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U.S. and world news for July 5

https://youtu.be/nLpNDbOaPyo Highland Park mass shooting: Robert E. Crimo III, is being held by authorities in connection with their investigation into the mass shooting during yesterday’s July...

Sikorsky to shutter Philadelphia-area helicopter plant

The facility has a 360-person workforce.

Butler Tibbetts moves HQ from Darien to Southport

The law firm also has Manhattan and Philadelphia offices.

American Airlines returns to Tweed Airport

Tickets for the New Haven to Philadelphia flights go on sale Dec. 27.

Interior designer Bradley J. Clayton returns to his Connecticut roots

Clayton expressed amusement over do-it-yourself television shows making interior design look very easy.

American Airlines ending Tweed service to Philly, expands Charlotte flights

The Philadelphia service will be discontinued in favor of the Charlotte flights on Sept. 9.

Westport’s Dalzell Capital Partners expands Philadelphia multifamily holdings

Managing Partner Christian Dalzell stated that his company holds a "positive long-term outlook on Philadelphia, which is enjoying an accelerating economic expansion."

Danbury security/surveillance company acquired by branch of private equity firm

ComNet manufactures and distributes fiber optic, copper and wireless video and data transmission equipment for security and surveillance purposes.

Port study cites Bridgeport issues

A consultant determined Connecticut should invest more money in New Haven’s and New London’s port facilities than those in Bridgeport.

Putting the chichi in stadium chow

Even as CEO Des Hague concocts a leveraged buyout of Centerplate, his chefs are leveraging creativity to the hilt in the Stamford giant’s kitchens.

GE marks recycling milestone

GE has recycled 100,000 refrigerators in partnership with Appliance Recycling Centers of America.

‘Competitive again’

Bridgewater Associates planned headquarters in Stamford is seen as a turning point in the city’s efforts to attract more companies and bring down its 20 percent vacancy rate.

Report: Harbor Point ‘extraordinary’

A New York University researcher counts Stamford’s Harbor Point project among the most extraordinary in the nation.

Quinnipiac gets $1m gift

Quinnipiac University will bolster entrepreneurship studies with a $1 million gift from Carlton Highsmith.

GE Capital to continue downsizing

General Electric expects improvement at GE Capital – but still plans on cutting headcount.