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Retro store can be “Found” every weekend

Lost and Found, Wilton’s own “shabby-chic” storefront, will now be open every Saturday from 10 to 6.

The store is owned by Wiltonians Andrew and Donna Clarke who originally planned to open only on the first Saturday and Sunday of every month. After visitors urged them to keep up the store’s momentum, they decided opening once a weekend was a better plan.

The couple will continue to be open on the first Saturday and Sunday of every month, and will take those full weekends to debut new and interesting pieces in tune with their unique style.

The shop will next open on Saturday, Nov. 23. Information: LostandFoundCT.com.

State hospice providers merge

Two Connecticut hospice providers, SolAmor Hospice, and Life Choice Hospice, will now provide care under the name Life Choice Hospital, LLC, serving all of Connecticut.

The new company’s mission is to inspire patients to make every day the best it can be.

It will provide four specific programs for hospice patients: Tapestries, for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia; Connections, for those with chronic conditions not ready for true hospice care; Harmony, a specific program designed to ensure those living in assisted communities can remain there; and We Honor Veterans, an outreach and volunteer training program to identify benefits who may qualify for hospice services.

Information: 315-549-3399.