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Parade set as CT basks in college hoops glory

Storrs, Conn. is once again title town.

Malloy makes hoops bet with Kentucky's Beshear

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear may be fellow Democrats, but they certainly are on opposing sides of Monday’s NCAA tournament championship between UConn and the University...

UConn earns $8M in tournament run, receives $1.7M

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Though the Final Four championship game will be decided Monday evening, one thing is already settled: UConn's financial payout for its tournament performance.

Courtney bets food, beer on UConn games

Connecticut U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, whose district encompasses UConn’s home base of Storrs, said he’s made a friendly wager with Florida U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz on the outcome...

Back9Network, golf association ink programming partnership

Hartford’s Back9Network said it has created a programming deal with the Connecticut State Golf Association to co-distribute Connecticut-centric golf programming across their respective websites...

QU set to host first ‘Frozen Four’ hockey tourney

Quinnipiac University in Hamden will host Connecticut’s first NCAA Division I Women’s “Frozen Four” hockey tournament this weekend.

LAZ inks Fenway deal with online reservation company

Hartford’s LAZ Parking said it has launched a joint program with GottaPark to provide discounted online parking reservations around Fenway Park on Red Sox game days.

City's Keney, Goodwin links to get facelifts

The first of Hartford's two public golf courses will reopen this spring with a new operator, and both courses will soon undergo extensive facelifts, the city says.

Travelers extends golf tourney sponsorship deal for the next decade

Connecticut's biggest golf tournament is going to carry the Travelers name for the next decade, the insurer and PGA officials announced today.

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