Kennedy Center CEO responds to arrest of former employee

The head of a Trumbull-based non-profit agency responded Tuesday to news that a former employee had been arrested on charges of forging checks. In a letter addressed to employees, families, friends and stakeholders, Rick Sebastian, president & CEO of The Kennedy Center, confirmed that Isaac Jones, 27, had been arrested on charges that he had forged more than $25,000 worth … read more

Language programs get governor’s seal of approval

Over the past three years, Trumbull High’s World Language Department has steadily expanded its curriculum, now offering advanced level classes in Latin, Italian, French and Spanish. As a result, the school’s seniors have a 75% pass rate on the demanding Seal of Biliteracy test, which doubles as a state certification of fluency in a language. On Friday, the state officially … read more

Report: Check forging scheme cost Trumbull non-profit agency $25,000

A Bridgeport man is facing charges after an alleged check forging scheme drained more than $24,000 from a Trumbull-based non-profit agency’s account. According to police, a representative from the Kennedy Center informed the department last year that the organization suspected unauthorized checks had been written and cashed at Newtown Savings Bank. The checks had been written on a dedicated client … read more