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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...

Cabela’s being sold to Bass Pro Shops

Journal Inquirer | Staff |

Bass Pro Shops has reached an agreement to acquire Cabela’s Inc. for $4.5 billion in cash, combining two of the biggest sellers of outdoor-sports equipment and apparel, the Wall Street Journal...

Centerplan moves to block construction work at ballpark

Patricia Daddona |

The developer suing the city over its firing as the builder of Dunkin' Donuts Park has asked the judge in Hartford Superior Court to "preserve" the site as evidence in its case, a move that could...

Yard Goats dispute developer's claim they interfered with stadium work

Patricia Daddona |

Yard Goats ball club owner Josh Solomon and the team have filed a counterclaim in the Dunkin' Donuts Park developer's lawsuit, disputing Centerplan's allegations they held up construction progress by...

Eversource Hartford Marathon selects 21 official charities

Patricia Daddona |

Twenty-one organizations will serve as official charities of the 2016 Eversource Hartford Marathon and Half Marathon, the Hartford Marathon Foundation announced.

Area nonprofits to test "March Madness" bracket fundraising model

Matt Pilon |

There's perhaps no more exciting time for many Connecticut fans than when UConn's basketball teams take the court for the NCAA's March Madness tournament.

CT Lottery chief to depart

Patricia Daddona |

Anne M. Noble, president and CEO of the CT Lottery Corp., will leave the organization after a decade of service that reflects rising profits and gaming popularity, Lottery officials announced.

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.

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