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Mohegans finalize succession plan for long-time CEO

The Mohegan Tribe on Monday announced it will promote three of its in-house executives as CEO Mitchell Grossinger Etess transitions into retirement over the next six months.

Study: CT shellfish population at risk

A study co-authored by the Natural Resources Defense Council named Connecticut as one of the 15 most at-risk states with a coastal economy at risk of ocean acidification.

Ten-year-old to grace CT Angler's Guide cover

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection has selected Immanuel Smyrnow, 10, for the cover of the 2015 Connecticut Angler's Guide.

Mohegans to open 10 sub shops

The Mohegan Tribe of Uncasville plans to open 10 Jersey Mike's Subs sandwich shops in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, as the resort casino owners continue their diversification play.

CT brewer’s big bottles coming to Webster Arena

Stratford brewery Two Roads Brewing, which distributes throughout Connecticut and beyond, said event goers who pony up for suite-level seats at Bridgeport’s Webster Bank Arena will be able to...

Rock Cats renaming contest begins

A Tuesday groundbreaking ceremony for a minor league baseball stadium in Hartford’s Downtown North section also marked the beginning of the end of the moniker for the team that will play there.

CT Special Olympians coming Feb. 28

More than 900 Special Olympians will descend on several Hartford and Litchfield county venues for their 2015 Winter Games on Feb. 28 and March 1.

10,000 headed to Hartford for volleyball tourney

Nearly 10,000 people, including 2,000 athletes, will descend upon Hartford this weekend for a volleyball tournament at the Connecticut Convention Center, according to the Connecticut Convention &...

Hartford to host 2017 cyclo-cross championships

Hartford will be the site of the 2017 cyclo-cross national championships, organizer USA Cycling announced.

Viewership up 9 percent for ESPN’s Christmas NBA broadcast

ESPN said its broadcast of the Washington Wizards-New York Knicks Christmas Day matchup drew 3.05 million viewers, up nine percent from a comparable game a year ago.

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