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The popular brewery and restaurant announces it is closing July 20.
Two First County Bank executives, including Karen M. Kelly of Norwalk, are now involved with the institution's philanthropic work.
Sports Authority will give out coupons for the first 250 customers through the doors after it opens at 8 a.m. Saturday, and offer drawings for gift cards later.
Merchants all around Darien will have tents outdoors with discounted sale items.
Crumbs Cupcake stores may not be closed for long, if a group of investors can close on a deal to refinance and buy the company, CNBC reports.
If you've never tried gourmet, top-of-the-line olive oil, then you don't know how good it gets — you've got to do a taste test at Olivette, now opening in Westport.
The Crumbs Bake Shop chain closes all stores, including one in Westport and others in Stamford and Greenwich, after financial struggles.
Sounds like a win-win — someone will get a new home, the selling real estate agent get the commission and a Bentley convertible.
Malware apparently was installed on credit card readers at six Splash Car Wash locations in Connecticut.
Help-wanted listings to give you ideas about what jobs are available not too far from here in lower Fairfield County.
The popular clothing retailer will receive a $6 million loan from the state to finance the headquarters and to hire up to 200 new employees.
In addition to celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez's restaurant Paloma, the popular Fortina restaurant in Armonk, NY, plans to open a Stamford outpost.
Where are you going to eat this weekend? Reviewers are buzzing about F.I.S.H. Restaurant & Bar in downtown Stamford (yes, it's a seafood restaurant).
The chain of 1,800 restaurants announced Tuesday that it is dumping all artificial additives in its food.
Update your resume: Workers are needed for four restaurants opening this summer at the Harbor Point redevelopment in Stamford's South End.