Bravissimo! Trumbull High students earn top honor for foreign languages

For nearly 100 Trumbull High seniors, four years of hard work paid off last week when they were awarded with the Seal of Biliteracy for proficiency in a foreign language of their choice. The seal, conferred by the State Department of Education, is awarded to students who demonstrate proficiency in English and one or more foreign languages. Trumbull High teaches … read more

Health Department offers free hepatitis tests

The Trumbull Health Department is offering a new service to residents. Free hepatitis c screening is now available at the Health Department, 335 White Plains Road. The test is confidential. Testing requires a drop of blood from a finger stick. The results are available in 20 minutes. Residents are encouraged to call the Health Department at 203-452-1030 to schedule an … read more

Letter — First selectman engaged in half truths

Last week, the first selectman asserted I have been unresponsive to her “reaching out” to me in an effort to appoint someone to the Ethics Commission seat which term had expired in December 2017. The facts are straight forward- she never personally contacted me in advance of her two nominees appearing on the Town Council agendas for January 2018 and … read more

Moorefield developers withdraw zoning application

Snow falls on Town Hall. — Kate Czaplinski photo

The developers seeking to build a housing development on the site of the former Moorefield Herb Farm have withdrawn their application from the Planning & Zoning Commission. When the group reapplies, the commission will look somewhat different than it does now. P&Z Chairman Fred Garrity, a Democrat, who faced a storm of criticism from Republican Party leaders and a group … read more