May 22nd, 2011
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Mystery of girl’s disappearance remains unsolved

Nearly 10 years after Bianca LeBron disappeared from a city schoolyard, what happened to her still remains a mystery. On the morning of Nov. 7, 2001, Bianca, then 10 years old, arrived at Elias […] Continue Reading…


Police media post should be left unfilled

Sometimes good intentions just do not work out. Such is the case with Mayor Bill Finch’s recent appointment of Tim Quinn as spokesman for the Bridgeport Police Department. Don’t get us wrong: If you […] Continue Reading…


Citizens, gov’t workers join in cleanup

For the residents and businesses of the East End, especially those along the stretch of Stratford and Connecticut avenues, Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, was an Earth Day celebration they will not […] Continue Reading…


Budget battle insights

The 2011 budget battle continues to be waged on Capitol Hill with the Senate vote on Paul Ryan’s, R-Wis., controversial budget plan put off yet again. The plan that, among other things, proposes to […] Continue Reading…


Barnum Museum’s recovery from storm damage under way

Kathleen Maher, director of the Barnum Museum, keeps a strange collection of items in her office: a miniature cast iron stove that once belonged to famed dwarf General Tom Thumb, a portrait of P.T. […] Continue Reading…


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