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St. Vincent's Medical Center has announced that all its outpatient areas and services will be closed tomorrow, with the exception of its radiation oncology department and Ambulatory Infusion Center, due to storm-related issues. Comment?
The Center for Women and Families of Eastern Fairfield County held a public policy breakfast to explain to community leaders why the region needs a Family Justice Center -- a one-stop shop for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, offering all the services they need to become survivors under one roof. Comment?
Lisa Richards, the Trumbull woman accused of cruelty to animals when she allegedly returned a sick cat to its owner following a neutering operation, may have taken thousands more to a Waterbury clinic for neutering. Comment?
Westfield Trumbull mall is open for business, with the exceptions of the mall's restaurants, food court and rest rooms. Comment?
Regulations controlling what kind of development is allowed along lower Route 111 and rules for parking and signs were among the topics that generated discussion during the second public workshop on the Monroe zoning code update. Comment?
A Trumbull woman has been charged with cruelty to animals after allegedly attempting to neuter a kitten in her home last year. Comment?
The proposed 2013-24 school calendar includes days off for Columbus Day, Election Day and Veterans Day, but doesn't have a week-long break in February. Comment?
The coldest week of this winter continues Wednesday, Jan. 23, in Trumbull and the region. Comment?
Herbst has proposed naming the center after Trumbull resident Mary J. Sherlach, a school psychologist at Sandy Hook Elementary School who courageously gave her life in defense of children at the school on Dec. Comment?
The coldest days of this young year are upon Trumbull and the region this week and could bring more snow by the weekend. Comment?
The 18-year-old student at Cooperative Educational Services who allegedly threatened a Newtown-like shooting had a history of behavioral problems at the school, according to Trumbull Police. Comment?
The Trumbull Monroe Health District has free radon test kits available to Trumbull and Monroe residents. Comment?
The AAA Club of Southern New England recently honored Trumbull as a municipality that had not had a pedestrian fatality in 10 years, through the end of 2011. Comment?
The Trumbull Monroe Health District will be offering low-cost cholesterol screenings throughout the winter and spring. Comment?
Performers from all over Connecticut will compete for votes Saturday, Jan. 26 at the Kennedy Center's 22nd annual auction/cabaret. This year's rock 'n roll themed event features a new format similar to American Idol and The Voice. Comment?
Finding locally grown produce can be a bit of challenge in the winter, but it should be easier for the next month and a half while Benedict's Home & Garden in Monroe hosts a weekly indoor farmers market. Comment?
An 18-year-old Trumbull student is under arrest after allegedly making a threat to return to the school and inflict a Newtown-like tragedy, according to Trumbull police. Comment?
Per Connecticut state statutes, Water Pollution Control Authorities "acquire, construct and operate a sewerage system or systems." The Trumbull WPCA also believes that it has the authority to spend $10 million and unilaterally declare it won't pay, leaving the taxpayers to pick up the tab. Comment?
I am pleased to see the Town of Trumbull is finally taking action to address problems at Stern Village. Comment?
After a great deal of reflection and with mixed emotions, I submit this letter of intent to retire from the Trumbull Public Schools effective June 30, 2013. Comment?