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Law firm Willinger, Willinger & Bucci opens Shelton office

The new office occupies 8,800 square feet on the fifth floor of Shelton’s 1000 Bridgeport Ave.

Bars, restaurants doing what they can in face of COVID-19 ban

“Restaurants are not buying a lot of kegs these days,” one craft brewer noted wryly.

Retired state’s attorney John Smriga joins Bridgeport law firm

The Shelton resident, who retired from the state’s attorney’s office on Feb. 1, will concentrate on Part A criminal matters and the investigation of civil rights cases at The Law Office of Robert Berke.

Onetime Shelton brownfield property acquired by developers for $700K

Plans call for the construction of a five-story mixed-use building featuring 75 apartments and retail, pending Planning & Zoning Commission approval.

Shelton’s Edgewell, under FTC pressure, drops acquisition of Harry’s Inc.

Harry's Inc. issued a statement insisting it "would have prevailed in litigation."

BIC debuts Made for You grooming products line

"A rising population of consumers are seeking a high performing product that addresses their needs, regardless of gender," said Mary Fox, general manager of BIC North America.

FTC sues to block Shelton’s Edgewell from acquiring competitor Harry’s Inc.

The FTC accused Edgewell of trying to "short-circuit competition by buying up its newer rival."

Dems slam brakes on tolls vote; issue remains in political limbo

Next week’s expected vote on tolls has been canceled by Democrat legislators, leaving its future in doubt. But those same leaders have apparently decided they...

Newtown becomes 28th municipality to pass ‘no tolls’ resolution

The General Assembly is expected to vote on the tolls bill early next week, following a public hearing scheduled for tomorrow.

J. Allen Kosowsky merges CPA firm with CironeFriedberg

Before starting his own firm in 1981, Kosowsky was a principal with Ernst & Young and COO and CFO at two privately corporations.

Bed Bath & Beyond closing two area stores

The Shelton store is the only Connecticut location impacted by the chain's closures.

BIC scores infringement lawsuit win over Arrow Lighter

BIC's Steve Burkhart warned that "low-quality non-compliant imported lighters are rampant in the U.S. market."

Bridgeport’s Harbor Yard Amphitheater gets ready for summer opening

Developer Howard Saffan says “a combination of Murphy’s Law and the weather" delayed the venue's opening by more than a year -- and that its original $15 million budget has been exceeded "dramatically."

LiveWire Sound and Image moves HQ from Shelton to Stratford

Vidal/Wettenstein represented the tenant and property owner in the transaction.

Necdet Ergul, founder of defense manufacturer Microphase Corp., dies at 96

During Microphase’s first year in business, it designed a diplexer for Lockheed Martin.