September 9th, 2011
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Record number graduate from adult ed

This past February, Timothy Oliver ran out to do an errand for his wife Gerry and found himself near the Adult Learning Center on Kossuth Street. “I thought, ‘I’m this close. Let me just […] Continue Reading…


Ends do not justify the means

It has been said that in order to understand and make sense of the present, we must have some level of clarity of the events and factors that led us into the present. While […] Continue Reading…


Pioneers tumble in home opener

The Sacred Heart 2011 football season got off to a sour note Saturday night as the Pioneers dropped their home opener at Campus Field, losing 20-7 to Marist. The Pioneers played their season debut […] Continue Reading…


This Slacker is no slacker

Songwriter, musician and producer Vic Ruggiero of the Slackers has played in several ska/reggae bands including the Stubborn All-stars. The Bronx native is also associated with Rancid and Crazy Baldhead, has released three solo […] Continue Reading…


City’s destiny in voters’ hands

The events of recent weeks have dramatically impacted the upcoming Democratic primary for mayor in Bridgeport. To briefly recap, challenger Mary-Jane Foster was denied a spot on the ballot for mayor by Democratic Registrar […] Continue Reading…


Foster rally shows public fed up with same old same old

Shortly after 3 p.m. last Friday afternoon the campaign of Mary-Jane Foster got a jolt that could conceivably propel her into the mayor’s office. Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ruled in favor of Foster […] Continue Reading…


SHU exhibit lifts cultural veil

The Gallery of Contemporary Art at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield opens its new 2011-2012 season with a compelling, thoughtful and provocative exhibit, curated by Deborah Frizzell, “Fluidity, Layering, Veiling: Perspectives from South Asian […] Continue Reading…


The Bluefish Report

The Bridgeport Bluefish are clinging to a slim half game lead over the Long Island Ducks in the Liberty Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. The Ducks visit Bridgeport for a crucial […] Continue Reading…


Judge orders Democrat primary to go forward

The 2011 election in Bridgeport has already made history — and it doesn’t even have a winner. When it seemed Mayor Bill Finch had secured the only space on the ballot for the November […] Continue Reading…


Irene maybe blew some luck in mayor’s direction

In a somewhat odd turn of affairs, Hurricane Irene may have provided Mayor Bill Finch with a great deal of political capital as he gears up for a strong challenge from Mary-Jane Foster in […] Continue Reading…


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