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Capacity crowds create headaches in March Madness' Hartford return

Full parking lots, long lines, traffic and crowded restaurants were just some of the welcomed annoyances in Hartford Thursday as the NCAA men's...

Bill protecting call-center jobs passes labor committee

A bill aimed at protecting call-center jobs in Connecticut was passed Thursday by the legislature's labor committee and is now headed to the House...

Hartford's Chango Rosa to close

The Bear's Restaurant Group, which operates several eateries in Greater Hartford, said it will close its Chango Rosa restaurant at Hartford's Union...

CT starts 2019 with net job loss, after second revision

Just weeks after a data revision that cut Connecticut's 2018 job gains in half, the first month of the new year started with a similar treatment.

Hoops, hockey, crossword events add to 'March Madness' tourism spending

The NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament in downtown Hartford won't be the only collegiate event generating tourism dollars for the state this...

Report: New England employers still shouldering highest employee costs

New England employers are still shelling out the nation's highest employee compensation packages, federal officials said Wednesday.

RI judge upholds truck-only tolling; Lamont still wants broader program

A federal judge in Rhode Island on Tuesday dismissed the trucking industry's lawsuit aimed at the Ocean State's newly minted highway tolls on...

Manchester PZC OKs Raymour & Flanigan warehouse expansion

Manchester's Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday approved plans to allow retailer Raymour & Flanigan Furniture to build two new facilities at...

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