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Officials evaluating water quality after Southington spill

Matt Pilon |

State officials are advising outdoor enthusiasts to avoid fishing or walking the banks of a stretch of the Quinnipiac River in Southington, following a chemical spill at a manufacturer Wednesday.

Yard Goats, city have own plans to finish ballpark

Gregory Seay | 1

The Hartford Yard Goats and the Eastern League say they are proceeding on their own parallel track to finish the $56 million Dunkin' Donuts baseball park in time for the 2017 baseball season.

Bronin rejects Yard Goats owner's offer to finance Hartford ballpark completion

Patricia Daddona | 2

The owner of the Hartford Yard Goats has told the city of Hartford in writing that he would help finance completion of Dunkin' Donuts Park so the team can have a home next season. But Mayor Luke...

Centerplan lawsuit against city in mediation

Patricia Daddona |

Centerplan Construction Co. and the city of Hartford are engaged in mediation in New Britain Superior Court over the lawsuit filed by the developer of the Yard Goats minor-league ballpark against the...

Travelers Championship sets record raising $2.8M for charity

Patricia Daddona |

The 2016 Travelers Championship raised a record $2.8 million for charity this past week, largely in support of ALS research, the Travelers Companies Inc. reported Monday.

CT well-wishes its 9 Olympians

Gregory Seay |

Nine Connecticut residents – including two from the Hartford area -- headed to Brazil as Olympians have gotten a warm sendoff from state leaders.

Work could resume soon on beleaguered ballpark

Patricia Daddona | 1

The company guaranteeing the construction of the Yard Goats Park in Hartford has entered into an agreement that could bring back the architect soon, according to an announcement by Mayor Luke Bronin.

Travelers Championship week kicks off with charitable focus on ALS

Patricia Daddona |

The Travelers Cos., Inc. on Monday launched its 2016 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, focusing on a disease that affects one of its own.

Former Dillon Stadium developers indicted on fraud charges

Matt Pilon | 1

A federal grand jury has indicted the two former developers of Hartford’s Dillon Stadium, accusing both of defrauding the city out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Boat infrastructure cash up for grabs

Connecticut boaters in need of a place to park their vessel will benefit from a round of federal funding, state officials announced this week.

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