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Suite Talk: Jeff Wentzel, founder of the Connecticut Hemp Industry Association

"It's brand new and people are still learning," said Wentzel about the state's hemp industry. "Thankfully, the hemp community is about people helping each other out."

Barnum aims to educate young professionals on personal finance – for...

Class topics include Buying Your First Home, Creating a Budget, Couples and Money, and Making Sense of Student Loans.

Mother and daughter from Greenwich offer online interior design service Roomsecret

Rather than having to spend the time and considerable money doing an entire house – as is usually the case when working one-on-one with designers – homeowners can choose to do a room, or even an item, at a time.

Robert Granata officially takes over as First County Bank chairman/CEO

Granata replaces Chairman and CEO Reyno (Rey) Giallongo Jr., who is retiring.

Andi Gray: Letting others step up

It’s hard to teach others how to do an exact act that you want performed. I struggle with handing things over to others because...

Groups in 14 county municipalities receiving Neighborhood Assistance Act grants

The program is structured so that businesses that make charitable contributions to a qualified program are eligible to receive a credit, valued at 60% to 100% of the amount contributed, on their state corporate income tax.

$1M study to determine feasibility of reopening Danbury-to-Southeast rail line

The Maybrook Line began rail service in 1892 and ended service in 1974.

Hollywood on the Hudson: Lionsgate to be anchor tenant at new...

Hollywood is coming to Yonkers in the form of a new movie and television production studio that is expected to cost more than $100...

Robert F. Weinberg, co-founder of Robert Martin Co., dies at 90

In 1957, Weinberg and Martin Berger founded Robert Martin Co., which grew to develop and manage more than 6 million square feet of office and industrial complexes.

Chocoylatte Gourmet seeks to shake up the sweet tooth

"I tried 180 suppliers from all over the world and wanted to find the highest quality chocolate available," said Kelly Dantas.

Wilton’s Eco Chic Salon creates chemical-free beauty treatments

Ironically, Maestri-Murphy's previous chemical-free business shut down due to a toxic environment in her retail setting.

Norwalk startup puts the Moscow Mule in an Americanized can

To his surprise, Dean Mahoney has fielded inquiries from other countries to import 'Merican Mule.