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The prize for the best costume starts here

With Halloween around the corner, Sophia’s Costumes and Gifts in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich can help you with your adult costume party needs.

Bank of America closing three Connecticut branches in 2024

Locations in Cos Cob, Norwalk and Hartford are being shuttered.

Finger-lickin’ good chicken at Wildacre Rotisserie  

Wildacre Rotisserie, a new chicken joint on a glorious site in Cos Cob, offers clucking great flavors and value for money. 

Veterinary Emergency Group opens first Connecticut location

This will be the company's 40th location.

Wildacre Rotisserie’s Ben Pote: ‘You have to be a little bit...

Pote is seeking to expand the concept of rotisserie chicken beyond the Boston Market approach.

Cos Cob’s Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment acquires Redbox

Redbox has experienced financial difficulties since going public last October.

Island Fin Poké coming to Cos Cob

This will be the chain's second eatery in New England.

Rotisserie chicken restaurant coming to Cos Cob

An opening day has not been scheduled.

Greenwich’s red-hot residential market up 12.8% in third quarter

Cos Cob recorded a 21.4% increase in average sales price, and a 39% rise in units sold, according to Sotheby's International.

Greenwich home sales soared in second quarter

Greater Greenwich posted an 87.3% increase over Q2 2020.

Stamford’s Gofer Ice Cream looking to franchise beyond CT

Gofer opened its first store in 2003 and has since grown, with both company- and franchisee-owned shops in Greenwich, Cos Cob, Stamford, Wilton, and Darien.

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.

Two new eateries set up shop in Greenwich

The Little Beet Table at 376 Greenwich Ave. is the firm's first Connecticut location.

Nordic Fish Market opening in Fairfield

Co-owner Jardar Nygaard has been in the seafood industry since the age of 16, and was the sole owner of Fjord Fisheries in Greenwich from 2001-12.

Gary Hirsch finds luxury rental market offers housing alternative

Developer Gary Hirsch, his wife, Diane, and partner Jim Lash have found a niche in real estate renting single-family homes in Westchester and Connecticut and are also developing infill buildings with luxury apartments for rent.