Browse by:
Sports & Outdoors

Travelers’ shows teen golfer the game’s business side

Lauren DeCarlo |

Christie Williams, a 17-year-old senior from Portland High School wants to play professional golf, but she received an alternate perspective on the game during the recent Travelers Championship in...

City seeks private partner for Rock Cats development

Hartford officials have issued a request for proposals that seeks a private partner to design and build a Rock Cats baseball stadium and surrounding mixed-use development in Downtown North.

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...

Hartford's Back9Network inks DirecTV deal

Hartford golf lifestyle media company Back9Network said it has signed its first TV deal with DirecTV, a major milestone that will put its content in front of a much wider audience in September.

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.

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.

ESPN scores highest rated soccer match with US-Ghana

The United States' 2-1 victory over Ghana in the American's opening match in the World Cup set the record for the highest rated soccer match for Bristol sports programmer ESPN.

Travelers Championship week kicks off

The lights atop Travelers Tower in Hartford will shine red this week to mark the opening of the 2014 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, the insurer said.

Rocks Cats’ project $8.1M in revenue with Hartford move

Brad Kane| Greg Bordonaro |

Once the Rock Cats move their franchise from New Britain to Hartford, the team could instantly become one of the top 15 highest earning minor league ballclubs in the country, according to initial...

Meriden’s RFS powers World Cup web access

When the 2014 Fifa World Cup kicks off Thursday in Brazil, spectators will be posting on Facebook and Twitter with the help of wireless network infrastructure built by Meriden’s Radio Frequency...

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2014 New England Business Media