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Building a Fan Base: Yard Goats sell baseball 'experience' to lure fans

Keith Griffin |

Since shutting down as the New Britain Rock Cats last yea, Yard Goats General Manager Tim Restall and the Double-A baseball team's staff have been largely engaged in selling the team to anyone who...

DEEP: No improvement in river herring numbers

State environmental regulators have extended a ban on fishing river herring for another two years.

Bloomfield golf club turns over course management

Keith Griffin |

Bloomfield's Tumble Brook Country Club has turned over its management to Troon Privé Operations, a private course management company.

Yard Goats put out help wanted sign

The Hartford Yard Goats have put out the help wanted sign. The team and its concessions vendor need to hire up to 300 game-day workers.

Professional soccer team coming to New Britain

Officials from the American Soccer League and New Britain Mayor Erin E. Stewart have scheduled a press conference Thursday to announce the city's new partnership with the league to bring the only...

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.

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