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Residents worry about new project

Selda Dworkin, a resident of Huntington Turnpike, says the Mark IV construction company has no permit to construct a shopping center just a few feet from her home. “We don’t need a shopping center […] Continue Reading…


New police academy graduates welcomed

It was a full house Friday, Oct. 28, at City Hall’s main chamber. Families and relatives of the graduating police officers were present to see the ceremony that marked the end of their long […] Continue Reading…


Who says city hasn’t got a prayer?

Prophetess Gerry Claytor stands by herself in prayer in front of Bridgeport City Hall at 45 Lyon Terrace. She is part of a group of people who join in what they call “The Power […] Continue Reading…


HCC seeking status as Hispanic serving institution

For Anita Gliniecki, president of Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, if her institution becomes a Hispanic Serving Entity, that means it could provide more services to every student — including Hispanics. Gliniecki recently traveled […] Continue Reading…


Baseball team plays to win — at life

“We don’t consider ourselves just another baseball team,” said Channel Green, the wife of Raymond Green, manager of the Bombers. “We have just as much fun off the field as we do on the […] Continue Reading…


Foster scores; Gomes and Newton join

Mary-Jane Foster is getting close to the cycle: First it was Marilyn Moore, then Charlie Coviello, now John Gomes and Ernie Newton. If you count state Sen. Ed Gomes, Charles Walsh and a few […] Continue Reading…


‘A Community Man’ — Efforts of Dimas Marquez Perez recognized

It was a hot summer day, but that didn’t deter ordinary citizens from joining several civic organizations and leaders in honoring a man who has made contributions to many community sectors throughout Bridgeport for […] Continue Reading…


Trinidad and Tobago group to celebrate at Seaside Park

Bridgeport is well known for its diversity of people. There are at least 52 ethnic groups within the city boundaries. The community of Trinidadians and Tobagans is one of them. Thus, the Trinidad and […] Continue Reading…


Kohut making independent run

In front of four dozen people, Bridgeport native Jeff Kohut recently announced his candidacy for mayor. Kohut, who will be running as an independent, said,  “I chose McLevy Green because it is one of […] Continue Reading…


Habitat for Humanity builds communities

On a recent hot spring Saturday morning, the average teenager around the nation would stay home sleeping. Or perhaps chatting with friends on the computer. But Olivia Holmes gets busy doing something else. She […] Continue Reading…


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