Local Business Q&A: No. 299 on Main Street

[Editor: Here’s the first installment in a new series we’re running through Christmas, catching up with our local New Canaan merchants as they navigate the second straight holiday season since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.]

For this first installment of our Q&A series, we put some questions to Jackie Fucigna, owner of No. 299, a home decor and gift shop at 110 Main St. (next door to Connecticut Muffin). Here’s our exchange. New Canaanite: Jackie, you opened your New Canaan shop, No.

Bridle Path Lane Ranch Sells for $1.3 Million 

The following property transfers were recorded recently in the Town Clerk’s office. For more information about each property from the assessor, click on the street address and click on the ‘Sales’ tab. To get the history of a New Canaan street name, click here. ***

Nov. 19

256 Park St., Unit 3

Xiao Ying Cheng to Meredith Roscoe

253 New Norwalk Road #4

Estate of William P. Schloth to Stephanie Hope McAleer


Police Cite Canoe Hill Road Woman After Two Dog-Biting Incidents

Police last month cited a Canoe Hill Road woman for two counts of nuisance dog after her Australian cattle dogs bit a UPS deliveryman multiple times on the arms, sending him to an urgent care facility. One of the dogs, a two-year-old named “George” (the other one is “Lenny”) already had bitten a passing neighbor the month before, after his vaccination for rabies had expired, according to police reports obtained by NewCanaanite.com through public records requests. The dogs first came on the radar of police Sept. 2, when a Canoe Hill Road neighbor phoned police that she found a dog roaming her property and “acting aggressively toward her,” according to an incident report from Animal Control Officer Allyson Halm. The neighbor heard a someone calling out “George” and at that time the dog left, the report said.

Turkey Bowl Tickets Sold Out; NCHS Issues Parking, Attendance Instructions

Tickets for Thursday’s “Turkey Bowl”—the annual rival football game between New Canaan and Darien High Schools—are sold out, officials say. Those attending the game at Dunning Field should expect traffic delays, according to a press release issued by NCHS Athletic Director Jay Egan. “The recommended entrance and parking area for New Canaan fans is through the main entrance of the high school,” the press release said. “Overflow parking is available at South Elementary School.”

It added: “Spectators are reminded that the consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages on any New Canaan school property is prohibited. This will be strictly enforced.

Sean Sullivan, 58

Sales executive Sean Sullivan, 58, of New Canaan CT, passed away on Saturday, November 13 at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. His cause of death was post-surgery complications arising from the removal of a brain tumor. Sullivan – affectionately known as “Sully” – was a pioneer in the securities trading technology industry, and a gifted salesman, with a career spanning over three decades and throughout unprecedented innovation across the industry. Sean was the beloved son of his predeceased parents Thomas J. Sullivan, Marianne Sullivan, and Patricia M. Sullivan.