Browse by:
Hospitality & Tourism

Smulders hits right tune with health-conscious consumers

John Stearns |

Michael Smulders studied music and envisioned playing in an orchestra percussion section. Instead, he conducts a natural foods company on a rapid growth trajectory.

Windsor food equipment provider acquired

A private-equity-backed Illinois company has acquired Windsor's North American Commercial Parts and Service, according to NACPS' financial advisor on the deal, Southport's Carter Morse & Mathias.

May slot revenues flatten

May slot revenues at Mohegan Sun were flat while Foxwoods saw a 1.1 percent dip, the two casinos reported Monday.

Future uncertain for Hooker's DoNo brewery

Matt Pilon| Gregory Seay | 2

Thomas Hooker Brewery's proposal to build a restaurant and brewing operation adjacent to the Downtown North ballpark now under construction may be in question, sources confirmed to Hartford Business...

The Linden to again house a restaurant

Gregory Seay |

The restaurant owners of South Windsor's Mill on the River, The Republic Restaurant in Bloomfield and three other area eateries say they will open their sixth later this year in The Linden building...

A region taps Marfuggi’s passion to reclaim its river

Gregory Seay |

Hartford's annual Riverfest, the signature event for Hartford and East Hartford's approximately three miles of river-park frontage, is a major draw for state residents and tourists.

$20K grant for Keney Park courts

Three basketball courts in Hartford’s Keney Park will get resurfaced and refurbished with the help of a $20,000 grant, officials announced.

Hartford ranks 11th among nation's fittest cities

The Greater Hartford metropolitan area is the 11th fittest city in the nation this year, an improvement of one spot since 2014, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.

Summer Green Guide publishes

Dive deep into the environmental law enforcement at the Connecticut Attorney General's Office, take a look back at 75 years of garbage at the Hartford Landfill, find out how to create fashionable...

City OKs $90K for youth sports program

Hartford is launching a citywide youth sports program, and will hire an athletic director to run it.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2015 New England Business Media