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The following is a letter to the editor. As a former member of the Board of Education I feel compelled to comment on the recent selection of Deborah Herbst as Chairwoman.
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In 1998, Trumbull resident Lisa Milne was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Eleven years later, in 2009, she was diagnosed with melanoma, resulting in the removal of her right eye along with her lymph nodes.
The previously canceled production of Rent : School Edition that was to take place this spring at Trumbull High School in Trumbull, CT - approximately 66 miles from where the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical by Jonathan Larson premiered on Broadway - will play March 27-30, 2014, at the high school, according to a post on the show's Facebook page.
Christmas carols filling their ears, bags filled with gifts pulling on their hands and storefronts' glaring seasonal-sale signage stealing their gaze, shoppers at the Danbury Fair mall have little attention left to pay to the security guards they pass along their way.
Faced with increasing opposition, Karen Barski of Trumbull said she and business partner Angela D'Amico are seeking other locations for their proposed pot dispensary.
Arkeel Newsome and Tyler Bailey, Ansonia football: Newsome carried 34 times for 259 yards and four touchdowns and Bailey had two interceptions and forced a fumble that was returned for a touchdown in a 51-12 win over Woodland in the Class S championship.
With pressure mounting from the Polish government, the U.S. State Department has agreed to investigate Trumbull triple murderer Richard Roszkowski just days before a jury is set to decide whether he should get the death penalty.
Two things happened in LGBT news this week: first, New Haven scored a '100' on the Human Rights' Campaign's municipal equality index, but second, and more worrisome, is that Trumbull High School's administration continues to drag their feet on students performing the musical "RENT," which contains LGBT themes and characters.
Get your Christmas Caroling in this season at Stern Village. There will be singing of sacred Christmas Carols at Stern Village Community Hall, Saturday, Dec. 14, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The general public and children are welcomed to join in singing with residents of the Village, their families and friends.
The Visiting Nurse Services of Connecticut held its 23rd Annual Tree of Light celebration at Trumbull Town Hall in Trumbull, Conn.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that 52 bus companies and 340 vehicles were put out of business and removed from the road as a result of an in-depth, months-long investigation called Operation Quick Strike.
Joined by lawmakers and advocates, Governor Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday held a ceremonial bill signing in Fairfield to commemorate final passage of legislation, Public Act 13-183, which requires that certain foods intended for human consumption that are entirely or partially genetically engineered to be labeled as such.
Tuesday evening Principal Marc Guarino agreed to continue with the musical "Rent" after saying weeks before he didn't want students to participate in the production because it was too risqu.
The following is a statement from Trumbull Republican Town Committee Chairman/Jack Testani suggesting that Tony Silber resign from the Planning and Zoning Commission because of his abysmal attendance record.