Killingworth In Business
As East Haven and surrounding communities strive to keep residents safe during the COVID-19 crisis, the business community is taking part in the efforts, even as businesses large and small are facing their own crises.
It was a hardy crew that assembled Dec. 18 at the former East Haven landfill at 240 Commerce Street to break ground for a 1.3-megawatt solar project to be built by Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC. By spring, the intent is to have about 4,000 solar panels on the 20-acre capped landfill site.
Two new businesses could be coming to town after the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) approved plans. Now, it’s up to other boards to approve or deny them.
Hoax Brewing Company celebrated its first anniversary with a three-day festival at The Beeracks in East Haven March 22 through 24.
On Feb. 20, Guilford First Selectman MattHoey was named the interim director of Tweed New Haven Airport Authority at a time when the authroity is considering some substantial changes.
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill and Attorney General George Jepsen are warning businesses across Connecticut about a mailing being sent by "Workplace Compliance Services" purporting to be an official "Annual Report Instruction Form," alleging that payment is required by Connecticut law.
Sale of a portion of the old high school building located at 200 Tyler Street has been unanimously approved by the Town Council, clearing the way for a joint public/private partnership with WinnCompanies that will bring 70 units of senior housing and develop a multi-purpose community center in the long-vacant building.
Center Podiatry Advanced Footcare Center is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Center Podiatry’s team of physicians and board-certified surgeons offers complete podiatric care including in-office and hospital surgery, custom made orthotics, and emergency appointments in its five locations: East Haven, Clinton, Orange, Guilford, and Higganum.