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Did Moales lie about gay Eucharist?

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In today’s paper there was a profile of Rev. Kenneth Moales Jr. In that profile he claims he didn’t graduate from Yale Divinity School because of a requirement to attend a “gay Eucharist.” Although we noted that that is not a requirement listed by the school, a concerned city resident (and Yale alum) thought that […] [Read More]
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Expensive driveway private because it’s always been

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BRIDGEPORT — Two weeks ago, Councilman John Olson, D-132, asked Mayor Bill Finch and the city attorney for an explanation as to why the $400,000 Bridgeport-funded driveway leading to controversial developer Manuel “Manny” Moutinho’s house in Stratford was marked private. Last night, he thanked the city attorney for — privately — giving him the response. […] [Read More]
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Area Dental Firm owner to be sentenced

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By Michael P. Mayko HARTFORD-His Rhode Island mansion, 33-foot boat and $91,700 are already gone. Now the federal government wants Gary Anusavice, the 60-year-old mastermind of a $21 million Medicaid dental fraud sent to prison for as much as eight years during his sentencing Wednesday. Anusavice, who owned Dental Group of Connecticut in Trumbull; the […] [Read More]
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Another Olson Drive apartment bites the dust

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By Michael P. Mayko ANSONIA-Demolition crews Tuesday began tearing down another five buildings in the Riverside Apartments on Olson Drive. Mayor James DellaVolpe said the process will take a couple of months. The four are on the southern High Street side. When completed it will leave only four of the original 11 buildings standing. The […] [Read More]
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Gus Curcio loses bid to quash IRS subpoena

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By Michael P. Mayko HARTFORD-Gus Curcio, who federal prosecutors have long maintained is a Genovese Crime Family associate, lost his bid to quash an IRS subpoena issued to his accountant. The IRS is attempting to determine Curcio’s sources of income and whether he can pay more than $100,000 owed in federal taxes from 2003-2006. Curcio […] [Read More]
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Bridgeport store owner charged with selling bath salts

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The Statewide Narcotics Task Force arrested Toni Alsamrin, who owns a store across from Bassick High School, and charged him with selling Mephedrone, also known as bath salts [Read More]
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Going to the dogs- and cats too

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The cement foundation has been poured for Oxford’s new animal shelter. The shelter is expected to open next spring [Read More]
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Driveway stands

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Judge refuses to order the city paid for driveway for millionaire developer Manuel Moutinho ripped up [Read More]
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