New York Post Recommends Two Connecticut Towns for Winter Weekends

New York Post rounds up the best towns for non-skiers to spend winter weekends and includes Middlefield and Cornwall Connecticut. Check it out! Subscribe to The Connecticut Roundup Share News & Events Share with us and our readers your news, events, suggestions, ideas, listings or just about anything and everything Connecticut! Please fill out the […]

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2020 Census: Hiring Event Offers $25 Per Hour Jobs in Terryville

Uncle Sam wants you to participate in the 2020 Census … and not just as a citizen who fills out the form. The Census Bureau is hiring up to 500,000 temporary, part-time census takers for the 2020 Census in communities across the country. A representative from Census 2020 will be at the Terryville Public Library […]

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74 Top Employers in Connecticut

Connecticut is home to 14 of the businesses on the Fortune 500 list — as well as 60 more leaders in such growing industries as advanced manufacturing, aerospace, bioscience, insurtech, medtech and more. Listed below are the Fortune 500 companies headquartered in Connecticut, but scroll down to see a few more examples of the top […]

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Are These the Best Rib Spots in Connecticut?

The entire state is rammed with a fantastic range of foodie options, but we’re going to let you in on a little secret – your best teeth-chomping bet is Connecticut ribs. The racks are huge and the tastes are melt-in-your-mouth delicious – from honey-sweet to brow-dripping hot, there is something for everybody on our list of the […]

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It’s A Sweet Valentine’s Day Deal at These 17 Restaurants

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and if you are looking for the perfect gift for that special someone, the Norwalk Seaport Association is offering a truly thoughtful and unique gift, the new “Taste of the Seaport Restaurant Tour Card” that is sure to light up a smile! Best of all, this Valentine’s Day gift […]

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This Connecticut Marketplace Looks Absolutely Gorgeous

Small business has always had a place in America. This holds true for Tonn’s Marketplace. When Jordan Tonn took over his grandfather’s business five years ago, he envisioned a future that involved a small store on the property. He wanted a place to sell his farms fruits and vegetables to keep the farm going. And […]

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