It’s with deep sadness that we report Marisol Estrada, the victim of a fire on Washington Avenue, has passed away. We mourn with the community at large who lost a Bridgeport resident and dedicated mother. Ms. Estrada leaves behind a toddler who is still in critical condition at a children’s hospital in Boston.
Former Red Sox ace continues march to the Big Leagues
‘Fish Fall Despite Simmons’s Offensive Outburst
By JJ DUKE
WASHINGTON – In a hearing of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) questioned U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry on the United States’ strategy to defeat ISIS. During the exchange, Murphy expressed his concerns about arming and training the Syrian rebels and their potential coordination with Al Nusra, the Syrian affiliate of Al Qaeda.
By ROB SULLIVAN
On September 19th, Optimus Health Care welcomes back of one of the most competitive challenges in Connecticut culinary history, the Fourth Annual Connecticut Chefs Challenge! Continue reading
(HARTFORD) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today released the following statement in response to the release of the Connecticut Department of Labor’s monthly “Labor Situation” report for August 2014:
By DENA SALERNO
Six associates from The Watermark at 3030 Park receive national awards for exemplary service to seniors
By KEVIN GARRAHAN
Washington, DC — Congressman Jim Himes (D4) issued the following statement today after voting against an amendment to authorize U.S. funding to arm and train so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels.
By JJ DUKE
(Camden, NJ.) – The Bridgeport Bluefish were defeated by the Camden Riversharks 12-1 on Wednesday evening at Campbell’s Field.
State Receives $161 Million Federal Grant for 118-Year-Old Norwalk Rail Bridge
By PETER YAZBAK