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Bronin, Centerplan, Yard Goats reach Hftd. stadium settlement

Gregory Seay | 1

Hartford mayor Luke Bronin announced Wednesday morning that the city has reached a settlement with the developer of Dunkin' Donuts stadium and its Double A tenant baseball team, the Hartford Yard...

Stadium delays force Yard Goats to start season on road

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No matter the pace of construction over the next few months, the lights at Hartford's minor league baseball stadium won't be turned on come opening day.

5 to Watch in 2016

As we begin a new year Hartford Business Journal has identified five Greater Hartford business, education and nonprofit leaders who will be under the spotlight in 2016 as they...

$10M hole has city's ballpark “sideways''

Gregory Seay | 4

A potential $10 million cost overrun to build Hartford's minor-league ballpark makes it highly unlikely the stadium will be ready for the spring start of the baseball season, threatening the...

Veteran lawyer, philanthropist Coleman Levy retiring

Coleman Levy, a stalwart of the Greater Hartford legal community, has announced his retirement from Hinckley Allen. The philanthropist plans to spend more time with his wife and family.

Back9Network to restructure through bankruptcy

Hartford's Back9Network said it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Wednesday, and has reached an agreement with a group of existing shareholders who will invest capital to restructure the company.

New Britain's replacement baseball team named

The New Britain Bees will take the field next year, Mayor Erin Stewart said Thursday on Twitter.

Hartford Marathon aims to boost charitable giving

David Medina Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

The Hartford Marathon has so established itself as a signature event in Connecticut that its organizers at the Hartford Marathon Foundation want to leverage that position to provide additional help...

Yard Goats launch website

The Hartford Yard Goats Baseball club launched a new website on Thursday as the minor league team prepares for its first season next year.

New Britain finalizes lease with Atlantic League

New Britain took another step forward Monday toward getting a professional baseball team to replace the outgoing Rock Cats.

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