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Cotto confirms he's out as Bunnell football coach

ctpost.com — The Bulldogs' beleaguered football coach confirmed Wednesday afternoon that he's been relieved of his duties, a week after a report surfaced that Cotto was under fire for making "inappropriate comments." Sources said that Cotto's alleged comments were sexual in tone and made to players concerning family members. Superintendent of Schools Janet M.

Milford girl in Ebola scare wants to return to school

ctpost.com — School officials reportedly told her not to return to Meadowside for 21 days because some parents and teachers were concerned she could transmit Ebola to other students. On Tuesday, Ikeoluwa's father, Stephen Opayemi, 46, filed a lawsuit on her behalf in U.S. District Court against the City of Milford and the public schools.
Oct 29, 2014

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Oct 29, 2014

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Obama's visit Sunday will be a tough ticket

ctpost.com — Obama's visit on behalf of Gov. Dannel Malloy is seen as a key to the Democratic governor's bid for a second term, and Bridgeport's large trove of Democratic votes could provide the wininng margin in the rematch with Republican Tom Foley.
Oct 29, 2014

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Q poll: Malloy and Foley tied at 43 percent

ctpost.com — The new Quinnipiac Poll finds that unaffiliated voters are giving Republican Tom Foley added support, but not enough to break a 43-43 deadlock with less than a week to go in the gubernatorial race.

Family of 7-year-old quarantined due to Ebola fears sues Milford

ctpost.com — A 7-year-old girl who visited Nigeria -- not one of the three Ebola-stricken West African nations -- has been temporarily banned from returning to third grade in the Milford Public Schools, a lawsuit claims. City officials told the family their decision were based on fears over the outbreak of Ebola overseas, according to a 16-page suit filed by the girl's father Tuesday in U.S.
Oct 30, 2014

RT @dandrezner: Today's edition of "In an Abundance of Caution, Local School Wildly Overreacts To Something Vaguely Ebola-Related": ctpost.com/local/article/…

Oct 29, 2014

In case you missed it yesterday, the family of a 7-year-old 'quarantined' due to #Ebola fears is suing #Milford ow.ly/DvWvF