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  • Dental Mission Does A Mouthful

    One of the glaring divides between the haves and have-nots in this country is dental care. Millions of Americans — 180 million by one estimate — do not receive dental care. Fifty percent of adults over age 30 have some level of gum disease,...
  • Court Right To Deny Law License To Ganim

    On Wednesday, the Connecticut Supreme Court unanimously quashed former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim's efforts to get his law license back, upholding a lower court ruling. It was not a hard call. Mr. Ganim, a lawyer, was a popular mayor of the state's...
  • UConn Hockey Classic Moving To Bridgeport, To Be Named Frozen Holiday Classic

    The UConn Hockey Classic is no longer. Webster Bank Arena is set to announce that a similar four-team tournament will replace the classic next season in Bridgeport, with the field expected to include UConn, Quinnipiac, Sacred Heart and Union,...
  • Bridgeport Resident Suspected Of Planning Terrorist Attack Using Remote-Controlled Plane

    BRIDGEPORT — A 26-year-old Bridgeport resident suspected of planning to bomb a federal building in Connecticut and an out-of-state university using remote-controlled airplanes is under investigation by federal authorities, according to an arrest...
  • Vallas lands six-figure job with Quinn supporter

    Vallas lands six-figure job with Quinn supporter
    Paul Vallas, who returned to Illinois last month as Gov. Pat Quinn’s running mate, has been hired to a six-figure job as a municipal finance consultant by a longtime friend and political supporter of the Democratic governor. Vallas began his...
  • Florence Griswold, Bruce Celebrate Impressionism

    Florence Griswold, Bruce Celebrate Impressionism
    Greenwich and Old Lyme are the two cradles of American impressionism, the sites of the country's two most influential turn-of-the-century artist colonies. Right now art spaces in both towns have exhibits of impressionism on the walls. Bruce Museum A...
  • Vallas rips Rauner for wanting to lower income taxes

     Vallas rips Rauner for wanting to lower income taxes
    Gov. Pat Quinn on Wednesday trotted out his running mate Paul Vallas to hammer Republican challenger Bruce Rauner’s position that the state income tax rate should rolled back, saying doing so would result in huge cuts to education and spikes in...
  • Boys Basketball: CHSCA All-State Teams

    CONNECTICUT HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION ALL-STATE BASKETBALL TEAMS Class LL - FIRST TEAM Tyler Ancrum, Bridgeport Central CJ Byrd, Greenwich Paschal Chukwu, Fairfield Prep Raiquan Clark, Hillhouse EJ Crawford, Simsbury Darnay Gray,...
  • Film Review: 'In the Blood'

    Pulses are likely to remain level during "In the Blood," a serviceable vehicle for MMA champ Gina Carano ("Haywire"). In a plot that variously recalls "True Lies," "The Long Kiss Goodnight" and "Kill Bill," Carano plays a new bride looking forward to a...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Bridgeport Company Named Among Best Places To Work In Connecticut

    The Hartford Business Journal is pleased to recognize 35 companies as the Best Places to Work in Connecticut for 2014. The winning companies were honored at Hartford Business Journal's annual Best Places to Work event held on March 19th at the Oakdale...
  • Regional Digest: JCC Basketball Classic

    JCC Basketball Classic The JCC Schoolboy/Schoolgirl Classic is April 13 at 1:30 p.m. at the JCC of Greater New Haven. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and $8 for children under 8. The girls rosters: East — Karlee Alves, Ellington;...
  • Ed Page On Facebook: Would Connecticut Be Better Off With Eight Big Towns?

    The following is an abridged version of a conversation at http://www.facebook.com/edpagecourant. Jeff Clark: I like the thinking, and it can work ... our current system of towns is a carry-over from 1638-ish. Guy Minor: This is not a good idea as far as...