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

Editorial: Support the market

Last spring, Trumbull residents were upset, outraged and confused when news broke that the Trumbull…


Opinion: Autism Awareness

You go through life feeling blindfolded. Your clothes feel heavy and uncomfortable. Everyday smells violate…


Editorial: Onward or backward?

Some Trumbullites, for good reason, are tired of hearing about a controversy surrounding the removal…

"Onward We March," an acrylic painting on 48" x 96" canvas by Robin Morris was hanging at the Trumbull Library until the first selectman had it taken down.

Editorial: Herbst's decision 'paints' town in bad light

A fascinating quality about art is that we often breathe our own life into it….

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