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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.

Bush-Holley House campus is aiming for $18.5M fundraising effort

Greenwich site to receive new galleries and upgraded access.

Student loan debt: dealing with a massive burden

Local colleges and universities detail different strategies to assist debt-weighted students.

When smaller banks face cybersecurity challenges

Despite challenges in limited resources and manpower, smaller banks are standing up against cyber attacks.

Grandmother builds microbusiness with weighted blankets

Gloria Bass' home-based business reaches a national audience via Facebook.

Developer offers backstory on Bridgeport’s Bijou Square

Developer Phil Kuchma offers the back stories on the changes at the Bridgeport destination.

Lyft returns to Connecticut

On-demand ride-sharing service offers special discount for new passengers.

Fairfield foreclosure activity on the decline

However, the area's foreclosure activity is above the national average.

Connecticut home sales and prices take a tumble

The state's single-family housing market did not have a September to remember.

Do hospital rating systems make the grade?

Government agencies and private groups give user-friendly reviews of hospitals a thumbs-up, but the institutions have their doubts.

Greenwich real estate exec named top Clinton fundraiser in Connecticut

Richard Richman, chairman and founder of the Greenwich-based Richman Group Inc., has brought in more than $1 million to the Democrat's presidential campaign.

Bigelow CEO discusses balancing family and business

Cindi Bigelow details how she prioritizes personal and professional responsibilities.

Drought watch declared in Connecticut

Fairfield County is one of six counties impacted by Gov. Malloy's announcement.

Nightclub owner gets three years for Ponzi scheme

21-year-old Ian Bick is sent to prison for defrauding friends and acquaintances out of $480,000.

Massage therapist extends reach to people’s funny bones

Bridgeport-based Lynn Mosher pursues proprietary massage therapy and stand-up comedy.

WWE underwhelms in Q3 earnings

The Stamford-based company came in below analyst estimates on revenue and EPS.