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As he gears up for a potentially tough re-election in 2015, Democratic Mayor Bill Finch has replaced his seasoned press secretary with one steeped in politics and campaigns.
A domestic worker in Connecticut filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday saying she was often paid less than $1 per hour as she worked up to 100 hours per week.
A former employee of a federal prison in Danbury has been sentenced to five months in prison for sexual abuse of an inmate.
He's got $137,226 in his 2015 re-election fund, and now Mayor Bill Finch is honing his pitch.
Mayor Bill Finch gives his state-of-the-city address to the business community Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2014, at the Holiday Inn in Bridgeport, Conn.
The new Harding High School in Bridgeport is slated to be built on the grounds of what used to be a General Electric plant.
She was definitely boy's best friend. A local autistic boy's dog has gone missing and the boy's mother says she's sure the dog was stolen.
In the aftermath of some horrific street violence in Bridgeport in 2012, city and state officials and community forces, ranging from clergy to ex-cons, stepped forward and vowed to do something to address the violence.
It's pretty easy to think of seaports like Long Beach, Calif., Houston, Newark, N.J., and others on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as giants among the network of port cities around the world.
Bridgeport police have charged the third and final suspect in a shooting that left one man dead and four others injured last year.
A 23-year-old New Haven man accused of stealing a car in Bridgeport on Saturday was arrested after he was stopped in Westport, police said.
"The Word" tells the story of a single father who inappropriately inserts himself into the police investigation of his young son's abduction and murder.
Sean D. Elliot has been appointed to be the chair of the National Press Photographers Association's Ethics & Standards Committee, NPPA president Mark Dolan announced today.
Network of Working Women Announces Renaming and Expansion On March 5th, the YWCA Darien/Norwalk hosted a cocktail party launching the new name of its Working Mom's Network.
Fire caused heavy to damage to a Crane Street house early Monday, and two people were rescued from a second-floor bedroom.
One of two people rescued from a fire at a Crane Street house early today is believed to have died.