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CT Office of Tourism research program provides hope for summer months

“We’re confident the hard-hit tourism industry will help lead the state’s economic recovery as we see continued public health progress," said Connecticut Office of Tourism Director Randy Fiveash.

Maritime Aquarium sets course for expanded services, philanthropy under new leadership

“We want our visitors to come in as excited guests and leave as conservation stewards," says new president and CEO Jason Patlis, whose resume includes top positions at the Wildlife Conservation Society, the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, and the World Wildlife Fund.

Norwalk development going strong – but Walk Bridge still a thorn...

A recent bus tour by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy and Mayor Harry Rilling highlighted a number of projects now underway.

Maureen Hanley out as president and CEO of Maritime Aquarium after...

No reason was given for the move, which took place on Feb. 11 but has only now come to light.

Maureen Hanley is new Maritime Aquarium president/CEO

The Easton resident is the eighth president – and third woman to hold the position – in the 30-year history of the aquarium. She replaces Dr. Brian Davis, who left in May.

Maritime Aquarium warns boaters after third turtle death in Long Island...

“Three turtle deaths in the Sound is highly unusual – and completely unacceptable,” said the Norwalk aquarium's David Hudson.

Fairfield municipalities, tourism promoters cope with state budget cuts

In late June, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy sought to blot the state’s growing red ink by removing $130 million from the budget. Included in...

State tourism campaign drums on

Connecticut’s “Still Revolutionary” has raised awareness of the state and has promoted smaller attractions on a larger scale.

State to aid Globe Theatre redevelopment

The State Bond Commission appears likely to approve a $1.5 million grant to assist with the redevelopment of the historic Globe Theatre in Norwalk.

Where the trail leads

See you in September.

Consumer products and marketing in brief

Pepperidge Farm’s president is wrapping up his career at the Norwalk icon.