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Lego Headquarters Relocates From CT, Heads To Boston
Boston's Back Bay is about to get a little more playful.
The LEGO Group, makers of the beloved interlocking bricks, announced that the company's headquarters for the Americas will relocate from Enfield, in Hartford County, Connecticut, to 1001 Boylston Street, Boston in 2026.
The company announced in January 2023 that it was searching for a new home for its headquarters. After an "extensive" search, the Boylston Street location was chosen for its rich history, central location between Cambridge and Boston, and the region's diverse talent pool.
"Boston is one of the United …
Only 30 Days Left To Claim $365K Lucky For Life Lottery Ticket Sold In CT
Hey, check those lottery tickets. Time is running out for someone who purchased a Lucky for Life ticket worth $365,000 a year for life in Fairfield County.
The winning ticket was purchased in Greenwich for the Saturday, March 4, drawing, and no one has claimed the ticket that expires in 30 days, said Connecticut Lottery officials.
The top-prize-winning ticket, purchased at the Byram Smoke Shop, 111 Mill St., will expire on Thursday, Aug. 31, unless it is claimed by that date.
The winning Lucky for Life numbers drawn on March 4, were 4 - 7 - 15 - 17 - 30, Lucky Ball number 5.
Connecticut Town Named Safest In Country, Study Says
Residents in one Connecticut community can sleep especially soundly knowing that their town is the safest in the nation, according to a new study.
A new study from Neighborhood Scout pronounced the town of Ridgefield, in Fairfield County, the safest out of any in the nation.
The report revealed the 100 safest cities in the US with 25,000 or more people, using data on the total number of property and violent crimes per 1,000 residents.
These communities have some of the lowest rates of burglary, theft, murder, rape, armed robbery, and aggravated assault in the nation.
Ridgefield, which …
Sly Stallone Stops By Nantucket Seafood Market To Meet Local Celebrity
A Massachusetts seafood market that supplies three-star Michelin restaurants with fresh seafood was visited by a famed American actor and filmmaker.
The star of "Rocky" and "The Expendables," Sylvester Stallone, stopped by Nantucket Seafood, located at 56 Old South Road in Nantucket, and asked for the seafood market's owner, Ted Jennison, by name.
Jennison, who was not in the store during the visit, said he did not know how Stallone knew about him.
He said he guessed that the actor, who owns an estate in Palm Beach, learned about him from someone …