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Rabbit tale

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The Trumbull couple accused of mistreating a bunch of bunny rabbits — and trashing their rented home in the process — agreed this afternoon turn over ownership of the growing rabbit clan to the town. Edward Tighe, 48, and his wife, Stacey, 47, formally signed an agreement in Bridgeport Superior Court, giving town animal-control officials […] [Read More]
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Honk for peace

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Several Stratford high school students will be standing at the corner of Hawley Lane and Nichols Avenue in Stratford this Sunday doing their part to promote world peace. About a half-dozen students from Stratford and Bunnell high schools will be holding signs encouraging people to honk their vehicle’s horns to show support for peace. Simple. […] [Read More]
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Bpt Fire officials enforcing 2005 code

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Fire officials have been visiting multi-family properties to alert property owners of a 2005 fire code law that states that all three-family houses and above, as well as mixed-use buildings containing residences on the top floors, should have certain safety precautions. The owners are being given 30 days to install one of three safety options. […] [Read More]
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Jonathan Benedict video

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More than 200 people attended a retirement dinner honoring Bridgeport state’s attorney Jonathan Benedict at the Holiday Inn on Thursday. Video is by court reporter Dan Tepfer. [Read More]
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Second suspect sought in Milford homicide

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  Milford police this morning are looking for a second suspect in the murder of a New Haven man in Milford on Sunday night. He is identified as Javier Cruz, described as about 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighing 200 to 230 pounds, brown hair and a scar on one of his ankles. He is […] [Read More]
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Stratford cop back at work

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Stratford Police Officer Justin LoSchiavo, the cop at the center of months of controversy after he suffered a seizure and crashed his cruiser into other cars at a busy intersection, is back on the job. Sort of, anyway. Staff writer Richard Weizel has learned that LoSchiavo, the circumstances of whose hiring ignited a firestorm engulfing […] [Read More]
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Activist to address frosh….

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  So you might ask, what can a fourth-generation shrimper say to inspire a group of freshmen about to embark on a four year undergraduate experience on the bucolic Fairfield University campus?   Campus officials say Diane Wilson, author of  “An Unreasonable Woman: A True Story of Shrimpers, Politicos, Polluters, and the Fight for Seadrift, Texas,” is an […] [Read More]
Categories: Education, General
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‘PostSecret’ party in Bridgeport

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You’ve read about it in USA Today, the Connecticut Post and a host of national magazines. You’ve heard about it on a slew of  TV talk shows. And now it’s in downtown Bridgeport. Frank Warren’s nationally touring exhibition, “PostSecret,” which has captured the public’s imagination worldwide, is now drawing crowds at the art museum at Housatonic Community […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts