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Law High to perform ‘A Christmas Carol’ this weekend

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Show Dates: Friday, Nov. 15 Saturday, Nov. 16
Show Time: 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10 (Students/Adults) $5 (Senior citizens)
Where: Jonathan Law High School Auditorium [Read More]

Vallas ouster overturned

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The state Supreme Court ruled a judge should have thrown out the lawsuit seeking Supt. of Schools Paul Vallas ouster because the plaintiffs did not exhaust their other routes to seek Vallas’s disqualification prior to filing the lawsuit. The high court ruled the lower court judge did not have jurisdiction to make a ruling in […] [Read More]
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Ct Supreme Court rules on Vallas

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Hartford – It is all but moot, but the Connecticut Supreme Court on Thursday ruled unanimously that a lower court overstepped its bounds in declaring that Paul Vallas is not qualified to serve as school superintendent. Vallas’s qualifications to hold the office were challenged after the departing school board offered him a three-year contract. Vallas […] [Read More]
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Citywide leaf pickup begins Monday

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BRIDGEPORT — The citywide annual leaf pickup will begin on Monday, Nov. 18 and continue until the end of December as weather permits. Collections will begin on Monday in Black Rock at the Fairfield line and work eastward, and in the North End at Old Town Road, between Park Avenue and Main Street, and work […] [Read More]
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Comedy show for Bridgeport public schools

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BRIDGEPORT — Like comedy? Want to help raise money for Bridgeport public schools? For the second time this year Puerto Rican comedian Elizardi Castro will perform at the Klein Auditorium and proceeds will once again benefit the city’s public schools. [Read More]
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4th day of deliberations

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A Bridgeport jury begins its fourth day of deliberations in the Jayvon “Ugly” Blaine murder trial. Blaine is accused of fatally shooting Kevin Soler, of Stratford, behind Blackham School in Bridgeport in Setember 2009 [Read More]
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Shelton’s Crosby Commons to host healing author

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SHELTON-Bernie Siegel will discuss “The Art of Healing” ¬†which is the title of his new book during an appearance Nov. 20 at 2:30 p.m. in the Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community, 580 Long Hill Avenue Shelton. Siegel will have copies of the book available for sale which he will autograph during the event. Anyone seeking […] [Read More]

Region’s towns beat state average for voter turnout

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The Connecticut Secretary of the State’s office has just released town-by-town turnout numbers for the Nov. 5 municipal elections. The highest reported turnout was in Bridgewater, a town in Litchfield County that saw 77.39 percent of voters cast a ballot. The lowest figure was in Hartford, where just 5.21 percent of voters came to the […] [Read More]
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