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The Bridgeport-Port Jefferson ferries are a familiar sight as they cruise to and from the right bank of the city's harbor, bringing commuters and visitors... [Read More]
Downtown businesses this week warned City Hall not to increase the charges on hundreds of new parking meters, at least in the near term. ... [Read More]
The last place Eunice Thomas wanted to be Friday morning was on Stratford Avenue between Central and Newfield avenues. Since Jan. 16 she has... [Read More]
The squeaky wheel cannot get her wheels back, but resident Linda Lee - with support from community leaders - has persuaded the city to reimburse... [Read More]
Elizabeth Torres, president of Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust, is a familiar sight in local business circles and in the wider community, having spent 13 years advocating... [Read More]
Susan Bysiewicz was promised more than just one vote for the statewide Democratic ticket when she met Mugsy Pettway while campaigning Monday at Gala Foods... [Read More]
Democrat Ernie Newton, whose long political career seemingly ended in 2005 with a corruption conviction while he was a state senator, has been on a... [Read More]
A missed deadline and an unexpectedly high real estate assessment threaten a new low-income housing complex and, according to its developer, the prominent non-profit's future... [Read More]
He took the annual Columbus Day Parade away from Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim. So does Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti, a Republican, want Democrat Ganim's... [Read More]
Mayor Joe Ganim's administration has added yet another of hizzoner's political operatives to the City Hall payroll. David Papandrea, a former state Senate staffer-turned-Democratic-strategist... [Read More]
City Council members and municipal attorneys have been ordered to go back to school for a refresher course on government transparency. Specifically, they must... [Read More]
Mayor Joe Ganim's administration has introduced a new wrinkle to a police chief search that some have predicted will conclude with the mayor picking his... [Read More]
City officials often promote "know your numbers" health campaigns that encourage residents to get blood sugar and pressure screenings. That same slogan could be... [Read More]
The City Council has passed an ordinance encouraging developers who receive subsidies - tax incentives, breaks on the purchase price of public property - to... [Read More]
Even as he pursues a lawsuit to force the city to give him his old job back, ex-Assistant Police Chief James Nardozzi is competing to... [Read More]
Olu Omoloju is the type of resident city planners and consultants have tried to connect with all summer. A family man and new homeowner... [Read More]
The city's newest downtown parking meters are getting shorter, while the costs associated with parking at them - and of failing to pay for it... [Read More]
A 109 year tradition in the city - the Columbus Day Parade - will not be in town for its 110th celebration. Unable to... [Read More]
Mayor Joe Ganim spent nearly $850,000 in his unsuccessful bid for governor, and not only is out a $60,000 personal loan, but chipped in an... [Read More]
Bridgeport State's Attorney John Smriga has launched an investigation into allegations that recently retired Police Captain Mark Straubel is guilty of hate crimes. But... [Read More]