TORRINGTON — Scarpelli’s Family Restaurant will not be moving to a new location after Cumberland Farms backed out of a plan to build a larger concept store, longtime restaurant owner Daniel Palladino said Friday. In December, the regional gas station company received approval from the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission to demolish Scarpelli’s and build […] You Need to be Logged in and have an Active Subscription Qualifying Print Subscribers have Full Access to everything on rep-am.com and our E-Edition. Print subscribers click here to activate your access If you are not a print subscriber you can purchase an online subscription to get full access to the site. Please Log In , Create an Account or Purchase a Digital subscription to continue. You can also use the form below to create an account an purchase an online subscription. LOG IN Register Lost Password Login using your Social … [Read more...] about Cumberland Farms backs out of plan to demolish Scarpelli’s restaurant, build convenience store in Torrington
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An online store has opened to honor the memory of the late Massachusetts police sergeant who was killed in the line of duty earlier this year. The Gannon - Nero YPD Strong store opened Thursday and honors Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon as well as his dog Nero, who was injured. The store features an array of clothing and plush animals, including one of Nero. Proceeds from the items will be used to build the Sergeant Sean M. Gannon Police K9 Training Complex at the Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters. Proceeds from the sale of the Nero plush animals will go to the Yarmouth Police Foundation. Thirty-two-year-old Gannon was shot and killed in April while he and other officers were serving an arrest warrant on career criminal Thomas Latanowich at a home in Barnstable. A passenger was horrified after she was told by an American Airlines flight attendant that she could urinate in a plastic bag during a flight to Kona, Hawaii. Another passenger had flushed a diaper and … [Read more...] about Online Store Opens to Honor Slain Sgt. Sean Gannon and Hero Dog Nero
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Janelle Nanos Globe Staff August 07, 2018 Every Monday, new employees stream up the escalators of Wayfair’s Copley Place headquarters for orientation. On a mid-July Monday, the class of hires had hit 205, a record for the online seller of home goods. Row after row of mostly bright-faced twentysomethings, fresh with degrees in computer science or marketing, seemed to stretch on endlessly, as if they were caught between mirrored walls.Throughout the day a parade of executives would indoctrinate them in Wayfair’s customer-service ethos: They would be “innovating better together,” become “fast fixers and builders” and “manager-doers,” and help customers better “envision the spaces where they live their lives.” It was high-minded rhetoric for a company that sells couches, lamps, cat condos, … [Read more...] about Furniture wars: Booming Wayfair charts a course to dominate online sales of home goods
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0 View Comments NEW YORK — While a Supreme Court ruling on sales taxes will create more obligations and expenses for many small online retailers, owners are already thinking about how they'll comply. The decision allows states to require out-of-state businesses to collect sales tax from customers in other states — for example, a retailer in Utah who sells goods to a customer in New York would have to calculate and collect the New York sales tax. The ruling potentially means thousands of small businesses that never collected sales tax except in their home states will be responsible for tax in some 10,000 state and local jurisdictions nationwide. Related: Supreme Court rules that states may require online retailers to collect sales taxes The ruling has angered many small online retailers and advocates for small companies because it will increase their expenses, mostly from the cost of software and services to help sellers collect the taxes and send the money to state … [Read more...] about Online sellers consider how to comply with sales tax ruling