mayor Luke Bronin’s office announced.

Hartford's Max Downtown closing for renovations

Greg Bordonaro |

Hartford's Max Downtown will close after dinner service today as its preps for a major renovation to its popular center city restaurant.

SCOTUS sports betting case to be watched in Connecticut

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT Mirror |

Giving new significance to recently passed legislation in Connecticut, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to review New Jersey’s challenge of a federal law that has stopped the expansion of...

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