Finch Says Steel Point Project Should Now Take ShapeWith Friday's approval of $31 million in state grants and special financing to develop a proposed Bass Pro Shops store in Bridgeport, the city's mayor said he expects the long-awaited Steel Point waterfront project will now take shape.
Paper: Church Open Four Years With No Certificate Of OccupancyA 1,500-seat church in Bridgeport has apparently been operating for four years without a certificate of occupancy that certifies it's safe.
Mayor Says City Needs Additional Storm Sandy Recovery $$Bridgeport's mayor says the governor's plan for allocating $72 million in federal funding to recover from Superstorm Sandy isn't adequate for the city's needs.
Cities Still Struggling With SnowConnecticut's largest cities were struggling to remove huge amounts of snow from narrow streets littered with abandoned vehicles.
Bridgeport's Mayor Says His City Is Being Snubbed In Power Restoration Bridgeport's mayor says Connecticut's largest city is poorly served by United Illuminating as nearly 28,000 residents are still without power, days after Superstorm Sandy battered shoreline communities.
Storm Prompts Bridgeport CurfewBridgeport's mayor says he is imposing an 8 p.m. curfew as crews work on a power outage affecting the entire downtown.
Bridgeport Names New Police Chief
Ballot Shortage, Vote Count Delay Prompts Talk of Changes
Foley: I'm Not Ready to Concede
Bridgeport Announces Ballot Numbers; Appear to Give Malloy the Win
12 Bridgeport Voting Districts to Remain Open 2 Extra Hours