Two male cats surrendered to Trumbull Animal Shelter

Leo and Scorpio Leo and Scorpio are 5-year-old neutered cats. Unfortunately their family members became allergic and had to surrender them. They would prefer a home with no dogs. Visit Leo, Scorpio and other pets available at the Trumbull ...

Nighttime bridge work on Merritt Parkway & Route 8 this week, expect delays

A nighttime bridge maintenance project will be performed on Route 15 and Route 8 in Trumbull, beginning Monday, ...

Trumbull photographer wins first place

The photo, "After," by Trumbull photographer Kerry Long, recently won first place in the Color Photography category at ...

Town teaches residents to administer life-saving drug

In this 2018 file photo, a Narcan nasal device which delivers naloxone lies on a counter as a ...

Former GOP councilman gears up for town-wide run

The 2019 local election season unofficially started Monday as Republican Mark Block announced that he had formed an exploratory committee to run for town-wide office. Mark Block “During the past several months, elected officials, community leaders, and residents across Trumbull have encouraged me to run for town-wide elective office,” Block said. “After thoughtfully considering those calls to serve, I have filed the necessary paperwork with and have received approval from ...

Romanchick, Milenkevich win 24th St. Patrick’s Day Classic

Kate Romanchick and Tim Milenkevich crossed the finish line first at the 24th St. Patrick's Day Classic Road Race. Hundreds of runners throughout Fairfield County and as far as New York City decked ...

Art Pranger stands out in Friday League bowling

The Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club’s Friday Bowling League on March 15 has a tight race with Team 20 (John Deleonardo, Walter Hart, Ivan Bicocchi, Bob Burke), in first place by ...

Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club Tuesday bowling update

The Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club’s Tuesday Bowling League competed at the Nutmeg Lanes in Fairfield on March 5.  Team 16 (Ray Boratko, Chuck Vento, Bob Oleyar, Jay Tyler) retained first ...

Baseball: Brian Hnatuk senior pitcher at Eastern Connecticut

Brian Hnatuk from Trumbull helped pitch Eastern Connecticut State University to an 11-4 victory over the University of Scranton at North Charlotte Regional Park in Port Charlotte (Fla.).  Hnatuk, a ...

Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club Friday bowling results

The Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club’s Friday Bowling League on Feb. 22 has Team 8 (George Koulouris, Dave Martini, Ron Fiorella, Angelo Cordone) and Team 20 (John Deleonardo, Walter Hart, Ivan Bicocchi, Bob Burke) in first place with a four-point lead.  Dave Farrington bowled the high individual scratch game of 248 and the high individual game with handicap ...

Walsh’s Wonderings — New rules for talking

Robert F. Walsh I’m all for free and open communication, and goodness knows we could use more of ...

Tesoro — Budget must be based on fact, not hope

To the Editor: Education is critical to Trumbull. I, and others, came to Trumbull based on the excellent ...

Former GOP councilman gears up for town-wide run

The 2019 local election season unofficially started Monday as Republican Mark Block announced that he had formed an exploratory committee to run for town-wide office. Mark Block “During ...

Two male cats surrendered to Trumbull Animal Shelter

Leo and Scorpio Leo and Scorpio are 5-year-old neutered cats. Unfortunately their family members became allergic and had to surrender them. They would prefer a home with no ...

Nighttime bridge work on Merritt Parkway & Route 8 this week, expect delays

A nighttime bridge maintenance project will be performed on Route 15 and Route 8 in Trumbull, beginning Monday, March 18. According to the state Department of Transportation, the work will ...

Trumbull photographer wins first place

The photo, "After," by Trumbull photographer Kerry Long, recently won first place in the Color Photography category at the Rowayton Arts Center's Photography, Sculpture & Fiber Art show. Trumbull photographer ...

Town teaches residents to administer life-saving drug

In this 2018 file photo, a Narcan nasal device which delivers naloxone lies on a counter as a health educator gives instructions on how to administer it. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) ...

Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club Friday bowling results

The Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club’s Friday Bowling League on Feb. 22 has Team 8 (George Koulouris, Dave Martini, Ron Fiorella, Angelo Cordone) and Team 20 (John Deleonardo, Walter Hart, Ivan Bicocchi, Bob Burke) in first place with a four-point lead.  Dave Farrington bowled the high individual scratch game of 248 and ...

Romanchick, Milenkevich win 24th St. Patrick’s Day Classic

Kate Romanchick and Tim Milenkevich crossed the finish line first at the 24th St. Patrick's Day Classic Road Race. Hundreds of runners throughout Fairfield County and as far as New York City decked out in green to hit the ...

Art Pranger stands out in Friday League bowling

The Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club’s Friday Bowling League on March 15 has a tight race with Team 20 (John Deleonardo, Walter Hart, Ivan Bicocchi, Bob Burke), in first place by one point over Team ...

Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club Tuesday bowling update

The Tashua Knolls Senior Men’s Club’s Tuesday Bowling League competed at the Nutmeg Lanes in Fairfield on March 5.  Team 16 (Ray Boratko, Chuck Vento, Bob Oleyar, Jay Tyler) retained first place with a five-point ...

Children rally community for ALS research

Arell Nankervis was getting nervous. The lemonade stand that her three children had set up outside was not going well. “For 45 minutes they were out there, and no one came,” Nankervis said Nankervis promoted the stand on social media, mentioning that the children would be donating all proceeds to ...
Trumbull Police Officers Tim Fedor and Kelly Gonzalez, with TPAUD’s Americorps Opioid Prevention Corps Member Dena Miccinello promote the prescription drop box at the Trumbull Police Department.

Change the Script: TPAUD launches campaign to battle opioid crisis

Sponsored Content: Like so many communities, Trumbull has seen the growing impact of the opioid crisis.   The effects on Trumbull can be measured in lives lost and the physical, emotional and financial stress on individuals struggling with addiction, as well as their their families, the town’s first responders and ...

School News

Frenchtown School The Kindness Club will be collecting toothbrushes and toothpaste for the shelter during January. These are items have been identified as things that people don’t usually donate but there is a large need for. Frenchtown School’s Family Fun Night at the Sound Tigers game at the Webster Bank ...

Tesoro — Budget must be based on fact, not hope

To the Editor: Education is critical to Trumbull. I, and others, came to Trumbull based on the excellent reputation of our public schools. I began with no children in the system, then ...

Letter — First selectman has serious chutzpah

To the Editor: Fifteen months ago, when I left office, I left a hand-written note to my successor wishing her well and letting her know that her success would be Trumbull’s success. ...

Letter — Toll resolution marked by listening, thoughtful discussion

To the Editor: While the “Letters to the Editors” forum is often used to point fingers, swipe at those on the other side of the aisle and highlight perceived negatives, I am ...

Chief — Trumbull is not part of a mass surveillance program

Police Chief Michael Lombardo is disputing a report from the American Civil Liberties Union that said Trumbull is one of eight law enforcement departments in ...

Student review — ‘Chicago’ delivers

CHICAGO's dance ensemble. — Jessica Spillane The sights and sounds of 1920s Chicago came to life in Trumbull High School's musical production of CHICAGO: High ...
Snow falls on Town Hall. — Kate Czaplinski photo

Former GOP councilman gears up for town-wide run

The 2019 local election season unofficially started Monday as Republican Mark Block announced that he had formed an exploratory committee to run for town-wide office. ...

Religious news and upcoming programs

Luncheon and Floral Design program On Thursday, March 21, at noon, the Women's Fellowship of Unity Hill United Church of Christ will hold their monthly ...

Chief — Trumbull is not part of a mass surveillance program

Police Chief Michael Lombardo is disputing a report from the American Civil Liberties Union that said Trumbull is one of eight law enforcement departments in ...

Student review — ‘Chicago’ delivers

CHICAGO's dance ensemble. — Jessica Spillane The sights and sounds of 1920s Chicago came to life in Trumbull High School's musical production of CHICAGO: High ...
Bernard Klem

Obituary: Bernard Klem, 83, of Trumbull

Bernard Klem Bernard Klem, 83, of Trumbull, sadly passed away on December 27th 2018. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts on October 2, 1935, the ...

Religious news and upcoming programs

Luncheon and Floral Design program On Thursday, March 21, at noon, the Women's Fellowship of Unity Hill United Church of Christ will hold their monthly ...

Kneads & Cravings: Elevating comfort food

Honestly, is there anything more comforting than macaroni and cheese? It’s just one of those great recipes that requires little effort while bringing all sorts ...

Kids Stuff: Family Fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Felting Workshop for Kids: Making Felted Soap, March 16, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Rd., Wilton. Ages 6-12. Cost: $10-$35. ...

Drive: Fall in love with 2018 Alfa Romeo

On the broadest scale, sport sedans have come in four international flavors in recent years: from ...

Trying Out: Auditions and calls for art

Photography competition, March 15, 4-8 p.m., March 16 and 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Guilford Art Center’s ...

Binge and Repeat: Save the day with ‘Jack Ryan’

Jim from “The Office” had quite the glow when John Krasinski starred in Amazon Prime Video’s ...

Curtain Call: Race to New Milford’s production of ‘Race’

Playwright David Mamet wastes no time in throwing the New Milford TheatreWorks audience into the middle ...

Legendary Dick Cavett shares his talents at the Playhouse

“Do you suppose that any of Houdini’s DNA is still in my pool?” Not the kind ...

Origins of the Marshall Tucker Band

One of the Marshall Tucker Band’s first of many big hits, “Can’t You See,” penned by ...

Legendary Dick Cavett shares his talents at the Playhouse

“Do you suppose that any of Houdini’s DNA is still in my pool?” Not the kind ...

Kids Stuff: Family Fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Felting Workshop for Kids: Making Felted Soap, March 16, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Rd., Wilton. Ages 6-12. Cost: $10-$35. ...

Drive: Fall in love with 2018 Alfa Romeo

On the broadest scale, sport sedans have come in four international flavors in recent years: from ...

Curtain Call: Race to New Milford’s production of ‘Race’

Playwright David Mamet wastes no time in throwing the New Milford TheatreWorks audience into the middle ...

Binge and Repeat: Save the day with ‘Jack Ryan’

Jim from “The Office” had quite the glow when John Krasinski starred in Amazon Prime Video’s ...

Kneads & Cravings: Elevating comfort food

Honestly, is there anything more comforting than macaroni and cheese? It’s just one of those great recipes that requires little effort while bringing all sorts ...

Trying Out: Auditions and calls for art

Photography competition, March 15, 4-8 p.m., March 16 and 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Guilford Art Center’s ...

Origins of the Marshall Tucker Band

One of the Marshall Tucker Band’s first of many big hits, “Can’t You See,” penned by ...

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