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Hilton hires former Sheraton-chef

Hilton Hartford Hotel named James King its new executive chef.

Sheraton Hartford names new chef

Sheraton Hartford at Bradley Airport appointed Shane Arnold as its new executive chef.

Bleachers Sports Bar target of music copyright suit

A Bristol restaurant has become the latest target of a copyright lawsuit from a New York licensing agency that sues bars and other entertainment venues for playing unlicensed music.

Celtics pre-season game returns to Hartford

Continuing their trend of playing a preseason matchup in Hartford every two years, the Boston Celtics and the New York Knicks will return to the XL Center in October, venue operator Global Spectrum...

Travelers Championship generates $1.35 million

The Travelers Championship generated $1.35 million in profit last week, which the golf tournament will donate to charity.

Golf industry copes with struggles

John A. Lahtinen |

Golf is big business in Connecticut responsible for more than $635 million to the economy and nearly 12,000 jobs, according to the most recent Golf Economic Impact Study.

Mohegan's NJ casino unveils online gaming plans

The Mohegan-operated Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. on Friday unveiled its plans to make online casino games and poker available to the public.

Farmington Bank to co-sponsor Broadway at Bushnell

Farmington Bank has signed a multi-year deal to co-sponsor the Bushnell Broadway series.The bank joins Hartford insurer Travelers in sponsoring the...

Foxwoods' slots down 9% in May

Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket reported on Tuesday its slots revenues decreased 9 percent in May, according to the company's report.

Hartford's 100-yr.-old carousel opens June 28

The June 28 seasonal opening of The Bushnell Park Carousel in downtown Hartford launches the centennial anniversary for the historic recreational landmark.

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