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Groups in 14 county municipalities receiving Neighborhood Assistance Act grants

The program is structured so that businesses that make charitable contributions to a qualified program are eligible to receive a credit, valued at 60% to 100% of the amount contributed, on their state corporate income tax.

Forever 21 reportedly latest retail chain to consider bankruptcy

If true, Forever 21’s bankruptcy would follow in the recent footsteps of a number of high-profile stores like Payless, Toys R Us and Charlotte Russe.

Lord & Taylor chain sold for $100 million

Purchaser Le Tote said it expects to extend employment offers to “the vast majority” of L&T employees, including those in such locations as Danbury, Stamford, Scarsdale and Yonkers.

Fairfield County malls staying the course as tenants come and go

Meanwhile, most eyes are trained on The SoNo Collection in Norwalk, where several stores are scheduled to open Oct. 11.

Trumbull economic development cruising along

But uncertainty over the Westfield Trumbull mall's controversial plan to add apartments -- and a pair of legal challenges over a proposed senior living complex at the massive 48 Monroe Turnpike -- continues.

Shearwater Coffee Bar brews up new location in Westport

Business has grown at Shearwater's flagship store in Fairfield by 20% year-over-year, according to owner Ed Freedman.

Trumbull resident strikes again with Code Ninjas franchise in Fairfield

Anu Kothandaraman, who now operates two of the computer coding-for-kids franchises in Trumbull and Fairfield, has her sights set on Norwalk and Milford.

Unique Trumbull coworking operation signs first two leases

“We’re very encouraged by the growth of this kind of concept," says Robert Miller, senior managing director at leasing agent Colliers International.

Office building in Trumbull’s Commerce Center sells for $2M

The unnamed buyer bought the smaller 15,000-square-foot office tower for use as its new corporate headquarters.

Ground-breaking set for Long Hill Village development in Trumbull

The 3-acre site has been mostly vacant since the close of Cast Iron Chop House and the former Marisa’s Restaurant in the fall of 2017.

Fairfield County a big draw for entry-level homebuyers

“Right now, the condo market is very strong," said Douglas Elliman’s Scott Elwell.

SeaQuest ‘interactive aquarium’ coming to Trumbull with plenty of creatures (and...

“SeaQuest has an abysmal record of violating laws and regulations,” says Debbie Leahy, manager, captive wildlife protection at the Humane Society of the United States.

Malls facing an uncertain future – even before SoNo Collection arrives

Even as the area anxiously awaits the much-hyped opening of the SoNo Collection megamall in Norwalk, there are conflicting signs about just how healthy the shopping mall sector is.

CT Convention & Sports Bureau doing more with less – at...

“We are an economic driver for the state," says the bureau's president Robert Murdock. "If you give us more money, we will make more money for you."

Adaptive reuse of unwanted office space into residential continues to grow...

Rising residential demand — and a declining interest in Class B and C office buildings — is continuing to fuel a wave of adaptive repurposing and reuse in Fairfield County.