A crowd of nearly 50 women protest the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Organizers said they are planning next steps to fight for women’s rights over their bodies.
A memorial ride will be held Saturday in Bridgeport after Adolfo “AJ” DeJesus, 17, was killed last week when a pickup truck struck his scooter.
Anne Fiyalka, 101, was a passenger on a flight piloted by Amelia Earhart in 1936. She said she was inspired by the groundbreaking aviation pioneer.
Adolfo “AJ” DeJesus, 17, died after being struck by a pickup truck while riding a scooter in Bridgeport last week.
The Bridgeport Police Department arrested the two men after a woman said she was assaulted in a city gas station Wednesday morning.
Juliemar Ortiz is trying to compete in the Democratic primary against incumbent Dennis Bradley and party nominee Rev. Herron Gaston.
The zoo is marking the milestone with a bake off, animal shows and burying a time capsule set to be opened in 50 years.
The Bridgeport Police Department charged Amheir Noel Wednesday with a fatal shooting in the P.T. Barnum Housing Complex earlier this month.
The Barnum Festival Parade starts at John Street and Park Avenue at noon on Sunday and features a number of floats.
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Adolpho “AJ” De Jesus, 18, has died after he and a 17-year-old were struck by a pickup truck last week while riding a scooter in Bridgeport.
As an avid watcher of the current presentations of the Jan. 6 committee regarding the insurrection attacks on the Capitol, I cannot but classify it as an attempted coup, an attack on the democratic process of the United States. This is evidenced by a group of white nationalists known primarily as members of the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers who...
A Bridgeport official said the two minors remained hospitalized with serious injuries Tuesday after the crash — the city’s second last week involving a scooter.
“You get a little bit of success, it kind of leaves you wanting more. ... That was a good thing for our young guys.”
“There is no question that animal acts are a cruel and unnecessary business,” says animal advocate Karen Laski, a member of the board of Connecticut Votes for Animals.
Ansonia job seekers can get their resumes worked on, professional headshots and information on training programs to enter the job force.