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A Bethel woman who police said apparently arranged to meet a man has been identified as the person whose body was found over the weekend... [Read More]
Richard Pezzella has lived in the Charles F. Greene Homes for six years and is vice president of the low-income public housing development's residents' board.... [Read More]
With his five-year contract pending before the City Council, Police Chief Armando Perez has sought to address one of the criticisms of his appointment as... [Read More]
Ernie Newton was his usual optimistic self leaving state Superior Court in Hartford Wednesday. ... [Read More]
The Bridgeport Rescue Mission, which for years has cared for the area's hungry, homeless and addicted at 1088 Fairfield Ave., plans to move many of... [Read More]
Nearly six years after police officers arrested a black family of five at their East Side home, used a Taser to stun the father and... [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]
After years of trying to court developers for the site, the city now wants to purchase a storied vacant lot on the edge of downtown,... [Read More]
The fact he has been the city's acting top cop for over two years means Armando "A.J." Perez has an advantage over other candidates competing... [Read More]
City officials are accustomed to developers seeking public subsidies and promising, in return, to put locals to work. An effort now is under way... [Read More]
Police Commission member Danny Roach may not last another 20 years on that oversight body, but he is guaranteed another two. Despite concerns that... [Read More]
Even as City Hall has launched a search for developers for properties along Main and Congress streets, ground has yet to be broken on the... [Read More]
This week American Airlines announced weekly, non-stop commercial passenger service from Tweed New Haven Airport to the plane operator's second-largest hub, Charlotte Douglas International Airport... [Read More]