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Trumbull First Selectman Tesoro touts town’s resilience during pandemic

She acknowledged the Westfield mall's difficulties in the midst of e-commerce and pandemic challenges.

WBDC announces $400K in grants being awarded to 44 women-owned businesses...

Roughly 32% of the recipients are minorities.

Suite Talk: Jia Jia Ye, co-founder and CEO of Springtide Child...

"The CDC says one in 54 kids had autism," said Ye.

Springtide Child Development Center opens autism treatment facility in Ridgefield

The organization opened its first center in Trumbull in March 2020.

340-unit Royce at Trumbull sells for $82 million

Built in 1998, property has original finishes in about 46% of its 340 units.

Trumbull’s CooperSurgical buys U.K. maker of fetal pillow for $52.2M

The FDA-approved product is used to elevate the fetal head during a fully dilated cesarean section, making the delivery easier and less traumatic for the mother and baby.

Bridgeport restaurant owner arrested on bribery and interfering charges

Vazzano was released on a $50,000.00 non-surety bond.

CooperSurgical aims to improve fertility treatment via work with Australian firm

Infertility affects approximately 15% of couples worldwide, an estimated 48.5 million couples, according to CooperSurgical.

Trumbull’s CooperSurgical acquires California medical device firm

CooperSurgical produces and markets a wide array of products and services for use by women’s health care clinicians.

Trumbull firm debuts fall detection app for seniors

FallCall Detect is being unveiled in the AARP Innovation Labs booth at CES 2021.

Planet Fitness strives to remain (financially) fit with safety innovations

The company recently added a new “Crowd Meter” feature to its free app, which allows members to monitor gym capacity – currently limited to 50% -- in real time.

After 20 years, Trumbull moves ahead with $7M purchase of 25...

The property will be purchased with 20-year municipal bonds.  

Historic Trumbull home hits market for $749K

Built in 1760, the 3,196-square-foot house is named after one of the grandsons of John Mallett, a French native who emigrated to the U.S. with a group of Huguenots in 1691.

Pet Valu retail chain to shutter all 358 U.S. stores

Purchases can no longer be made on its U.S. e-commerce site.

Preference for home health care here to stay, says operator of...

Phoenix virtual care platform eVisit reported a 3,900% increase in the number of providers added to its system in the first quarter of this year compared to Q1 2019.