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They Move In To Get Your Stuff Out

For as long as Glenn Jennings can remember his family, which goes back centuries in Fairfield, has been in the clean out business, sanitation, junk, you name it. Four generations later, Connecticut Junk Removal clears out houses and estates and whatever else they get a call on, and sometimes valuable art, antiques and others items Read more…

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Faith Tremblay’s Annual Toy Drive In Shelton, Connecticut

There are more people than you know among us whose mission on the planet is just to help others. Such is the case with the Tremblay family of Shelton. Despite their hardships, they say it could be so much worse. Over two years, they have collected more than one-thousand toys, they hope to do at Read more…

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Wildflour Confections In Connecticut Is As Beautiful As It Is Giving

She is proudly serving in The Connecticut National Guard in the 250th Engineer Company, and Alyssa DeMatteo just happens to own a bakery in Seymour, Connecticut in the called Wildflour Confections. In 2018, she was recognized by the state as young entrepreneur of the year. for her business. She started her company on Facebook in Read more…

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Well Watches Have A Humanitarian Purpose

Well Watches founded by thirty-something Connecticut residents, Adam Lopez and Leonard Stauffer, have a humanitarian purpose in mind and that is to help build wells around the world so that there is clean drinking water. Thirty-dollars from each “Droplet” watch sold goes right to the non-profit Charity Water. At this writing, the watch has been Read more…

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Connecticut’s Potoo Is Protecting Brands Online

It’s high tech at its best. Potoo, (pah-two) based in Norwalk, Connecticut is the fastest growing privately owned company in the state, and one of the quickest growing in the nation. It was founded in 2014 to monitor online marketplaces like Amazon and other buying and selling platforms to make sure that the consumer, you, Read more…

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Paddington Bear Helps With Homelessness In Connecticut

If one child is homeless in this state, it’s too many. One thousand families across Connecticut, at any given time, face the prospect of having to leave their home and go into a shelter, think about what that does to a child. The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness is chipping away at that number, working Read more…

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A Sweeter Side Of Life In Connecticut

Life is never a straight line, there are always zigs and zags. On NYBERG, a political science major turned chocolatier. She cut her teeth in the dessert world at Marjolaine Pastry Shop in New Haven before going off on her own to develop her chocolate company. Meredith Lindsay, who is a one woman operation of Read more…

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Old World Greek Style Yogurt Made In Connecticut

In Ansonia, Connecticut a young couple is making the state’s only authentic Greek yogurt, the kind you can stand a spoon up in, thick and creamy. Stani Dairy has only been in operation since 2016, but its yogurt is already in hundreds of stores and restaurants in four states…Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. Read more…

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The Joy Susan Handbag Company Is A Family Affair In Connecticut

It started out in the basement of Debbie Tierney’s home as a jewelry company in 1972. It’s now the Joy Susan Company, based in New Britain, Connecticut and is known for its vegan leather handbags. Tierney named the company after her daughter, Joy and her mother-in-law, Susan which is also Joy’s middle name. Debbie Tierney Read more…

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Connecticut Based Save The Children Celebrates 100 Years

Fairfield-based Save The Children is in 120 countries around the world, its mission is to help children in time of need. It’s founder, Eglantyne Jebb, was in Britain in 1919, she saw what World War I did to children and she started her quest to help at all costs,. She advocated that all children had Read more…

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