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Members of the Bridgeport Tactical Narcotic Team and the Connecticut State Police Narcotics Task Force raided a house Tuesday night at 158 George Street across from Columbus Elementary School in Bridgeport. Police seized 50 bags of crack cocaine from the scene. They arrested two men, 31-year-old Diego Colon and 24-year-old Antonio Bermudez, both convicted felons. Read More
Police in Norwalk are warning of a new scam involving Green Dot money cards that’s been reported in several places across the region. The department says that businesses and individuals are receiving phone calls pretending to be with a utility company or a government agency like the IRS. The callers tell people that they owe Read More
Area police said this week that they’ll be stepping up enforcement of the state’s seat belt laws this week. Departments in Norwalk and Milford say they’ll be checking to make sure that people are properly belted in and that young children are properly strapped into a safety seat. Both departments say they’re officers will be Read More
An SUV crashed into the back of a school bus on Bridgeport’s East Side late Tuesday afternoon, but no students were injured in the crash. The accident was reported around 4:45 p.m. at the intersection of East Main and Kent streets. Firefighters and EMS crews were called to the scene as a precaution but an Read More
Gov. Malloy, sens Blumenthal and Himes. State’s , Mayor Finch, the state’s attorney, city council members, police and an assortment of city activists all gathering in the Margaret Morton Goverment Center for anti violence press conference
A woman was shot in the face and a man was critically injured following a “police involved” shooting outside Burger King in Bodton Avenue. Police confirm city police officer shot one of the people. This is now a State Police investigation
Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis has ordered a recount in Easton’s first selectman election. Bellis ruled that there is a reasonable likelihood that a recount could change the election results.
BRIDGEPORT – Applications for next year’s freshman class at the Fairchild Wheeler Multi-Magnet High Schools are now being accepted. application link The schools include on that focuses on Information and Technology, one that focuses on Zoological Sciences and Biotechnology and a third that deals with Physical Sciences, Engineering and Aerospace/Hydrospace. There is no tuition to Read More
Officer David Hartman: There was a anonymous call from a public pay phone at 9:48 am that sounded much more like a statement than someone reporting something. The call taker was not able to get answers to questions we would normally have. It was just someone who claimed to be a roommate of someone on Read More
BRIDGEPORT — The Downtown has embraced the arts scene in recent years. This chalkboard was put up as part of an art event earlier this year and it’s still standing. Have you seen it? If you haven’t, can you guess where it is? What would you write in there?