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Dillon Stadium overhaul experiencing 'unexpected surprises'

Joe Cooper |

While the Hartford Athletic is still expected to kick off its inaugural season in the Capital City in April, the overseers renovating Dillon Stadium are uncovering several infrastructure issues at...

Sports complex developer revises plans for W. Locks

ANTHONY BRANCIFORTE | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

The developer proposing to build a massive sports complex at Route 20 and Interstate 91 in Windsor Locks has filed revised plans that don’t call for using the Waterworks Brook property, the...

Hartford Athletic taps former MLS player as head coach

Joe Cooper |

Hartford Athletic, the city's new professional soccer club, has hired a former United Soccer League (USL) coach and 19-year professional soccer player as its first-ever head coach.

Yard Goats set attendance mark

Gregory Seay |

An up-and-down season hasn't kept the Hartford Yard Goats from drawing big crowds, and are poised for the start of Wednesday night's final homestand to set a new annual Connecticut attendance record...

UConn football ticket sales drag as new season kicksoff

Joe Cooper |

Seven consecutive losing seasons for UConn football are being felt at the ticket office.

UConn football's '18 concession menu upgraded; brewhouse added

Gregory Seay |

With the onset of UConn football season, Pratt & Whitney Stadium will feature new handcrafted food and beverage offerings on game days, the stadium's operator says.

Developer withdraws sports complex plan; residents voice opposition

Anthony Branciforte | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

Disgruntled residents spoke out Monday in Windsor Locks against a plan to develop a massive sports complex at the intersection of Route 20 and Interstate 91, even though the developer withdrew the...

Following setback, $200M Windsor Locks project begins local approval process

Matt Pilon |

A Long Island developer whose ambitious $200 million proposed sports complex in Windsor Locks was sidelined last month amid concerns about his past legal history is scheduled to appear before the...

Newington's booze-friendly ax venue set

Joe Cooper |

New England's largest ax-throwing facility and the region's first to sell alcohol is set to open next week in Newington.

Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park to become par-3 golf course

Joe Cooper |

Golfers will be able to tee it up next month at Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park, which will be transformed into a par-3 golf course during a four-day event, the Hartford Yard Goats announced Wednesday.

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