Stop & Shop Closing Store; New Details In Mall’s Rejected Plan

Here are the top business stories featured all across Connecticut from the past week:

The shopping center store will close next month.>>>Read More.

Mall officials released new details about what they planned for a second-phase of redeveloping the state’s largest mall.>>>Read More.

A positive COVID-19 test has caused the local favorite to close temporarily.>>>Read More.

An entertainment center is suspending operations for the duration of 2020.>>>Read More. recently released its annual list of the top American beer bar in every state.>>>Read More.

Allyson Mandelbaum described her baseball-style hats as a fashion-forward option for women who want a cute, casual cap.>>>Read More.

The jobs being cut are the first wave and includes 450 positions.>>>Read More.

The popular catering business has closed its retail store because the coronavirus pandemic “proved to be too much,” the owners announced.>>>Read More.

“It kind of compensates for the seating that you lose inside,” said the owner of the longtime eatery.>>>Read More.

The coronavirus pandemic took a toll on the business, co-owner Meredith Scheine said.>>>Read More.

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