October 14th, 2011
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Despite the odds, mayor’s challengers wage feisty campaigns

Does anyone realize that there is still an election about to occur out there? Believe it or not there is. In the wake of incumbent Mayor Bill Finch’s overwhelmingly decisive 18 percentage point victory […] Continue Reading…


SHU 1967-79 plan reunion Oct. 29

Students from Sacred Heart University’s inaugural classes are making plans to get together and reminisce about their shared college experiences. A reunion of Sacred Heart’s classes of 1967-1979 will take place on Saturday, Oct. […] Continue Reading…


Julio’s Pizza dishes up ‘famous’ pies

It’s been several months since Arthur’s Famous Pizza closed its doors, but Park Avenue still smells like tomato sauce and pizza crust, thanks to Julio’s Pizza, a nine-month-old establishment run by some of Famous […] Continue Reading…


Bridgeporters step up — and out — to honor Columbus

A great Bridgeport tradition took place in the city last weekend, as residents celebrated the 103rd annual Columbus Day Parade on Sunday, Oct. 9. The parade was sponsored by the Council of Italian American […] Continue Reading…


Five Bluefish earn postseason honors

The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball has announced that Bridgeport Bluefish outfielder Steve Moss, infielders Wes Bankston and Andres Perez, and pitchers Paul Oseguera and Juan Rincon have been named to the 2011 Atlantic […] Continue Reading…


Examining the school board model

Later this month, Connecticut’s highest court will decide to either allow the state-appointed school board to remain at the helm of Bridgeport’s schools, or to bring the previous elected board back to power. “We […] Continue Reading…


Candidates, issues and process matter

We were witness to a Democratic primary full of candidates, issues and surprises. John Gomes was the first to enter the race. Early in 2010, he was very enthusiastic about the election and walking […] Continue Reading…


Delta/Saudi partnership has unintended consequences

The law of unintended consequences came into play when a partnership between Delta Airlines and Saudi Arabian Airlines resulted in a faux pas that has religious groups and civil libertarians up in arms. Delta, […] Continue Reading…


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