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Ted's Montana Grill to open May 12

Ted's Montana Grill will open its 35 Front St. restaurant on May 12, it announced.

Unemployment flat as CT adds 4.9K March jobs

Connecticut netted 4,900 new nonfarm jobs in March, while the unemployment rate stayed at 7 percent for the second month in a row, the state’s Department of Labor said.

Foxwoods rebrands MGM tower

What was once the MGM Grand is now The Fox Tower, Foxwoods Resort Casino announced.

Sued for a Song: Music licensing lawsuits hit CT restaurants

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A few years ago, nine songs were played inside Shelton's Vazzy's Cucina restaurant that ended up costing owners John Vazzano and Vincent L. Noce $18,000.

Thomas Hooker brewery to open Mohegan test kitchen

Bloomfield’s Thomas Hooker Brewing Co. said it will open a beer lounge March 28 at Mohegan Sun, to try out new recipes on willing customers.

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QU set to host first ‘Frozen Four’ hockey tourney

Quinnipiac University in Hamden will host Connecticut’s first NCAA Division I Women’s “Frozen Four” hockey tournament this weekend.

Hartford's lodging industry looks for steady growth

Matthew Broderick |

As sales vice president for hotel management company the Waterford Group, Brien Fox has not enjoyed this past winter's weather.

Popular Calif. hot dog stand coming to Lake Compounce

Pink’s Hot Dogs will open its first East Coast restaurant inside Bristol’s Lake Compounce amusement park, the California chain announced.

Covanta inks food recycling deal with Lake Compounce

Waste-to-energy firm Covanta on Tuesday reached a deal with Lake Compounce to recycle the amusement park's organics waste in Connecticut, the first such agreement reached since Covanta announced a...

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