Bridgeport to hold anti-violence forum

After 10 homicides this year, Bridgeport officials are calling on residents to speak out against the recent violence in the Park City.Mayor Bill Finch and

BRIDGEPORT - After 10 homicides this year, Bridgeport officials are calling on residents to speak out against the recent violence in the Park City.

Mayor Bill Finch and and Police Chief Joseph Gaudett are hosting a public forum to address the recent increase in shootings.

It starts tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at Kolbe Catherdral.

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