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

Popular Restaurant Expanding With New Eatery

A popular restaurant is planning a second location in a neighboring town.>>>Read More.

Connecticut Brewery Announces Celebrity Investors

Several celebrities have signed on as investors.>>>Read More.

Pharmacy Closes In Downtown

Prescriptions for the independent pharmacy’s customers will be transferred to a nearby CVS.>>>Read More.

Popular Café Closing

They announced the eatery would close due to a drop in business caused by the coronavirus pandemic.>>>Read More.

New Hibachi Restaurant Fills Niche In Town

Restaurants continue to close across Connecticut due to coronavirus restrictions, but a new hibachi restaurant opened its doors this week.>>>Read More.

People’s Bank To Close All Stop & Shop Locations In CT

People’s Bank has said that it will close all 84 Stop & Shop locations across the state over the next several years.>>>Read More.

CT Business Owners Thankful For State Grants

Two state programs that used federal money will help bridge businesses until they can get Paycheck Protection Program loans.>>>Read More.

Fashion Retailer Expands Presence In CT

The fast-expanding business is set to expand its presence in Connecticut this weekend with an artsy twist.>>>Read More.

KidSense Therapy Group Looks Past Pandemic Challenges

The therapy company conquered the first hurdle of Pandemic Business Life with panache, but the second is far more sinister…>>>Read More.

Newman’s Own Foundation Leases Building To CT Community Bank

Details of the real estate transaction were announced.>>>Read More.

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