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By MariAn Gail Brown Stratford native Carol Koty, a kitchen supervisor at the Waterview in Monroe, has her sights set on the World Food Championship’s gourmet cooking contest in Las Vegas. Koty’s signature dish for this event are her bacon-St.Andre triple cream cheese and potato pierogies with a bacon-infused dipping sauce. Mmmmmm….Wouldn’t you like to Read More
By Michael P. Mayko HARTFORD-The owner of a Trumbull and Stamford dental firms will be spending eight years in federal prison for masterminding a $21 million Medicare fraud that had his associates increase their salaries by performing unnecessary procedures on indigent patients. “You deprived every single person who lives in this country of government services,” Read More
“You really have to think on your feet — a lot of times, I don’t know the issue until I get in the car to go to the studio,” she said. The show is aired live from MSNBC’s New York studios.
A federal court ruling is expected today in Gus Curcio’s attempt to quash a subpoena issued to his accountant by the IRS. The IRS claims Curcio, who has been identified by federal prosecutors as a Genovese Crime Family associate from Stratford, owes “in excess of $100,000 for outstanding tax liabilities for the 2003 through 2006 Read More
A judge has ruled that a Fairfield cop, forced to resign after he was caught peeping in a woman’s window, deserves a hearing before the town’s retirement board to determine if he could instead have retired with a disability pension.
The 7th annual Caribbean Jerk Fest will take place Saturday on McLevy Green in downtown Bridgeport. Here’s the official release: The West Indian American Association of Greater Bridgeport will hold its Annual Caribbean Jerk Fest on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at McLevy Green-downtown Bridgeport, CT. Jerk chicken and jerk pork will be available hot Read More
Because of the possibility of extreme heat and thunderstorms, the free New Haven Symphony Orchestra concert, ”Dueling Divas,” originally slated for the New Haven Green, has been moved indoors to the Shubert Theater, 247 College St., New Haven, on Saturday, July 20, at 7 p.m. “The safety of our audience is first and foremost, Read More
A teenaged pedestrian reportedly struck by a vehicle in Fairfield Sunday afternoon was in stable condition at Bridgeport Hospital Sunday afternoon. Police were still working the scene of the accident and didn’t have details, but a spokesman from Bridgeport confirmed that the victim, a male, was taken to the hospital after the accident and was Read More
The Barnum Festival’s Great Street Parade, the finale of the Barnum Festival, steps off today (Sunday, June 30) at NOON from the intersection of Brooklawn, North and Clinton avenues. It will proceed west along North Avenue, turning left onto to Park Avenue, turning right onto Capitol Ave. It concludes near Central High School on Lincoln Read More
The joys, concerns, setbacks and victories of the gay community are explored in the 3rd annual “SameSex” exhibition at nonprofit City Lights Gallery in downtown Bridgeport, which opens Thursday, June 6, and runs through July 13. “City Lights is a reflection of all of us,” said Gallery Director Suzanne Kachmar, referring to the show. Annual Read More