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140+ attractions to participate in Connecticut Open House Day

The 17th annual Connecticut Open House Day will take place on June 12 with over 140 attractions across the state participating, including 23 in Fairfield County.

Study finds Fairfield County leads metro region in absorbing NYC exodus

Toms River, New Jersey, saw the highest year-over-year spike in home sales last year.

Fairfield County Q1 office leasing down 34%

Transactions under 10,000 square feet accounted for 35% of the leased square footage.

12 Fairfield County residents cited in Forbes world’s billionaires list

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos with a net worth of $177 billion.

Study: Fairfield County is a great place for families, not homebuyers

The county has three localities in Niche.com's list of most diverse communities.

On Feb. 25, ‘everyone can be a philanthropist’

Juanita James, president and CEO of Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, is used to running short on sleep in February, especially on the charity’s biggest...

Impact FFC announces new partnership program

Fairfield County’s top all-female giving circle is about to go beyond grant funding to develop a knowledgeable, driven army of change agents, with the...

The Upside: Doughnut pop-up takes off in Wilton

Nothing goes together like barbecue and doughnuts, right? Okay, maybe not. But the story of Hugh Mangum’s latest culinary venture goes from one to...

Chris Motl: Optimistic trends for midsize businesses in Connecticut

With a new year and a new vaccine, there’s reason to be optimistic for the start of an economic recovery across the region in...

Travel industry preps for pent-up demand in 2021

While the travel industry has certainly taken a hit this year, desire for travel has only grown due to pent-up demand, a factor that...

Webster Bank to close Norwalk and Stamford branches

The bank has no plans to close any of its Westchester branches.

Stamford inventor’s Christmas tree alarm back on track for large scale...

Facing down funding challenges and a pandemic that halted his manufacturing, Stamford inventor Marc Toland has reached agreements with several large retailers to carry...

Danbury loses Lord & Taylor, gains Five Below

This will be Danbury's second Five Below store.

NY Fed chief sees signs of economic weakening

John Williams said that while previous federal government aid packages served to put a lot of money into peoples’ pocketbooks, the expiration of aid programs along with an increase in cases could be a double whammy for 2021.

Fairfield County edition of Natural Awakenings magazine for sale

A sales price for the monthly publication was not publicly listed.