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The Acoustic, a Bridgeport indie music staple, closes after 20 years

The venue asked for PayPal donations to help cover outstanding debts.

Schools in NY to remain closed for balance of school year;...

Schools in New York state will remain closed for the balance of the current school year, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced today. Cuomo said...

Last picture show: iPic Entertainment closing Dobbs Ferry theater

The iPic theater at Rivertowns Square in Dobbs Ferry will be showing its last movie on Sunday, after its parent company, iPic Entertainment Inc.,...

Ridgefield’s Garden of Ideas is closing

A fundraising seeking 1,600 people willing to pledge $600 only received 130 pledges.

Three local Charming Charlie stores impacted by retailer’s shutdown

The stores in Yorktown Heights, Nanuet and Yonkers are among the 268 locations being closed.

Red Robin in Danbury Fair Mall is shut down

The restaurant in the Danbury Fair Mall opened on Nov. 11, 2013, and is one of 10 locations that the chain is closing this quarter.

19 Court Aristan Foods closed after failed crowdfunding effort

The restaurant set a $75,000 goal but only raised $1,665.

Dressbarn to wind down business, shut 660 stores

"This decision was difficult, but necessary," said Chief Financial Officer Steven Taylor.

Fairfield County’s last Friendly’s restaurant to close

The Danbury location is one of three Connecticut restaurants to shut down.

Ridgefield’s Little Pub plans to shut down

Little Pub will continue to operate its eateries in Fairfield, Greenwich, Wilton and Old Saybrook.

Tiago’s Bar & Grill in Bridgeport closes

The establishment was promoting its "Last Day of 2018" bash one day before it abruptly announced its closing.

Johnny Gelato becomes latest Ridgefield retailer to shut down

The closing follows the departure of the Purple Frog Gift Shop, Cheers Ridgefield and William Raveis from Main Street.

Lupe’s Drug Store in Fairfield closes after 64 years

Lupe’s is the third family-owned business in Fairfield to announce its closing this fall.

Fairfield’s J. Albert Johnson Jewelers closes after 103 years

Founded in 1915, J. Albertson Johnson Jewelers was bought from its eponymous owner by the Kiselstein family in 1953.

Last-minute deal saves Westport’s Black Duck Cafe

“The outpouring of support from our loyal patrons over the past few days has been deeply moving and gratifying," said the eatery's owners on Facebook.