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UConn, Premier League soccer games eyed for Hartford's Dillon Stadium

Joe Cooper |

Owners of the Hartford Athletic say they are working to bring UConn and English Premier League soccer games to historic Dillon Stadium in 2019.

Mohegan Jan. slot revenues down 9.3%

Joe Cooper |

Mohegan Sun on Friday followed Foxwoods Resorts Casino in reporting it recorded its seventh consecutive month of lower slot revenues in January.

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.

CT pot legalization could include expungement of criminal records


Senate Democrats unveiled a slew of proposals Wednesday that would not only legalize and tax the sale of marijuana for recreational use, but also expunge certain criminal records involving...

Mass.' Tree House Brewing buys CT farm for $1.6M

Zachary Comeau |

Tree House Brewing Co., a popular Massachusetts beer-maker, is entering the Connecticut market after purchasing 100 acres in Woodstock where it plans to operate a large farm and produce cider.

Artichoke Pizza sets Newington debut

Joe Cooper |

New York's Artichoke Basille's Pizza is making its Connecticut debut next week.

Papa John's gets a $200 million investment and new chairman


Papa John's has a plan to turn itself around with new board members and a big check.

Hartford's Spectra owners covet building downtown 'communities'

Gregory Seay |

The developers of Hartford's Spectra apartments say their focus isn't just on creating new housing. They're trying to build downtown "communities."

With 314 bills, New Haven Democrats aim high


Since the start of the Connecticut General Assembly's regular 2019 session on Jan. 9, New Haven-areal legislators have introduced or co-sponsored 314 bills and resolutions.

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