Manufacturing and trade, long mainstays in the Bridgeport economy, are being increasingly supplemented by the service-producing industries, particularly personal, business, and health services, as Bridgeport seeks to diversify.
More than twenty years since the end of apartheid, Manenberg has not seen the fruits of democracy.
The community is largely recognized in South African media for its social problems, which include unemployment, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, crime, and above all, relentless gang violence.
Suffolk Stables, located in beautiful Burlington County, offers a wide variety of services for all ages and levels of riders, a great place to begin to ride!
They're one of the only stables in Burlington County to offer horseback riding lessons for 3 year olds and upwards and one of the only stables in all of New Jersey to offer beach rides to their students!
Pequonnock River Mouth Site of Village Bridgeport, situated on a commodious harbor and river estuary, was the site of at least five Native American villages and in 1659 became the site of Connecticut's first Indian reservation.