The summer of 2013 isn't over yet, but in the past couple of warm months Windsor has seen a few vacant storefronts filled and other businesses have new life breathed into them.
Most notably, Windsor 75 received a visit from "Restaurant Impossible," which has helped the Windsor Center eatery develop a revamped menu, among other improvements.
Windsor residents have also had the pleasure of new business with the opening of Dorothy and Leroy's on Broad Street, new management at what was Gabriel's Grinders on Poquonock Avenue and a BoostMobile location on Windsor Avenue in Wilson.
Dorothy and Leroy's specializes in cajun cuisine.
Congratulations is also due this month to Many Rivers Community Acupuncture, which is giving its 10,000th treatment since opening in 2011 -- quite an accomplishment.
“Giving 10,000 treatments is a huge milestone for Many Rivers,” says owner and acupuncturist Carrie Sawtell, L.Ac. “It shows that the community acupuncture model is successful at generating living-wage jobs for its acupuncturists and staff while simultaneously providing affordable health care to the community.”
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