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Five men have filed suit against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut, claiming they were sexually abused by three priests in Connecticut from the 1970s to early 2000s, with one of the accused priests still working in Maine last year.

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In Connecticut the two major party candidates running for governor are promising to fix the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. Democrat Ned Lamont says he’d improve customer service by upgrading technology at the DMV. Republican Bob Stefanowski would like to privatize the agency.

Courtesy of United Way of Coastal Fairfield County

Thousands of people fled Puerto Rico for Connecticut after Hurricane Maria. In Bridgeport a founding member of Greater Bridgeport United worked with a coalition to open the Puerto Rico Relief Center. There she helped families settle into Connecticut’s largest city.  

Bridgeport's 'Mount Trashmore' Will Soon Be No More

Aug 22, 2018
Courtesy of the Bridgeport Public Library / Natalie Cioffari

“Mount Trashmore,” otherwise known as the construction debris site in the East End of Bridgeport, Connecticut, is in the final stages of clean up.

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A top police officer in Connecticut’s largest city is on administrative leave after allegedly sending racist text messages to another officer.