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EXCLUSIVE: The Business Council of Fairfield County had considered shutting before...

“The Business Council has a lot of resources that it provided to the community," James Fitzgerald tells the Business Journal. "It’s a little too soon (to discuss a possible resurrection after the coronavirus crisis has passed), but there are all sorts of ideas flying out. We’ll evaluate them when it’s appropriate.”

Stamford marijuana dispensary acquired by Massachusetts firm

If approved by the state Department of Consumer Protection, the deal will give Curaleaf control of three of the state’s 18 dispensaries.

Choyce Peterson named listing agent for 1200 High Ridge Road in...

The three-story, 55,714-square-foot building was constructed in 1969.

The Business Council of Fairfield County folding in face of COVID-19

The move comes less than three months after the board named Erin Flynn its new president and CEO after Chris Bruhl retired from that position after 30 years.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Lamont ordering nonessential businesses to close; Dalios donate $3M...

"It's tough medicine," the governor remarked. "I think it's the right medicine."

Stamford announces opening of new COVID-19 testing site

Mayor David Martin said the city is exploring other potential drive-through testing sites to expand testing capacity in Stamford as demand increases.

WWE moves WrestleMania to training facility; no live audience

“Only essential personnel will be on the closed set at WWE’s training facility in Orlando, Florida, to produce WrestleMania," the Stamford company said in a statement.

All bets are off at Bobby V’s through end of the...

Sportech, which operates the gaming operations at the Stamford sports bar, said its online and mobile sites remain open, and telephone betting will also continue to be available.

Vineyard Vines shutters stores through March 27

The Stamford-based retailer will continue to pay store teams for any previously scheduled shifts during the shutdown.

Will sports betting approval in Connecticut crap out?

“We’re just following multiple states in establishing some sports betting in our state," says Rep. Joseph Gresko (D-Stratford). "This way we keep that potential revenue here in the State of Connecticut.”

COVID-19 CRISIS: Lamont issues exec order to limit public gatherings to...

The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) State Laboratory has identified three additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Gov Ned Lamont announced today. To...

UPDATE: WWE cancels XFL; soldiers on – at least for now...

The Stamford firm says it is still committed to holding WrestleMania, its biggest show of the year, in Tampa Bay on April 5 but that it is "monitoring the situation closely."

Bogopa Enterprises bids $75M for bankrupt Fairway Market assets

Bogopa operates 26 supermarkets in the Tri-State region under the "Food Bazaar" banner.

Stamford Mayor Martin delivers $630M budget proposal; would increase taxes by...

Unfunded retirement costs, school facility restoration related to mold prevention, and health/COVID-19 emergency preparation are among the unusual items contained in the proposal.

Stamford’s REINNO looks to disrupt real estate investing with tokenization

“Most of our competitors just do the tokenization,” co-founder Barry Moniês says. “But we do that, plus we’re a lender, plus we’re going to be launching our own marketplace, a Craigslist for tokenized properties if you will.”