The Capitol Region Development Authority today voted to move forward with Global Spectrum as the next manager of the XL Center and Rentschler Field.
Shabazz Napier bounced back from an injured shoulder Sunday with 19 points, six assists and five rebounds, leading UConn past Rutgers 66-54.
Some of Connecticut’s hottest venues will be hosting the nation’s most popular musical artists. Start the new year off right with tickets to a 2013 concert!
Holiday music shouldn’t be reserved solely as background buzz or as a distant event on television, but should be celebrated locally as well. This holiday season, get in the spirit at one of these nearby holiday concerts.
State and business officials have announced a new Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau to market the state as a place to hold meetings, conventions and sporting events.
The University of Connecticut has made the much anticipated move to the Hockey East Association for men’s ice hockey for the 2014-1015 season. the country.
Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna says the conference’s expansion plans are focused on the University of Connecticut.
The facility in the city’s North Meadows will shut down after an antique show on the weekend of September 17 and 18.
Crossover artist Taylor Swift brought her “Speak Now” tour to the XL Center Wednesday, the twelfth U.S. stop on a world tour which started in Singapore in February.
UConn’s 6-foot-5 freshman center Stefanie Dolson came into the season as the heir apparent to Tina Charles, last year’s national player of the year. She’s getting used to big expectations.