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New life, new look for century-old Wall Street Theater in Norwalk

After years of being closed to the public and struggles in construction financing, the 102-year-old venue is now open for public and private events.

General Electric cutting 80 jobs in Norwalk

GE is looking to cut 25 percent of its corporate and research center jobs as part of a plan to trim at least $3 billion in expenses over two years.

Sale price of Tavern Island cut to $8.7M

First listed at $12.9 million in 2012, its price was reduced to $11 million in 2014 before being reduced again to $8.7 million.

OrthoConnecticut holding ribbon-cutting event in Danbury

The 40,000-square-foot facility at 2 Riverview Drive in the Berkshire Corporate Park, which opened earlier this year, consolidated the practice’s three Danbury office locations.

Norwalk Land Trust to buy 15.4-acre White Barn property for $5M

The White Barn property is along the Westport border and includes a 1-acre pond fed by Stony Brook watercourse system.

State OKs $56.8M to help companies expanding and relocating to Connecticut

Thirteen companies – including several in Fairfield County – have committed to growing 1,594 new jobs and retaining 2,949 employees across the state.

Rising signs for commercial office sales in Fairfield County

"The office market is better positioned than it has been for a long time,” says Kevin Welsh at Newmark Knight Frank.

Brookfield Property Partners makes pitch to buy company behind SoNo Collection

The $525 million, 717,000-square-foot SoNo Collection megamall is expected to open in Norwalk in October 2019.

Norwalk landscaper pleads guilty to tax fraud

Candido Valadares acknowledged underreporting hundreds of thousands of dollars in income between 2009 and 2011.

Norwalk moves ahead with master plan, says it will miss...

Although the city expects to miss its July 2018 deadline, the state is unlikely to penalize it, according to Planning & Zoning Department Director Steven Kleppin.

Priceline’s third-quarter profit rises, stock value drops

The company’s Booking.com division recorded approximately 1.5 million properties on its platform, up 41 percent over last year.

Frontier Communications revenue down again, but showing improvement

Net loss for the third quarter was $38 million – a significantly better than the second quarter's net loss of $662 million.

Though ‘not perfect,’ Connecticut budget earns mostly plaudits

Meanwhile, Comptroller Kevin Lembo said that, based on revenue and spending through Sept. 30, the state remained on track to end the current fiscal year with a $93.9 million deficit.

14 Westport Ave. in Norwalk sold for $2.9M

Constellation Health Services, which occupies 9,783 square feet, is the sole tenant in the three-story, 32,000-square-foot building.

Stew Leonard’s debuts same-day Instacart delivery service

Delivery options ranging from a same-day two-hour window or up to seven days in advance.