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10K expected in Gr. Htfd. for regional volleyball tourneys

Close to 2,500 female athletes (ages 12 to 18) from across the Northeast will travel to Greater Hartford this weekend for two volleyball tournaments. The event is expected to have a strong economic...

Constitutional amendment proposed on selling open space

A Canton senator has unveiled a proposed constitutional amendment to protect open space in Connecticut and put stronger restrictions on the sale of preserved land.

Hartford-New Haven seeing jump in bed bugs

The Hartford-New Haven market has an unwanted distinction: Both regions are experiencing an increase in bed-bug treatments both residentially and commercially.

CT’s largest nonprofit advocacy group formed by merger

The Connecticut Association of Nonprofits and the Connecticut Community Providers Association have agreed to a merger, creating the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance.

CT Convention & Sports Bureau reports strong first half

The Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau said its sales team issued 267 leads, totaling more than 163,000 room nights from July 1 to Dec. 31, 2015: an 18 percent annual increase.

United launches non-stop BDL to Denver flight

United Airlines will launch nonstop service between Hartford and Denver starting in May. Airport officials said United's Denver hub will be a convenient means to access West Coast cities the airline...

Federal spending plan good news for CT defense industry

Valerie Dugan |

Despite a seemingly endless national discussion regarding the capabilities of the U.S. military, Congress' recently passed federal spending bill provides a significant boost for Connecticut's defense...

Landino aspires to erase Hartford's dim view

Gregory Seay |

Developer Robert Landino says he's looking forward to changing to positive the tenor of conversations about prospects for downtown Hartford.

CT Bartaco owner's $74M credit refi

The Norwalk owner of the Barcelona Wine Bar and Bartaco restaurants has gotten a $74 million credit line and a new equity partner to expand its brand.

Foxwoods, Mashantuckets in a tenuous debt position

In spite of improving financials based on cost reductions, Foxwoods and the Mashantucket Pequot tribe that runs it, are in a precarious position if creditors called due outstanding loans.

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