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Dunkin' Donuts Park rates well in its early days

Keith Griffin |

Dunkin' Donuts Park, home of the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats baseball team, is targeting families as a major customer base, hoping to draw in parents and their children for a fun-filled,...

XL Center will host '19 NCAA men's basketball tourney games

Hartford's XL Center has been chosen to host first and second round games of the 2019 NCAA men's basketball tournament, the NCAA announced Tuesday.

NY digital ad pro buys majority stake in New Britain Bees

Patricia Daddona |

Anthony Iacovone, founder and CEO of the New York mobile advertising technology company AdTheorent, has acquired a majority interest in the New Britain Bees.

Yard Goats open Hartford ballpark at 7 p.m.

Patricia Daddona |

After a year with no place to call home, the Hartford Yard Goats kick off opening day at 7 p.m. Thursday at the new Dunkin' Donuts Stadium while Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin keeps his eye on bringing...

Yard Goats offering last home-opener tickets

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford Yard Goats' first home game in their new downtown ballpark is a sellout, but the team is selling its remaining $8 standing-room tickets, starting at 2 p.m. today.

Ballpark access dispute settled

Patricia Daddona |

A dispute involving the city of Hartford and Centerplan over access to furniture and equipment near Dunkin' Donuts ballpark has been resolved.

Time to support baseball in Hartford

With the foot of snow dumped on Connecticut last week, it's hard to imagine that baseball's opening day in Hartford is less than a month away.

Travelers Championship winners Watson, Knox to return in June

Patricia Daddona |

Two-time Travelers Championship winner Bubba Watson and defending champ Russell Knox have committed to play in the 2017 tournament, organizers announced Friday.

Brackets for Good Htfd. fundraising tops $53K

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford area nonprofits have raised $53,149 in the Brackets for Good tournament so far, the third highest among 11 metro regions fundraising for the contest, organizers said Friday.

Study: March Madness costs $2B in productivity, but boosts morale

Patricia Daddona |

As millions of workers across the U.S. prepare to fill out March Madness brackets next week, the basketball tourney competition could cost employers more than $600 million in lost productivity and...

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