INDUSTRIES

Newtown manufacturer Sonics marks 50 years by passing leadership from father...

Having received his first patent, for the ultrasonic method of welding thermoplastic parts, in 1962, founder/CEO Robert Soloff started the supplier of ultrasonic welding systems and ultrasonic liquid processors in Danbury seven years later.

White Plains restaurant crowdfunds for $75K to stay in business

A struggling restaurant in downtown White Plains has turned to crowdfunding to seek the money needed to keep its operations afloat.

Chappaqua Crossing almost crossing the finish line

“We are so excited to be opening a second location in Chappaqua Crossing,” said Tanya Tochner, who owns the boutique ROCKS, which also has a location in Armonk.

Suite Talk: Phil Pappas, executive director of the Connecticut Brewers Guild

"Craft beer itself has a $750 million impact on the State of Connecticut," said Pappas.

Performance Flight takes off with technology in education 

Lewis Liebert said that what they’re doing is different even from what’s happening with technology outside of aviation in public and private education.

Big money vs. grassroots efforts part of fierce toll debate in...

The tolls issue is pitting a deep-pocketed, pro-tolls coalition called Move CT Forward against a grassroots group with the straightforward moniker No Tolls CT.

White Plains collects some IDA development tax breaks for taxpayers

Sales tax exemptions and mortgage abatements are among the most common benefits the Westchester IDA provides and have been seemingly routinely granted to developers of projects in White Plains.

China Construction America marks opening of River Club at Hudson Park...

Pricing begins at $1,720 for studios, $2,190 for one-bedroom units, and $2,870 for two bedrooms.

Lamont to sign minimum-wage hike into law after Senate passage

The hourly minimum wage will increase from the current $10.10 to $11 on Oct. 1; $12 on Sept. 1, 2020; $13 on August 1, 2021; $14 on July 1, 2022; and $15 on June 1, 2023.

Connecticut gained 300 jobs in April

CBIA's Pete Gioia complained the job growth was "lethargic and is subpar" compared with New England.

State GOP unveils five-step transportation plan in lieu of tolls

The plan includes dedicating $375 million in General Obligation bonding to transportation annually for the next five years.

Poughkeepsie McDonald’s called out on social media for parking lot towing...

One Facebook user said her car was booted within five minutes of her leaving and returning to the property.