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Data says Hartford a pro sports city, but reality says different

John Stearns |

Hartford deserves a major league sports franchise based on its population and mean household income, a new report says, but the city hasn't been able to land one since the Whalers skated off to...

Downtown Y's fall relo to State House Sq.

Gregory Seay |

The downtown Y has a new center-city home.

Football player takes over delayed Hartford stadium project

A former college and arena football player has taken over control of the delayed $12 million Dillon Stadium project in Hartford, with plans to construct a new facility for his professional soccer...

New Britain stadium gets PETA nod for food options

New Britain Stadium, which houses the Rock Cats minor league baseball team until the end of the current season, has received an animal rights group's nod for its vegetarian food choices.

Yard Goats land founding sponsor

Hartford's financial sector employers have been good so far to the Hartford Yard Goats.

Yard Goats announce Hartford season opener

The Hartford Yard Goats Double-A baseball club said it will launch its inaugural season in Hartford against the Richmond Flying Squirrels on April 7.

Fast-pitch softball tourneys to bring $3M in revenue to CT

Two upcoming softball tournaments are expected to generate more than $3 million in revenue for Connecticut businesses, the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau said.

Olympic golf prompts schedule change for Travelers Championship

Next year's Travelers Championship golf tournament will be pushed to the first week of August, organizers said.

SmartAsset: Hartford deserves a pro franchise

A consumer financial technology company used a bit of math to determine that the Hartford metro area deserves a professional sports team.

Rentschler Field to bear Pratt name

Under an agreement announced Thursday, Rentschler Field in East Hartford will soon be called Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.

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