These are some of the stories you’ll find in this week’s Trumbull Times, out today:

• Class of 2014 says good-bye, with a few laughs and words of advice.

• Trumbull Day is back, with more food, rides and, of course, fireworks.

• Police chief, deputy chief announce plans to retire.

• State agrees Route 111 intersection needs signal.

• In Opinion: Anderson family thanks community; Chairman supports Haberlin in special election; Joe Pisani talks about service and love.

• Legion summer baseball festival at the ballpark and more local sports news.

• Student raises money for Sandy Hook Promise

• Trumbull residents named valedictorian at Platt.

• Mock Trial team places in national competition.

• Meet Ivan, a cat that needs a home.

• Tony Reno to perform at the gazebo July 1.

• Local jewelry line donating proceeds to suicide awareness.

• First Selectman Reading Challenge announced.

• McKinney to sit down with HAN Radio for live interview Monday.

• Trumbull Community Television schedule.

• For events, see Spotlight and Library news.

• Got questions? Inside this week’s Times is the 2014 Trumbull Answerbook.

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