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Outback Steakhouse exits Danbury, Dollar Tree enters Wilton

The new Dollar Tree is the chain's sixth location in Fairfield County.

Realtor Halstead merged into Brown Harris Stevens

Halstead achieved the highest sale price in 2019 -- $50 million -- of a waterfront estate in Greenwich.

Encouraging signs for Fairfield County’s residential real estate market amid COVID...

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties reported leasing increases of 90% in Wilton, 75% in Westport and about 27% in Greenwich from March 1-April 29.

Power Home Remodeling Group expansion includes move to Trumbull

The company, headquartered in the Philadelphia region, is the nation's largest full-service exterior home remodeler.

Aspetuck Land Trust acquires Gilbertie’s Farm in Easton for $2 million

The land trust intends to keep Gilbertie’s -- the largest certified organic greenhouse operation in the Northeast -- as a working farm in perpetuity and is exploring ways the farm can be more accessible to the community.

Outback parent significantly cutting hours for thousands nationwide, including 702 in...

Affected workers in Fairfield County include 64 at 14 Danbury Road in Wilton; 89 at 698 Bridgeport Ave. in Shelton; and 66 at 116 Newtown Road in Danbury.

Where’s the money? SBA loan mishaps have small businesses teetering on...

The president of one Stamford company said she’d been sparring with Chase – her bank of choice for over 25 years – over her firm’s PPP loan practically since the program was announced. “They’re probably the poster child for incompetency," she said.

NFL alumni group donating 14,000 surgical masks to area first responders

The masks will be distributed at Darien Town Hall, at 2 Renshaw Road, today to representatives of Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, and Wilton.

Connecticut’s first presumptive positive COVID-19 case involves Wilton resident

The patient is believed to have contracted the coronavirus during a trip to California.

Ex-Stamford CFO Michael Handler joins BLT’s exec committee

The New Canaan resident joins a team "committed to exploring the benefits public/private partnerships can yield for Connecticut and on a national level as we continue on our mission to create and enhance vibrant ecosystems where individuals can live, work, play and stay," BLT said.

Curtain up: SHU eyes late fall opening for renovated Fairfield Community...

The facility at 1410 Post Road, closed since 2011, will re-emerge as a state-of-the-art facility for film events, live performances, and educational programs.

Suite Talk: Carrie Brady, owner of Possibilities Farm

"Horses have jobs in the herd and Sweet Potato’s job is the security for the herd," said Brady.

People keep encouraging hackers, cyber expert Al Alper says

“The single biggest threat today is IoT,” Alper warned.

Michael Wrinn leaving Norwalk P&Z to become Wilton Town Planner

Wrinn replaces Bob Nerney, who is retiring after serving 18 years.

Need to ‘do a better job’ in marketing CT to business...

Marketing an individual company is obviously not the same as marketing an entire state. But according to Peter Denious, who in August was appointed...