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CT tribes cutting investment in proposed East Windsor casino

Uncertainty over just how much demand there is for more casino gambling in the region was cited as a factor in the decision.

Norwalk’s Peaches Southern Pub migrating to Manhattan

According to owner and Norwalk resident Greer Fredericks, the move is part of a plan to potentially open a chain of Peaches throughout New York City.

Plan to convert vacant Stamford corporate park into fitness center regains...

Nearby residents' objections to the proposed Life Time fitness center, which has been on the boards for over two years, revolve around traffic and noise.

Connecticut tolls bill dead in the water … unless it isn’t

While Gov. Ned Lamont said "I think it's time to take a pause” on the issue, Senate Democrats insist they're still working on bringing the trucks-only toll bill up for a vote.

Enrollment dips for Access Health CT

AHCT attributed the decline in part to the fact that more residents are receiving health insurance coverage through their employers.

Vote on CT tolls pushed to at least next week; GOP...

Among Democrats expected to oppose the bill is Sen. Alex Bergstein, D-Greenwich, who has publicly indicated her preference for tolls on all vehicles.

Onetime Shelton brownfield property acquired by developers for $700K

Plans call for the construction of a five-story mixed-use building featuring 75 apartments and retail, pending Planning & Zoning Commission approval.

Coldwell Banker unveils ‘Exclusive Look’ marketing tool for Westchester, Connecticut

Coldwell Banker agents can broadcast new public listings the moment they’re signed to a network of as many as 47,000 Coldwell Banker agents across the U.S.

Black Rock Realty reveals plans for long-delayed Fairfield Metro Center

The 10-acre project at 219 Ash Creek Blvd. would include five apartment buildings featuring 357 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.

Commercial property in Norwalk trades hands for $965K

Previously owned by Mizing Paloian Trust, the 0.38-acre property is comprised of two buildings.

Voting security in CT: Not another Iowa, but cyberthreats persist

While Merrill said she feels good about the legitimacy of vote tabulation in the state, she warned that cyber-based “creators of propaganda” are a more worrisome concern: “They’re spreading false information about our elections -- in 2018 there was one website telling people that the election was being held on a different day.”

Norwalk’s Fat Cat Pie Co. ending 16-year Wall Street run

“Our time here in the Twin City Building (at 7-11 Wall St.) is coming to a close," says the pizzeria and wine bar. “Cat’s outta the bag and the building,”

Reactions to Lamont’s speech, budget: Good, but room for improvement

On tolls, Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick said the governor “needs to once and for all just give it up. He’s changed positions so many times, and the way it stands now it’s not going to make anywhere near the money that’s needed.”

Bethel’s 85-year-old Blue Jay Orchards up for sale

Blue Jay has long been an attraction for locals and tourists, with hayrides and a popular “pick your own apples” business.

Amazon 4-star store opens today in SoNo Collection

"We will constantly be experimenting with new categories, updating the assortment frequently, and responding to customer feedback," Amazon executive Drew Sheriff tells the Business Journal.