Student is a piano prodigy

Sindy Yang of Trumbull was one of a group of young piano students from across Connecticut who recently gathered to perform, having placed as winners in the 35th Annual Renée B. Fisher Competition for Young Pianists. The students performed before a large audience in the Winner’s Concert on May 12. Sindy placed second in the High School Division. Sindy, 15, … read more

Grant boosts Nichols Fire readiness

No matter how bad the weather gets, Nichols residents can be sure their fire department is ready to come to their aid, thanks to a $92,000 state grant. State Sen. Anthony Musto, D-22nd District, and Chief John Plofkin, Jr., recently announced state funding for an emergency power generator for the Nichols Fire Department on Shelton Road in Trumbull. The new … read more

Trumbull High School announces third term honor roll students

HONORS WITH DISTINCTION Grade 9: Victoria Carter, Andrea Cuadrado, Caroline Forster, Jessica Ganim, Carlos Garrido, Erin Harlor, Rachel Hogan, Lahari Kota, Alison Kuznitz, Brittany Kuznitz, Lukas Kyc, Justin Lynch, Kelliann McCabe, Jillian McGrew, Julia Provenzano, Nikhil Ramachandran, Ryan Remeika, Jacob Robbins, Emily Sarnecky, Kendall Szulimowski, Frederick Tamarkin, Emma Thornton, Emily Uus, Michael Zabin.   Grade 10: Lekha Alaparthi, Alexa Bragg, … read more

Popular radio personality retires

By Jill K. Dion Editor After more than 50 years as a favorite radio personality, bringing his listeners lost oldies, interesting trivia and relevant news, Al Warren is retiring. With impressive Arbitron ratings on his weekend morning show on WICC and a love of the job as fresh as it was when he was a child lying under his covers … read more