A new partnership encourages consumers to donate what they no longer need to Goodwill.
First time Roadie users who donate items to Goodwill through the app or website will receive a $20 discount on the pickup and delivery fee using the promo code GOODWILL. Similarly, Goodwill shoppers who wish to use Roadie for the first time to deliver purchases to their home or office can also receive the discount. Continue Reading →
A time capsule will be available for attendees to express their sentiments. Mingle with local celebrities for a nostalgic journey. Continue Reading →
Two contractors were cited for misrepresenting employees as independent contractors. Continue Reading →
By The Way Bakery marries old-fashioned baked goods with the contemporary dietary needs of consumers. Baked goods are all gluten-free, dairy-free and Kosher Pareve. The results, however, show no compromise on taste. Continue Reading →
Many in Greenwich will remember Dr. Neil Wolff for his 30 years running Blue Cross Animal Hospital in Cos Cob, though others will remember the father of four boys from his years spent coaching a total of 54 teams. Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered how search engines like Google determine what pops up at the top of a search? More and more people use Google to look for answers on a daily basis. Donald McKenzie show small businesses how to connect with their target audiences on the internet. Continue Reading →
A.G. Williams Painting Company, Inc. is a third-generation family owned and operated residential and commercial painting firm based in Pelham, New York and Old Greenwich. Continue Reading →
Planning your next party or social function? Turn your vision into a reality by connecting face-to-face with experienced vendors at Temple Sholom’s Annual Party Planning Showcase on Sunday, January 8, 2017 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at 300 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich. Continue Reading →
How to understand what you will get before signing a health club or gym membership, courtesy of the CT Better Business Bureau. Continue Reading →
Myth: Only use the manufacturer’s brand charger for your phone or you can damage it.
Truth: Any reputable third-party charger should be just fine. One caveat: Avoid using cheap $5 cables sold at gas stations and convenience stores. Continue Reading →