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  • After Going It Alone, Newtowner Establishes Assisted Transition To Help Others

    During her final months in a long-established career as a midlevel IT manager for a global manufacturing company, Newtown resident Wendy Seiler received a crash course in caregiving — with all the time-consuming administrative duties that come with it.

  • Rep Bolinsky Invites Job Seekers To Career Fair

    DANBURY — Newtown State Representative Mitch Bolinsky is inviting job seekers to an upcoming career fair sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Labor (DOL) and the Danbury Chamber of Commerce.

  • Ingersoll Auto Breaks Ground On Updated Danbury Facility

    Newtown resident Todd Ingersoll, dealer principal of Ingersoll Automotive, recently announced that a long-awaited expansion of his auto group in Danbury is beginning. Ingersoll Auto of Danbury, which sells and services Chevrolet, Buick/GMC, and Cadillac, o...

  • Newtown Savings Bank Co-Sponsoring Free Business Workshops

    BETHEL — SCORE and Newtown Savings Bank are co-sponsoring a series of workshops in partnership with Bethel Public Library and Bethel Chamber of Commerce. The series of four free workshops is open to business owners and others interested in running a business.

  • New Report Analyzes Connecticut’s Small Businesses

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Small businesses significantly impact Connecticut’s economy, employing 713,635 workers in 2010 with most of the employment coming from firms with 20–499 employees, according to a new state-by-state report released this week by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Advocacy.