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The sole grocery store in Essex, Colonial Fresh Market on Westbrook Road, is “temporarily closed,” according to handwritten signs affixed to the doors with blue painter’s tape. The market’s sudden closure has left residents, neighboring stores and local officials with unanswered questions.
Saybrook Point Inn, Marina and Spa in Old Saybrook has been providing hospitality and sunrise views for four decades, and now, it will continue that tradition under a new name: Saybrook Point Resort & Marina.
A large biotech/bioscience company is currently considering Madison for a large corporate headquarters on a property that is subject to a special zoning regulation, according to Town Planner Dave Anderson.
On Monday, Feb. 3 the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) will hold a public hearing at which the public can weigh in on two applications concerning the future of former Unilever headquarters.
The proposed Indian River Landing development to be built on the old Morgan School property is another step closer to becoming a reality
Generations Psychiatry Services (GPS) is a new private practice in Branford that provides comprehensive psychiatry services, including psychiatric evaluations, psychotherapy, and psychiatric medication management.
Colorado Prairie CBD Outlet offers cannabidiol (CBD) oil infused products for retail and wholesale, as well as other CBD and hemp products that come straight from the hemp farm and seed to sale operation in Colorado, in its new North Branford location.
In an effort to support the budding redevelopment at the former Unilever headquarters, the town is considering in offering a tax abatement to the owner of the property.
While NFL fans might be caught up anticipating the league’s annual football championship spectacle in February, Madison residents might want to start whetting their appetites for a different kind of Super Bowl.
Two separate applications - one for condominiums and another for a brewery - will be on the agenda of a Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) meeting on Monday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. in Town Hall.
The land use office is expecting a formal application in the coming days, though there is no official application on record as of press time.
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.
Jai Yoga Center opened in Madison this October with the intent to elevate and expand unity and consciousness, offering Kundalini-inspired classes like Kundalini Yoga, Kids Yoga, Chair Yoga, Yoga Nidra, healing workshops, and more.
Chester is home to the Connecticut Restaurant Association’s Restaurant of the Year 2019: Grano Arso.
Residents and visitors may have some new entertainment options next summer pending results on an application for an ice cream café and mini golf course off Route One at the Madison border.
The new year will bring fresh beginnings to one of Clinton’s most high-profile developments.
In an effort to bolster the future economic development of Clinton, officials have turned their focus to strengthening the bonds between the town’s current manufacturing industries.
Peppermint Perks, a holiday savings card introduced by the Old Saybrook Chamber of Commerce, offers $5 off a purchase of $25 or more at 31 local businesses participating in the inaugural launch, which begins on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 30 and extends through Jan. 4, 2020.
As part of Manufacturing Month, State Representative Devin Carney (R-23) joined State Senator Paul Formica (R-20) and students from Windham, Old Saybrook, and Hebron high schools at Sound Manufacturing, Inc., and Monster Power Equipment, Inc., to see firsthand the types of the career opportunities the industry has to offer.