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City to appeal judge's $4.8M eminent domain ruling

Patricia Daddona |

The city of Hartford expects to appeal a judge's ruling that it underpaid a developer for a parcel of land it seized through eminent domain situated near Dunkin' Donuts Park.

Judge approves Hartford ballpark mediation agreement

Patricia Daddona |

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect action by the court on Friday.

Hartford getting a professional soccer team

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford City FC is joining the National Premier Soccer League as an expansion team that will compete in the Northeast region's Atlantic Conference, the league announced.

Hartford ballpark surety insurer sues former developer

Patricia Daddona |

The Arch Insurance Co. has filed a federal lawsuit against the former Hartford ballpark developer to recover what it describes as more than $8.4 million in losses as it pursues completion of the...

Transformation of XL Center on tap at Nov. 29 hearing

Patricia Daddona | 1

A $250 million improvement plan for the XL Center goes before the public at a hearing scheduled for Nov. 29.

West Hartford to be home to new golf center

Patricia Daddona |

GolfTEC, a golf lessons provider, is opening a new stand-alone improvement center in West Hartford and six other new locations throughout the country before the end of 2016, the company announced...

Mohegan Sun, FanDuel jointly branding fantasy sports contests

Patricia Daddona |

Mohegan Sun and FanDuel are partnering to offer co-branded fantasy sports contests.

Travelers championship raised record $2.8M+

Patricia Daddona |

The Travelers Championship generated a record $2.8 million-plus for charity at this year's event.

Greenways symposium to encourage trail development

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Greenways Council and Middlesex Community College will host a symposium later this month aimed at educating public officials and others about development of recreational trails and...

Despite city cut, marathon ready for runners

Matt Pilon |

Organizers say runners in Saturday's 23rd annual Hartford Marathon and related races won't notice any difference in quality and perks, despite a loss of approximately $60,000 in public safety...

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