Monthly Archive for November, 2012

: November, 2012

Pequonnock Club, City settle property war, club gets $$$, wire, flagpole

Today’s story on the end of the epic property war between the Pequonnock Yacht Club and Bridgeport.

900 UI customers in Bridgeport to lose power

The power is going off in Bridgeport again on Sunday. Relax, don’t panic because it’s a planned power outage that should affect about 900 customers in a small area of Bridgeport. It can be a problem

Bridgeport Council members in Beantown for national conference

Over half of Bridgeport’s 20-person City Council was either in Boston today or en route for a National League of Cities’ conference. “There are a number of us on committees. I’m on the Economic

Grid operator’s 9.3 percent budget hike draws Conn. protest

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen, Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority said Wednesday the state will file a protest with the Federal Energy

Hartford Mayor makes headlines for limiting press access, but Bridgeport beat him to it

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra generated some unwanted headlines earlier this month when his spokesman instructed city department heads to contact her office before talking to the media. The Hartford

Lauralton Hall’s Christmas Concert set for Wednesday

We recently recieved this press release from the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall school in Milford: MILFORD — Lauralton Hall’s highly anticipated annual Christmas concert, Christmas in

Firefighters extinguish roof fire in Westport

Hot embers from a chimney landing on wooden shingles ignited a house fire Sunday morning in Westport. A neighbor who spotted the fire dancing on the Washington Avenue roof at 9:30 called the fire

Shelton police holding annual toy drive

Donations of new, unwrapped toys can be dropped off at the Shelton police department, 85 Wheeler St., or at the Outback Steakhouse at 698 Bridgeport Ave. The police department has teamed up with the

Malloy: Veterans can get flags on licenses

Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman today announced that military veterans can now apply to have their status marked on a Connecticut Driver’s License or state-issued ID. The

Post staffers relishing last Hostess snacks

With the possibility that Hostess will stop making its sugary treats becoming more real each day, I just couldn’t help myself when I saw Hostess chocolate cupcakes in the vending machine here at the