Nathan Grube stands by pin flags signed by past Travelers Championship winners, including Ken Duke and Jordan Spieth.

Grube sets stage for Travelers Championship success

Travelers Championship Tournament Director Nathan Grube is setting the stage for another successful PGA Tour event.

Utility regulators have struck a new blow to cities and towns hoping to build their own internet networks for businesses and residents. However, East Hartford continues to pursue its own network. Here, Mayor Marcia Leclerc holds a fiber cable at town hall.

Telecom industry books major win in municipal-broadband fight

The state's telecommunications industry has booked a major win in its municipal-broadband fight.

Among his downtown Hartford apartment's many amenities, Spectra on the Plaza resident John Lundeen most enjoys relaxing in the spacious community room of the high-rise building overlooking Constitution Plaza. An on-site café, its newly opened Bar5, plus attentive management, make urban life “enjoyable,'' Lundeen says. Shown clockwise at right are Spectra's other amenities, including a mini-basketball court, lounge, game tables,  and a 46-seat movie theater.

Pet stations, cafés, bars — Apartment amenities climb along with occupancy, rents

As new apartments hit the Greater Hartford market, landlords are racing to add the latest amenities to lure tenants.

Richard Crowe, Rockledge Country Club's head PGA professional, stands above the public course's 18th hole.

CT's sluggish golf industry steadies amid new-age management strategies

The Great Recession and its aftereffects took a major bite out of Connecticut's golf industry, forcing a number of courses to close and many others to experience declining revenues and memberships.

 
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NB Bees see higher ticket sales amid grassroots outreach

Q&A talks with Brad Smith, the general manager of the New Britain Bees, which is in its third season playing in the Atlantic League, a minor-league professional baseball organization. The team is...

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Martin Roth | Dean, University of Hartford Barney School of Business

Five years after becoming dean of the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford, Martin Roth is about to take on the business of being a university president for the first...

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