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Phil Hall is a former United Nations-based reporter for Fairchild Broadcast News, the author of nine books (including the upcoming "Moby Dick: The Radio Play"), the host of the SoundCloud podcast "The Online Movie Show," co-host of the WAPJ-FM talk show "Nutmeg Chatter" and a writer with credits in The New York Times, New York Daily News, Hartford Courant, Wired, The Hill's Congress Blog and Profit Confidential.

Westport’s Gemspring Capital acquires Skyline Displays

A Skyline dealer, TradeTec in Chicago, was also acquired by Gemspring Capital as part of the acquisition.

Massachusetts’ Callahan Construction Managers opens White Plains office

The new office is the first regional outpost for Callahan, which was founded in 1954 and focuses on the Northeast markets.

CT and NY attorneys general file new lawsuit against EPA on...

"Connecticut sits at the end of our nation's tailpipe, inhaling smog from our country's heaviest polluters," said Tong.

Personal chef Eliana Grubel brings clients to better health one meal...

"It is very confusing to buy at supermarket," she stated

Suite Talk: John Kitzie, CEO of HomeServe USA

"There is a real shortage in skilled trades, and that shortage is growing," said Kitzie.

CBD startup taps Dutchess County farm for hemp production

"When it is time for harvesting, you are dealing with plants the height of a man," Lonsdale said.

Mackenzies, a New Canaan candy and gift store, to close after...

The owners cited "high rent prices, other operational cost increases and decline in local shopping."

Weak Q4 single-family home market for Fairfield County

Greenwich recorded the highest average fourth quarter sales price for a single-family home at $2.16 million.

American Airlines cuts back on service from Tweed Airport

Sean Scanlon, the executive director at Tweed, cited reduced demand during the winter for the cutback.

The Halal Guys open first local franchise at The Galleria in...

The longtime staple of New York City's sidewalk food scene has restaurant franchises across the country and overseas.

White Plains attorney Seth M. Mandelbaum to chair Westchester Parks Foundation

Mandelbaum has served as the organization’s vice chairman since 2015.

CT casinos report slot revenue declines for December

The Connecticut casinos do not report their table-games revenue and do not share those earnings with the state.

Mount Vernon, Newburgh and White Plains to receive Cities RISE grants

"Cities RISE provides a thoughtful approach to how municipalities revitalize its communities," said Attorney General Letitia James.

New study names Yonkers the second-worst U.S. city for newlyweds

Destify ranked Pittsburgh as the best place for living happily ever after.

UConn claims to generate $5.3B in economic activity

The Storrs campus had the greatest economic impact by contributing $2.7 billion to state output.