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Hartford yoga studio closes suddenly downtown

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford Sweat, a downtown yoga and fitness studio, closed its doors suddenly Thursday, after the owner says she struggled to sustain the business.

Lawmakers seek public review of Eversource storm response

Patricia Daddona |

Two Connecticut lawmakers are calling for an informational public forum to examine Eversource Energy's response to the October rain and windstorm that left more than 100,000 residents without power...

NB Bees release 2018 schedule, plan to ramp up sales, promotions

John Stearns |

The New Britain Bees have released their schedule for the 2018 season, which will include 72 home games at New Britain Stadium, the first one on May 4.

Hartford soccer team seeks to join national league

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford City FC soccer club, one of the bidders to revamp Dillon Stadium, said Wednesday it is in advanced talks to join the North American Soccer League (NASL).

Time running out for donors to save Winterfest

Patricia Daddona |

The iQuilt Partnership has just two weeks left to raise $55,000 and reach its goal of $230,000 -- enough money to open and operate Winterfest Hartford this winter season.

Upcoming pickleball tourney expected to boost regional economy

Patricia Daddona |

A regional pickleball tourney scheduled for Oct. 26-29 in Hartford will boost visitation and spending in the area, according to state authorities.

Hartford Yard Goats promotes GM Restall to president

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford Yard Goats said Tuesday it has named General Manager Tim Restall president as part of a slew of senior-level promotions.

New Britain Bees name new GM

John Stearns |

The New Britain Bees have handed the ball to a new general manager, promoting the team's vice president of business development, Brad Smith, following the retirement of Gerry Berthiaume.

Yard Goats' season attendance among highest in nation

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford Yard Goats' record attendance this past season parallels that of 13 other minor league franchises nationwide, according to Minor League Baseball (MiLB).

Tim Restall | General Manager of the Hartford Yard Goats

John Stearns |

Critics bleated when Dunkin' Donuts Park was proposed, overbudget and delayed, but after the $71 million, 6,000-seat baseball stadium opened in April, many would be kidding to say it's not a huge hit.

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