Kate Czaplinski
The Bunny Fountain, a landmark of the Nichols area, has a long history that dates back to 1895. It has been cared for and preserved by the Nichols Improvement Association. It was announced this week that the NIA green be home to the Trumbull Farmers Market. For more information on NIA visit NIATrumbull.org. — Joshua Fisher photo

Farmers Market returns: Organizers prepping for opening of new market, in new location

The Trumbull Farmers Market is returning this spring, finding a new home in Nichols. Starting…

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Trumbull Farmers’ Market to return, in new location

The Trumbull Farmers’ Market will be back and  held at the Nichols Improvement Association Green….

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Budget vote: Herbst calls new director the ‘A-Rod’ of parks and recreation

Moments after the Trumbull Town Council approved a budget that includes a new Director of…

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Friday: Police captain to discuss saying goodbye to member of the department

Ridgefield Police Capt. Jeff Kreitz will be a special guest Friday on HAN Radio’s Behind…

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