SUNSET—Kassandra Shepard is buying Haley McDonald’s Island Childcare business in Stonington and moving it to the former location of the Physique Fitness Center, according to a November 9 press release.
Shepard has worked for six years with McDonald, who is ready for a break after 10 years running the business, the announcement said.
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