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A resident of Bethel, Anderson joined Webster in 2009 and is a senior vice president in its Middle Market banking group.
"I have no plans to retire," founder and CEO Randy Salvatore says. “I hope we can have this conversation again 25 years from now.
According to the state Department of Consumer Protection, as of May 2 there were 11,925 registered medical marijuana patients in Fairfield County.
“What was your ‘Why’?” That is the question that Cathy Howard, director of Griswold Home Care in Stratford, said she was being most frequently asked...
Among the new hires at the locally owned and operated phone company is engineer John Licari, a Bethel resident.
“It was never the intention to punish individuals who were following the rules,” says State Rep. Jillian Gilchrest.
The company develops components for aerospace and defense applications.
The grants are being made through the Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP); this is the first time since 2016 that the state has awarded STEAP funding.
Within Fairfield County, "red zone" municipalities now include Bethel, Bridgeport, Brookfield, Danbury, Monroe, Norwalk, Shelton, Stamford, and Stratford.
Purchases can no longer be made on its U.S. e-commerce site.
That the Newtown operation is at 6 Queen St. in the Big Y Plaza is no coincidence; the pair expect plenty of traffic from Newtown Middle School, where youngsters frequently walk home after classes.
According to the CTSBDC, 99% of the state’s businesses are considered a small business, with 500 employees or less.
"Connecticut's realtors have their fingers on the pulse of our state economy -- when markets are looking strong, they're often the first ones to see it," said State Sen. Will Haskell (D-26th), the first Democrat to get the group's nod in that district in a decade.
The combined organization will be a single not-for-profit, mission-driven organization.
According to Grandview Research, global contactless-payment transactions were worth $1.06 trillion in 2019 and were predicted – before the pandemic, at any rate – to reach $1.32 trillion this year.