What's coming in tomorrow's Times

Here's what's coming in tomorrow's Trumbull Times:


  • The 2015 election season kicks off with nomination parties on Sunday and Monday night.

  • Trumbull responders rescued a worker who had his left leg caught between two heavy tree branches and a ladder Tuesday night.

  • Last week, residents told library officials what they'd like to see in the building's future.

  • The 9th annual Blueberry Festival will be held Saturday — come get your slice of pie or enjoy an ice cream sundae with fresh blueberry sauce.

  • Two Trumbull residents are helping put on a production of Fame at the Bijou Theatre in Bridgeport.

  • That's not the only summer play being put on by Trumbull students — Mary Poppins drops into the high school next week.

  • A busy week for the cops — busting a youth party, reviving a man overdosing from heroin, and wrapping a year-long investigation into credit card theft.

  • The family of the late Kevin Sutherland issued a statement to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie last week after he brought up their son's name in a speech.

  • A letter writer wanted to know how much the recent 68 acre sale of open space cost the town. The answer: $1.

  • There's a food drive Sunday in front of Stop & Shop — contributions are needed as the pantry is running low

  • Doorbell Barbers is coming to the Trumbull area for those in need of an at-home trim

  • Library news, Spotlight, property transfers and more!