U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro

DeLauro: Is accelerated drug approval safe?

WASHINGTON, DC— Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) has outlined her concerns over accelerated drug approval in a letter to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Margaret Hamburg. She also

Therapist charged with health care fraud

Danielle Faux, 46, of Weston, was arrested today on federal health care fraud charges. On February 19, 2014, a federal grand jury sitting in Bridgeport returned an indictment charging Faux with 46

Parks organization opposes Bridgeport’s solar field

In a letter to Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch, Kristen Palumbo Handy, acting head of the National Association for Olmsted Parks, urged the administration “reconsider its plans for building solar and fuel

Building collapse

NORWALK – A section of brick wall collapsed on a Main Street commercial building this afternoon. Fire officials said there were no injuries when the wall collapsed on the building at 761 Main St. The

Trumbull zoning officials extend moratorium on pot dispensary

Mexican lawmaker Fernando Belaunzaran takes a photo with his phone while touring a legal marijuana grow room, at River Rock dispensary, in Denver. AP   TRUMBULL — The town’s Planning and Zoning

Credit agency: Trumbull’s financial position improving

TRUMBULL — Ratings agency Standard & Poor has upgraded the town’s bond rating to a AA+ from a AA. The higher credit rating is a good sign for the town, as it essentially means it is in a better

Unruly restaurant patron punches Milford cop

A Milford officer suffered minor injuries when he was punched in the face by a man he was escorting out of a popular city restaurant, police said. Luis Vazquez, 38, of no certain address, had been

Easton Investment Advisor Faces 30 years

HARTFORD-An Easton investment advisor who federal prosecutors claim stole at least $26 million from some 700 victims including St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church in Orange will be sentenced this