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Cuts hit summer attractions

By Eric Bedner, Journal Inquirer | 2

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will close multiple campgrounds early and change the hours of operation of some state park beaches, museums, and nature centers because of state...

DEEP's weekend water 'BUI' crackdown

Keith Griffin |

Connecticut’s environmental cops, with help from their law enforcement peers, are cracking down this weekend on boaters who mistakenly think watercraft and alcohol are a fun mix.

Bradley to open 'escape lounge' with amenities

Harlan Levy, Journal Inquirer | 1

The Connecticut Airport Authority announced Monday that it awarded a contract to an overseas company to design, build, and operate an “escape lounge” at Bradley International Airport to...

America's favorite fast food restaurant ramping up in CT

CNNMoney |

When it comes to America's favorite fast food, chicken reigns supreme. This once-controversial chain scores high marks for its customer service as it expands in Connecticut.

Collins hopes summer, fall aid HSO’s revival

Keith Griffin |

A Q&A with Steve Collins, executive director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

Social gaming among CT casinos’ latest battles

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Foxwoods is hedging its bets by bringing its gaming experience online with an enhanced FoxwoodONLINE social-casino platform that launched in April.

State targets Puerto Rico travelers for Zika campaign

Keith Griffin |

Flyers to and from Puerto Rico are being targeted in a new Zika education and warning campaign underway at Bradley International Airport.

6 money saving hacks for pay per click advertising

Kate Gold | Gold & Partners |

Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising is a very valuable advertising tool. Its effectiveness cannot be denied. It’s also a treacherously expensive tool if used incorrectly.

Mohegan plans $50M hotel renovation

Greg Bordonaro |

As construction continues on Mohegan Sun's $130 million Earth Tower hotel scheduled to open this fall, the Uncasville casino said Thursday it's going to invest another $50 million to renovate its...

JCJ aims to help revitalize Coltsville

Q&A talks about JCJ Architecture's recent downtown Hartford move and U.S. expansion with firm President Peter Stevens.

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