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Two Roads Tap Room opens at Bradley

Gregory Seay |

Stratford's Two Roads Brewing Co. has debuted a beer-tasting room in Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.

Connecticut wins early round in casino court fight with MGM

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

A federal appeals court Wednesday ruled against MGM Resorts International, the owner of a casino under construction in Springfield, in the first round of what is expected to be a protracted legal...

N. Britain's Alvarium brewery-tap room bows Fri.

Gregory Seay |

New Britain will formally introduce Friday the Alvarium Beer Co., its first brewery in more than a half century.

A British bet on OTB in Connecticut's roiled gambling market

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR | 2

Ted Taylor settled onto an upholstered leather bench in an unfinished booth at the new Bobby Valentine's restaurant and sports bar in Stamford, the Connecticut Gold Coast's introduction to a plusher...

Is Hartford getting its groove back?

Greg Andrews |

Hartford today stands at a tipping point: Bankruptcy? Revival? Or both? No matter what happens, a longstanding undercurrent of negative “alternate facts” and misperceptions affect the...

Worcester champions CT with pro tennis tourney

John Stearns |

In tennis terms, it's advantage Connecticut Open, New Haven and the state with Anne Worcester running the professional women's tennis tournament and also overseeing city marketing.

Food truck craze spreads across Greater Hartford

John Stearns | 1

Food trucks, long a staple of street fare in downtown Hartford, recently received approval to operate in the towns of Enfield and West Hartford, albeit on a restricted basis, partly in deference to...

Casino slot revenues continue to slide

Patricia Daddona | 1

The state's two casinos saw slot revenues decline in May as they continue to face a bumpy 2017.

Mohegans play host to tribes, Interior secretary at pivotal time

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, the face of a Trump administration whose approach to the federal budget and its oversight of Indian country is skeptically viewed by many tribes, was welcomed in...

Riverfront Fireworks, arts festivities get private funding boosts

Patricia Daddona |

Riverfront Fireworks will return this summer on July 8 after being snuffed out last year, thanks to private funding support.

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