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Trending: Where We Buy Our Coffee

by Lidia Ryan and Maggie Gordon by Lidia Ryan and Maggie Gordon Boston.com ran an interesting map showing who pledges their allegiance to Starbucks versus Dunkin’ Donuts. Not surprisingly, the map
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Trending: Where the Irish-Americans live

Nationally, 9.78 percent of Americans claimed an Irish ancestry in 2013, the most recent year that data is available. But here in Connecticut, we have even more green than the rest of the nation on
Roger Van Brussel, a Milford resident and business owner, stands in front of his new Tesla Model S 85 Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, in Milford, Conn. Van Brussel had to leave the state to purchase the electric car but Connecticut is contemplating changing its laws so that Tesla can sell its cars here. Currently, only franchised car dealerships can sell cars in this state, not manufacturers. Photo: Autumn Driscoll

Poll: Should Tesla be invited into Connecticut?

There’s been a lot of ruffled feathers lately from car lovers and car dealers alike over the pros and cons of allowing Tesla to bring its business to the state of Connecticut, including a recent
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Fairfield County among top 10 most economically segregated markets in U.S.

What’s your next door neighbor like? Odds are, they’re pretty similar to you when it comes to income, education and occupation, according to a study released Monday, which claims that Fairfield County
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What does it take to be a ‘One Percenter’ in Connecticut?

What does it take to make it as a member of the One Percent here in Connecticut? A new report, released last week by the Economic Analysis and Research Network says it takes about $678,000 in annual
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Trending: Where the architects live

Across America, architects account for seven people per 10,000 residents, but in Fairfield County, the rate is 14.7 architects per 10,000 residents, a Hearst Connecticut Newspapers analysis of state
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September is Connecticut’s most popular month for weddings

      With school back in session and Labor Day gone, it may seem as though the peak of summer living is behind us. But there‚Äôs one summer tradition that carries through the month of
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Trending: Where gay marriages take place

Across the state of Connecticut, roughly 7,000 same-sex weddings took place between 2008 and 2013, accounting for 3.7 percent of the marriages documented between Connecticut residents. But some towns