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Top PGA Tour golfer Thomas commits to Travelers Championship

Joe Cooper |

Still five months away, the Travelers Championship on Monday announced another high-profile golfer for its 2019 tournament.

Hartford Yard Goats near ticket launch

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Yard Goats on Wednesday said individual tickets for home games at Dunkin' Donuts Park will go on sale Friday, Feb. 8.

Brooks Koepka commits to 2019 Travelers Championship

Joe Cooper |

The reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year has committed to play again in this year's Travelers Championship in Cromwell, officials said Monday.

UConn athletics runs up $40M deficit

Joe Cooper |

UConn's athletic department spent more than $40 million than it earned in 2018, according to the school.

Hartford Athletic unveils free ticket program

Joe Cooper |

More than 2,000 free tickets will be available for the Hartford Athletic's inaugural season through a new community program launched on Tuesday, the pro soccer club announced.

Hartford volleyball tournament to generate $5.8M for region

Joe Cooper |

A New England youth volleyball tournament held at downtown Hartford's Connecticut Convention Center is expected to generate $5.8 million in revenue for local hotels, restaurants, stores and other...

NFL ratings rebound after two seasons of declining viewership

CNN Business |

After two years of declining ratings, bad press and criticism from the President of the United States, the NFL has something to celebrate in the new year.

Mandell's Hartford soccer ambitions about more than just sports

Joe Cooper |

As co-founder of the Hartford Athletic, Bruce Mandell sees the Capital City's new pro soccer club scoring far more than wins and losses in 2019.

Hartford Athletic reveals 34-game schedule

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Athletic soccer club, slated for its first home game May 4, on Wednesday released the remaining schedule for its inaugural season in the United Soccer League.

Hartford Athletic slated for May 4 debut

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Athletic soccer club will play its first-ever home game on May 4 at soon-to-be renovated Dillon Stadium, the team announced Friday afternoon.

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