Old Saybrook Local Business
Wednesday Mar 25 | via The Day
Stonington - Well-known local restaurateur Jon Kodama will reopen the former Skipper's Dock location in the borough in mid-May as the Jetty Grille. Bill Griffin, who owns the Inn at Stonington and the adjacent Skipper's Dock property, confirmed today that Kodama would be leasing the building from him. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via The Hartford Courant
Local restaurateur Jon Kodama will reopen the former Skipper's Dock location in the borough in mid-May as the Jetty Grille. Bill Griffin, who owns the Inn at Stonington and the adjacent Skipper's Dock property, confirmed Wednesday that Kodama would be leasing the building from him. Comment?
Saturday Mar 21 | via The Day
Groton - A 4,500-square-foot brewery and taproom will open on Bridge Street as soon as April 1, a year after two partners began working with Groton City. Tom Drejer, co-founder of Outer Light Brewing Company at 266 Bridge Street, said he and his partner, who does not want to be named yet, looked at properties from Old Saybrook to Groton. Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via Patch.com
Old Saybrook, Conn . ~ SCORE, "Counselors to America's Small Business" and business affiliate of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is pleased to announce the opening of a new mentoring location in New London this spring. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via The Hartford Courant
The crash occurred shortly after 11 p.m. at Bridge and East streets after a speeding car slammed broadside into a car waiting to turn left from East Street to Bridge Street, Suffield Police Chief Michael Manzi said. William Caruthers, 61, who was stopped and waiting to turn left, was seriously injured and died later at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, police said. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via WTNH
An Arizona woman may see up to five years in prison after admitting Thursday to operating a tax fraud scheme in Connecticut. A second arrest has been made in a robbery and shooting case, in which Milford police say the tables - and a gun - were turned on the alle Torrington police have begun a criminal investigation into the alleged theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars from lottery ticket sales a As Jimmy Kimmel has done with celebrities, Kimmel gave the Commander in Chief the chance to read out loud some mean tweets people have writt Every day through Report-It, you help us cover the news. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via WICU12 Erie
It was a big celebration at one hospital where four lives were potentially saved in a never-before-seen surgery. There were eight patients and four kidney transplants at Yale-New Haven, where it all started with one kind donor. Comment?
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