Police: New York counterfeiters targeting local vendors

Trumbull police have investigated numerous incidents of counterfeiting cash in recent months, although merchants are often not aware of the crime, according to Captain Keith Golding. Counterfeiting is a continuing retail problem, Golding said. On Monday, Feb. 18, two suspects passed six counterfeit $100 bills at the HomeGoods store on Hawley Lane and escaped with a large quantity of merchandise. … read more

Legislators wrap up ‘listening tour’

Trumbull’s state representatives David Rutigliano (R-123rd), Laura Devlin (R-134th) and Ben McGorty (R-122nd) spent the month of January on a town-wide listening tour, in order to hear from Trumbull residents on state issues. The representatives, who together represent the town in the state House, fielded questions from constituents on some major state issues to be debated this session. Topics included … read more

Changes coming to Long Hill Green Village area

Big changes are coming to Long Hill Green, and the public can get a glimpse of the coming changes at a community meeting February 13 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the school administration building at 6254 Main Street. “The Long Hill Green Village area has been a priority of mine to improve safety, traffic flow and … read more

Aquarion offers assistance to federal employees

Aquarion Water Company announced today that its Customer Service Center is available to assist federal employees impacted by the partial government shutdown. Federal employees having difficulty paying their Aquarion water bill can contact Aquarion’s Customer Service Center at 1-800-732-9678 for a review of their account and assistance options. Aquarion also offers a Customer Assistance Program for those who qualify. Customers … read more