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Stratford fatal fire video

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A video of the destructive house fire on Kathleen Drive in Stratford, where two people are believed to have perished Friday night. [Read More]
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2 may have died in Stratford fire

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The inferno that destroyed a house in north Stratford last night may have claimed two lives. We’re checking on that tragic report from a source at the scene of the Kathleen Drive fire this morning. More about the fire on connpost.com today and in the Connecticut Post tomorrow. [Read More]
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Contractor arrested

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The owner of East Coast Stone has been arrested for allegedly defrauding a Stratford woman [Read More]
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No protests this time around

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What a difference a year makes. Last year, about 75 Bridgeport cops protested at Bill Finch’s “Mayor’s Cup” charity tournament at Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course to call attention to their contract dispute with the city. The mayor was in the process of seeking cuts to the police department’s budget — including sizable slices in overtime […] [Read More]
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Spectator screening measures at Rentschler Field to increase

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Spectator screening measures at all Rentschler Field events will increase beginning with the Connecticut vs. Rhode Island football game on Saturday, Sept. 26. These changes are being made due to the recent heightening of security concerns on the national level. “We want our patrons to be able to enter Rentschler Field as safely, expeditiously and […] [Read More]
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Wanted

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   The U.S. Marshals Service is seeking the public’s help in arresting a Bridgeport man wanted on burglary and credit car theft charges. Sherman Adams, 50, of Trumbull Avenue,  is known to frequent Bridgeport and Stratford. Anyone with information about Adams’ whereabouts is asked to call 203.410.9026.   [Read More]
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The arts as an economic savior?

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About 50 local business executives, leaders from arts organizations and government officials heard an interesting pitch this morning at the University of Bridgeport. Larry Goldman, CEO and president of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, was there to talk about how the arts can be a driver of economic development. Goldman presides over an arts […] [Read More]
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Friendly bunny in need of new home

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Meet Oreo.  This little gal was found in the parking lot of the Ansonia Nature Center recently.  She is far too people-friendly to be left out in the wild.  If you would like to adopt this furry ball of cuteness, please contact Donna or Ali at the Nature Center; 203-736-1053.  [Read More]
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