Hundreds expected at Bridgeport anti-violence march

Hundreds are expected today at City Hall for an anti-violence march in Bridgeport.Since New Year's Day, six people have been shot, two fatally, in the

BRIDGEPORT - Hundreds are expected today at City Hall for an anti-violence march in Bridgeport.

Since New Year's Day, six people have been shot, two fatally, in the Park City. Organizers of the march say they will be specifically honoring those who were fatally shot, 14-year-old Justin Thompson and 26-year-old Greg Thomas.

Those who are marching say the killings and the violence are senseless.

The march is set to begin at 5 p.m. along Stratford Avenue.

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