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Hartford Athletic owners exploring lacrosse, rugby pro teams

Joe Cooper |

The owners of the Hartford Athletic soccer club are exploring opportunities to bring professional rugby and lacrosse to historic Dillon Stadium.

Hartford Boat Show docks at Mohegan Sun

Joe Cooper |

Mohegan Sun's new $80 million convention center will host another event in January that was formerly housed in downtown Hartford for the last half century.

CT Water 3Q profits rise 27.5%

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut Water Service Inc. said its third quarter profits jumped 27.5 percent largely due to higher revenues from rate increases approved by Connecticut and Maine regulators.

Ex-Southington contractor gets prison

Gregory Seay |

The former owner of a Southington business that installs fire-protection systems will spend 16 months in prison for his role in a construction kickback scheme, federal authorities say.

DOT unveils transit rewards program

Sean Teehan |

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) Friday announced a new program that offers discounts and deals for rail riders at a variety of businesses in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts.

CBIA taps 14 new board members

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's largest business lobby on Friday named 14 new members to its board of directors, including several from Hartford.

Aresimowicz, Ritter re-elected to House leadership posts

Joe Cooper |

Democratic lawmakers on Thursday unanimously re-elected House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz (D-Berlin) and House Majority Leader Matt Ritter (D-Hartford) to lead the state House of Representatives.

CT adds new condition for medical pot program

Joe Cooper |

The legislature's Regulations Review Committee has greelit another condition for Connecticut's medical marijuana program, according to the state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).

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Meriden Sears listed on chopping block

Joe Cooper |

Sears Holdings continued axing stores Thursday, announcing it will close its Meriden location and 39 others as it moves through bankruptcy proceedings.

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