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Fairfield police have just released this video on the armed robbery that happened Monday night at the 7-Eleven on Post Road. No injuries were reported, but the robbers did get away with cash from the register. The suspects were two black men dressed all in black, a description that matches the robbers in several recent Read More
We received this note from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy: “Eight Tips To Keep Your Teen Safe This Holiday Season” This is the season for students around the state to reunite with former classmates and hometown friends. This time of year it is important for parents and their high school and college-age students to recognize that Read More
Photo of the fire. pic.twitter.com/76sbpu8qs3 — Lounge Sounds (@Loungesoundspkn) December 12, 2013 A fire on the roof of the student center at the University of Bridgeport will reportedly put a radio station on the campus off the air until at least Thursday morning. Several fire trucks rolled onto the campus around 6 p.m. Wednesday for Read More
We recently received this note from Yale University: NEW HAVEN — Many of the metals needed to feed the surging global demand for high-tech products, from smart phones to solar panels, cannot be replaced, leaving some markets vulnerable if resources become scarce, according to a new Yale study. In a comprehensive analysis, a team of Read More
A man wanted in connection with a serious stabbing in suburban Maryland was arrested Wednesday by detectives in Bridgeport. Police said 18-year-old Andre Johnson was wanted for allegedly pulling a knife and stabbing another man in the stomach during a fight in Beltsville, Md. on Aug. 27. Police said they had developed information that Johnson Read More
OXFORD – A month-long diaper drive netted hundreds of diapers and boxes of wipes for low income children throughout Connecticut. The drive was organized by town hall employee Kelly Weymer and will help parents of children aged one month to two years. Weymer turned over the diapers and wipes to Meghan Tarby, executive director Read More
Fire is still burning under eaves of Capitol Avenue home in Bridgeport, though it appears to be under control.
Thick smoke is pouring from a corner of the second floor of a house at 598 Capitol Avenue. Everyone got out safely, officials say. Firefighters are sawing through the roof to vent smoke.