Bridgeport police nab two Trumbull robbery suspects; look for third

BRIDGEPORT – City police have two men in custody, and are looking for a third, in connection with an attempted robbery of a Trumbull home near the Bridgeport border, according to scanner reports.
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Bridgeport fuel cell plant gains recognition

Dominion Bridgeport Fuel Cell Plant   BRIDGEPORT – The city is receiving recognition as a leader in green energy production. In a recent report, Marketplace, which focuses on national and
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Shelton fire dept. offers safe grilling tips

Picture courtesy of the Shelton Fire Department   Here are some tips from the Shelton Fire Department to safely enjoy outdoor grilling this the summer. The department pointed out over half of
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Herbst: Trumbull looking at Rt. 111 improvements

TRUMBULL – First Selectman Timothy Herbst says the state has a plan to improve the Rt. 111 intersection near the shopping center which houses Fitness Edge, Chips, Prime 111 and other retail
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Bridgeport felon indicted on new gun charge

BRIDGEPORT-A city man with prior state gun convictions was indicted by a federal grand jury Friday for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Lorenzo Carter, 20, is accused of possessing a .22
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Woman tells police boyfriend fell on her knife -twice

BRIDGEPORT – A local woman claims her boyfriend accidentally fell onto the knife she was holding –twice. Terene Clark, 30, of Grand Street, was charged Friday with first-degree assault, first-degree
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Sex offender should have listened to his mother

BRIDGEPORT – Harold Frazier should have probably listened to his mother before he decided to sexually assault a 15-year-old girl he found wandering downtown streets. Standing before Superior Court
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Face of Bridgeport’s ad campaign owes taxes

It’s easy to understand why, when the city launched it’s $255,000 advertising campaign, it chose to lead with Marshan Coleman. According to the television ad featuring Coleman, he grew up in
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