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Troubled no more

Perry Memorial Arch was built in 1918 at the entrance to the City of Bridgeport's Seaside Park in memory of William H. Perry.
Shoba Dasari
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Perry Memorial Arch was built in 1918 at the entrance to the City of Bridgeport's Seaside Park in memory of William H. Perry.

The city of Bridgeport says its housing authority is no longer considered officially “troubled” by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. New York has officially put a ban on native american mascots in public schools. A Connecticut behavioral health provider will pay for False Claims Act violations. And a new app will catalog coastal flood damage in New York.

Sabrina is host and producer of WSHU’s daily podcast After All Things. She also produces the climate podcast Higher Ground and other long-form news and music programs at the station. Sabrina spent two years as a WSHU fellow, working as a reporter and assisting with production of The Full Story.
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