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Greenwich home featured on ‘Property Brothers’ hits the market

The home's detached garage has been renovated into a custom finished home office with heating and cooling; other features include new mechanicals, new windows, a new roof, and a whole house generator.

Norwalk Republican registrar of voters stepping down after all

Norwalk's Republican Town Committee is now searching for a replacement candidate for the November election.

In the zone: Greenwich entrepreneur says time is right to invest...

“I’d say there’s more interest today than there was prior to COVID-19," says Jim White, who recently launched the PHT Opportunity Fund. "It’s a matter of educating or re-educating people on what kind of investments these can be.

New initiative – HealthCare Providers First – addresses PTSD, other issues...

The initiative, which quickly found support from such sponsors as the Connecticut State Medical Society, the Connecticut Nurses Association, and the Connecticut Psychiatric Association, launched with 30 phone volunteers in mid-June.

Retiring Greenwich Hospital leader Norman Roth: Facility emerging from COVID-19 stronger...

"Our leadership stepped up and did an amazing job, and I was so impressed with our staff, which never missed a beat," Roth said. "They ran to meet the challenge, as opposed to running away from the challenge.”

Stamford wrestling with unions to finalize budget that needs $32.2M cut

According to Arthur Augustyn, a spokesman for Mayor David Martin, the city needs to cut about $32.2 million from Martin’s $630 proposed budget in order to maintain its mill rate and not increase taxes for Fiscal Year 2020-21.

Despite GOP registrar of voters’ defiance, Norwalk moving ahead with termination

“Karen Doyle Lyons’ employment with the City of Norwalk will terminate on July 20, 2020,” Mayor Harry Rilling said in a statement.

BIC wins ruling banning importation of counterfeit lighters

The French company, whose U.S. headquarters are in Shelton, said the move will stop the importation of “low-quality, Chinese-made knock-off pocket lighters that imitate the design of BIC’s lighters without upholding BIC’s stringent safety and quality standards.”

Purdue Pharma’s Jonathan Sackler dies at 65

Jonathan Sackler, a member of the family behind Purdue Pharma, has died at the age of 65.

Cheesecake Factory at Stamford Town Center to close permanently on Aug....

Employees at the restaurant were first furloughed temporarily on March 17, a move that was originally envisioned to last six months or less.

State provides details on schools reopening; Lamont ‘rethinking’ allowing bars to...

Measures include desks inside of classrooms facing the same direction and spaced 6 feet apart when possible, while masks must be worn by staff and students, unless prevented by a medical condition.

USGA, other major golf tourneys moving from Fox to Stamford’s NBC...

NBC had previously broadcast the U.S. Open from 1995 to 2014; this year’s event, originally scheduled for June 18-21, will run Sept. 17-20.

Norwalk GOP registrar of voters resists demands for resignation in wake...

Having originally agreed to step down, Lyons has since rescinded that offer.

CT tourism sector launches $1.2 million recovery campaign in midst of...

Although one national forecast says that domestic travel spending will drop 40% this year, Connecticut Office of Tourism Director Randy Fiveash maintains that Connecticut's hospitality sector is “a very resilient industry,” and predicted that thousands of lost jobs will quickly be filled as the summer goes on.

‘Retail is theater’: Arhaus opens at SoNo Collection

Chief Marketing Officer Jen Porter said the company believes the Norwalk mall "is perfectly positioned to become the go-to center for home décor in Fairfield County."