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  • Democrats Reap $91,000 From Charter Schools Advocate And His Family

    There may be no better illustration of state Democrats' massive fundraising efforts in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election year than the political donations of Jonathan Sackler and his extended family. A total of $91,000 in donations has rolled into...
  • Boom In Sales Of Pricey Fairfield County Homes

    Boom In Sales Of Pricey Fairfield County Homes
    Along Connecticut's staid Gold Coast, there's a mini-boom in home sales that hasn't been seen in years. But you need pretty deep pockets. Sales of estates in Fairfield County priced $10 million or more are soaring this spring, capped earlier this...
  • Graham Elliot shutters Connecticut restaurant

    Graham Elliot shutters Connecticut restaurant
    A report out of Greenwich (Conn.) Patch, via Eater, is that Graham Elliot’s Connecticut restaurant, Primary Food & Drink, has closed. Restaurant manager David Wolvovsky told Patch the restaurant is "closed as of today — the issue being, it...
  • Tom Foley Feels the Need for Speed

    Tom Foley made more driving news last week, which is never a good thing. He was charged with speeding on Route 9. Foley's spokesperson said Foley was going about 80 miles per hour. As someone who travels on Route 9 frequently, let me say that cars...
  • Ron Howard's Greenwich, Conn., Estate Up for Sale

    Ron Howard is selling the 32-acre estate he's owned for 20 years, located in the Conyers Farm gated community in Greenwich, Conn. Asking price is $27.5 million. The property is a working farm, boasting an organic vegetable garden, greenhouse, livestock...
  • Rowland's Lawyers Split The Hairs Of Split Hairs

    During the two horrific weeks I spent in law school, I vaguely remember someone saying something along the lines of when you don't have the evidence on your side you argue the law, and when you don't have the law on your side you argue the evidence....
  • Connecticut estate sells for $120 million, a U.S. record

    Connecticut estate sells for $120 million, a U.S. record
    A Greenwich, Conn., estate called Copper Beech Farm has sold for $120 million, making it the most expensive recorded home sale in the U.S. Priced as high as $190 million, the 50.5-acre estate centers on an 1890s French Renaissance-style home of 13,519...
  • Skipper White gets North Sails honor at NOOD Regatta in Annapolis

    Skipper White gets North Sails honor at NOOD Regatta in Annapolis
    Annapolis skipper John White, whose USA 1162 team won the only race of the day in the J/80 class, earned North Sails Local Boat of the Day at the Sperry Top-Sider NOOD Regatta Annapolis on the Chesapeake Bay. “Off the starting line, we were...
  • 2013 year in review

    Wrapping up the year in one column is tough, but let's give it a try. Although the financial industry likes to think that the center of the universe is located somewhere between lower Manhattan and the hedge fund enclave of Greenwich, CT, most of 2013 was...
  • 'I'm In': Malloy Announcement No Surprise

    With an "I'm in" message emailed to supporters Friday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced his candidacy for a second term after a meeting of the State Bond Commission. Everyone, of course, has assumed Mr. Malloy would seek re-election with Lt. Gov. Nancy...
  • Republicans Must Rebuke Martha Dean

    Republicans Must Rebuke Martha Dean
    There is madness abroad in the land. Martha Dean is running for the Republican nomination for governor. Dean is the doyenne of guns who, in January 2013, signaled her agreement with an insane theory that the Sandy Hook slaughter of 20 children and six...