This beautiful Georgian Revival home sits at the end of Grove Street in the historic Federal Hill. Known on the National Registry of Historic Homes as the "Marlborough House", this home was designed by Richard Henry Dana & built in 1929 for Edward Ingraham, whose family were leaders in the locally significant clockmaking industry. The … Continue reading Real Estate Round: Most Expensive House for Sale in Bristol
Periodically, we’ll feature a commercial building and ask you what you think would be the best use for it. Forget what zone it’s in, ignore setback regulations, dump lot coverage rules and all the other zoning jargon that puts most people to sleep. If you had your way, what would you like to see there? What would … Continue reading Visions For Vacancies: Former Sonic Rt. 6 Bristol
PROFILE Four separate dining areas with their own cozy fireplaces abound at this comfortable family restaurant. Try the shrimp scampi, the crab cakes or the baked stuffed shrimp, but don`t let the name deceive you; there are plenty of menu selections to satisfy even the pickiest land-dweller. Longevity and consistency are words that best describe the … Continue reading Restaurant Roundup: Saybrook Fish House
There are plenty of compelling reasons to learn Spanish, but there’s one that really makes bank: Employability. In virtually any career field, Spanish can come in handy and help you advance. However, there are some careers that actually require Spanish language skills. If you travel to any Spanish-speaking country for work, you’ll certainly need to know travel phrases at the very least. In … Continue reading Why Do So Many Jobs Require Spanish?
You’re lost You’re in a maze, and not the fun kind from that movie Labyrinth. What career would make you happy? Which ones pay the most? What jobs are like a big jaw-trap to run away from, screaming? You need a job that’s fun and challenging, with sky-high pay. Everything will be okay Knowing how to … Continue reading What Career Is Right for Me? What Job Should I Have?