Roosters, located in the Simsbury Town Shops plaza, specializes in cuts and close shaves for its patrons.
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Tower Ridge Country Club was buzzing with businessmen and women Tuesday evening as part of Simsbury Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Open House & Business Expo.
The event was a chance for some area businesses to get the word out and network, and for others, to interact with community members. Continue reading…
Farmington has a lot to offer for a small town — history, arts, wildlife, recreation — in fact, it’s a perfect destination spot for a tourist. And now, since Gov. Dannel Malloy put Connecticut back on the map by paying for the state’s lapsed membership on DiscoverNewEngland.org, local organizations are hoping an increased tourism push will follow, and with that, more tourists.
Towns like Avon and Farmington attract tourists mostly through historic “hidden treasures,” hiking trails and antiquing, said Nancy Anstey, executive director of the Farmington Valley Visitors Association. Continue reading…