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Restaurants — and other establishments that serve food — are scored on a 100-point scale. A restaurant must maintain a s...
09/23/2022
One Trumbull eatery fails August health inspection

Restaurants — and other establishments that serve food — are scored on a 100-point scale. A restaurant must maintain a score of at least 80, and must not have one or more violations that are worth four points.

Restaurants — and other establishments that serve food — are scored on a 100-point...

ELITE — which stands for Educating Learners in Transition Environments — provides services, including job training and w...
09/22/2022
Trumbull's Next Chapter Books providing 'solid anchor' to downtown with extended hours

ELITE — which stands for Educating Learners in Transition Environments — provides services, including job training and work opportunities, for students with disabilities. Students from the program make up most of the staff at Next Chapter Books.

The student-run bookstore added Saturday hours, which those involved with it hope will...

"This vote gives the committee the opportunity to conduct the in-depth studies needed to clarify whether this particular...
09/22/2022
Trumbull committee opts to look at Hardy Lane for senior center

"This vote gives the committee the opportunity to conduct the in-depth studies needed to clarify whether this particular site should continue along that process.”

The Community Facilities Building Committee is proceeding with the traffic study plus...

Sustainable Trumbull — the citizen-led group that aims to make the town more fiscally, socially, and environmentally sus...
09/14/2022
Volunteers needed to help clean up Trumbull Sunday

Sustainable Trumbull — the citizen-led group that aims to make the town more fiscally, socially, and environmentally sustainable — will team with Save the Sound to participate in a Connecticut Cleanup from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sunday.

Sustainable Trumbull will team with Save the Sound to participate in a Connecticut...

The event was in honor of World Su***de Prevention Day, and included a candle-lighting ceremony, ringing a memory bell a...
09/12/2022
Trumbull vigil remembers those who died by su***de

The event was in honor of World Su***de Prevention Day, and included a candle-lighting ceremony, ringing a memory bell and a moment of silence.

The event was in honor of World Su***de Prevention Day, and included a candle-lighting...

Masuk overcame a 20-point halftime deficit, took a one point lead on a two-point conversion with 26 seconds left only to...
09/10/2022
Trumbull scores in final seconds to survive scare from Masuk, which overcame 20-point deficit to take lead in final minute

Masuk overcame a 20-point halftime deficit, took a one point lead on a two-point conversion with 26 seconds left only to have No. 9 Trumbull march down the field and score with just three seconds left to emerge with a heart-pounding 49-43 victory.

Trumbull football, ranked ninth in the GameTimeCT Top 10 poll, held on to beat Masuk behind Rowan Johnston's seven touchdowns.

The Huskies were 24-11 last year, the most wins for the team since 1995. They also set a team record for conference wins...
09/08/2022
Trumbull’s Carley sets path to UConn volleyball

The Huskies were 24-11 last year, the most wins for the team since 1995. They also set a team record for conference wins by going 13-5 in the Big East.

Setter Maggie Carley, a senior co-captain on the Trumbull girls volleyball team, will...

A proposed text amendment would permit mixed-use developments on properties greater than five acres with direct traffic ...
08/23/2022
Proposed zoning amendment could allow Trumbull Center updates

A proposed text amendment would permit mixed-use developments on properties greater than five acres with direct traffic access to White Plains and Daniels Farm roads.

A proposed text amendment would permit mixed-use developments on properties greater than...

The agreement comes in the wake of a May 2 letter sent from a DEEP official to SeaQuest representatives citing a string ...
08/22/2022
SeaQuest Trumbull to remove some animals in deal with DEEP

The agreement comes in the wake of a May 2 letter sent from a DEEP official to SeaQuest representatives citing a string of alleged violations.

The agreement comes in the wake of a May 2 letter sent from a DEEP official to SeaQuest...

Owner Jonathan Gibbons said the project is mostly done, but he’s waiting on a few pieces to be completed before the eate...
08/19/2022
Trumbull Fryborg delayed another 4 to 6 weeks

Owner Jonathan Gibbons said the project is mostly done, but he’s waiting on a few pieces to be completed before the eatery is ready to go.

Owner Jonathan Gibbons said the project is mostly done, but he’s waiting on a few...

Under the protocol, which is optional, EMS providers can leave behind kits that include doses of the opioid overdose rev...
08/14/2022
Trumbull EMS to leave prevention kits at suspected overdose calls

Under the protocol, which is optional, EMS providers can leave behind kits that include doses of the opioid overdose reversal medication naloxone (often sold under the brand name Narcan), along with an instruction card for its use.

Under the protocol, EMS providers can leave behind kits that include doses of the opioid...

“We have been following this market very closely and believe that it is a sector that will continue to be aggressively p...
08/10/2022
Trumbull industrial building sold for $4.4 million

“We have been following this market very closely and believe that it is a sector that will continue to be aggressively pursued by investors,” said Gary Tress, a managing member of new owner Glen Park Capital Partners.

“We have been following this market very closely and believe that it is a sector that...

The town is in the process of signing up restaurants for the event, which will take place from Friday, Oct. 7 to Friday,...
07/29/2022
Trumbull Restaurant Week returns after two-year hiatus

The town is in the process of signing up restaurants for the event, which will take place from Friday, Oct. 7 to Friday, Oct. 14.

The town is in the process of signing up restaurants for the event, which will take place...

On Tuesday, July 19, the Christian Heritage School graduate made her debut on the NBC competition show “America’s Got Ta...
07/22/2022
Trumbull resident makes splash on ‘America’s Got Talent’

On Tuesday, July 19, the Christian Heritage School graduate made her debut on the NBC competition show “America’s Got Talent,” and quickly wowed the judges with both her musical talent and her personal story of triumph in the face of challenge.

On Tuesday, July 19, Amanda Mammana made her debut on the NBC competition show...

Mountain Development Corporation is seeking the town’s approval to construct the four-story building on a largely-undeve...
07/21/2022
Developer seeks Stratford’s OK for 129 apartments on Hawley Lane

Mountain Development Corporation is seeking the town’s approval to construct the four-story building on a largely-undeveloped plot of land off Hawley Lane, according to an application submitted to the town.

The development was proposed under 8-30g, which allows developers to bypass local zoning...

Horton, who retired in 2020 after more than three decades as a music teacher, was remembered as a talented and dedicated...
07/18/2022
Former Trumbull High School marching band director Peter Horton dies

Horton, who retired in 2020 after more than three decades as a music teacher, was remembered as a talented and dedicated band director who helped shape the school’s award-winning music program.

The longtime music instructor, who retired in 2020 after more than three decades, was...

Trumbull Sustainable Youth started in January 2020 with some neighborhood cleanups, and has recently expanded its reach ...
07/07/2022
Trumbull youth environmental group expands into advocacy efforts

Trumbull Sustainable Youth started in January 2020 with some neighborhood cleanups, and has recently expanded its reach to advocate for environmentally focused legislation on the state level.

Trumbull Sustainable Youth started in January 2020 with some neighborhood clean-ups, and...

Bevans donated her piece “Sunrise on Pearl Harbor Street” to Homes for the Brave, a Bridgeport-based nonprofit that prov...
06/29/2022
Kennedy Center artist brightens Bridgeport’s Homes for the Brave

Bevans donated her piece “Sunrise on Pearl Harbor Street” to Homes for the Brave, a Bridgeport-based nonprofit that provides housing and services to individuals experiencing homelessness, especially veterans.

Christina Bevans, 42 of Stratford, is donating her piece “Sunrise on Pearl Harbor...

The award is given annually to honor the late Beatrice Boucher, a Trumbull resident, who served the Center for Family Ju...
06/19/2022
Crisis center honors Trumbull woman as volunteer of the year

The award is given annually to honor the late Beatrice Boucher, a Trumbull resident, who served the Center for Family Justice as a volunteer for more than a decade.

Sheila Hageman, 51, was named the Center for Family Justice’s 2022 Beatrice Boucher...

The town received approval for the project from the Connecticut Department of Transportation earlier this year and the p...
06/18/2022
Trumbull set to start work on Route 111 signal, safety upgrades

The town received approval for the project from the Connecticut Department of Transportation earlier this year and the project will be funded through a $1.6 million grant from the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program.

The town received approval for the project from the Connecticut Department of...

SICILEat is one of several new restaurants that have come to Trumbull over the past year, with others including the Mexi...
06/18/2022
New restaurant brings Sicilian ‘street food’ to Trumbull

SICILEat is one of several new restaurants that have come to Trumbull over the past year, with others including the Mexican restaurant Guacamole’s at the Westfield Trumbull mall, and the Italian wine bar, Ecco.

The restaurant has a heavy emphasis on what owner Francesco Buscema — who was born in...

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The Connecticut Hurricanes captured their first Drum Corps Associates (DCA) World Championship in over forty years on Sunday, September 5, 2022, at the DCA World Championships in Rochester, NY. They are the inaugural champions of DCA’s Open Class.
"After having the 2020 season cut short and pushing through an unorthodox 2021 season due to the pandemic, we are ecstatic that we were able to return to the field this summer and win a World Championship" remarks Executive Director David Pyrch. "This was only possible due to the hardwork and selflessness of everyone in the organization: members, staff and volunteers. Not only was this our highest scoring show since 2012, but our show ‘Journey Home’ became an instant crowd favorite. ”
The Connecticut Hurricanes are a non-profit organization based in Seymour, CT. Founded in 1932 as the John H. Collins Post Fife Drum & Bugle Corps, the Hurricanes are one of the oldest active Drum Corps in the country, and 2022 marked our 90th year of existence.
It is the intent of the Hurricanes to provide the members with life changing experiences, educationally and socially, which help each individual member gain real world life skills, musical training and performance experiences. Through the development of the character traits of dedication, discipline and teamwork, each member of this close knit fraternity learns what is required to be successful on and off the performance field.
Learn more about the corps and our upcoming Championship celebration, as well as our 2023 season, at www.cthurricanes.org, or follow us on Facebook/Instagram .
Easton EMS Fall Fireworks Building Fundraiser. September 10th. Click on the link below to purchase your ticket now!
https://www.Eventbrite.com/e/fireworks-easton-volunteer-emergency-services-tickets-387642096947
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Our annual Fanfare DCA Competition is fast approaching. This is a great family event just 1 week before the DCA World Championship. Hope to see you there.
Tickets and additional info are at cthurricanes.org/fanfare
The 2022 DCA competitive season kicks off Saturday June 25. Come join us at Kennedy Stadium for a great night of drum corps.
Tickets start at just $10 with $5 student tickets.

Some of our prizes are from Mohegan Sun, Whitney Farms Golf Club, Downtown Cabaret Theater, Sports Center of CT, Fruits & Flower @ Caterina's, Little Barn Shelton, and Vazzy's Locations. Join us for a fun night!
April 23 is our spring open house, and the colorguards first rehearsal. Please register at cthurricanes.org/join. There is no cost for your first rehearsal.
Thank you Trumbull TC voting affirmatively accepting the Voting District resolution! Very chagrined that I lost 1/3 of my representation when District 5 council member Lemoine walked out not casting a ballot either in favor of or against this resolution. You Sir, violated your oath of office by choosing party over TRUMBULL CITIZENS!!

In fact every Republican TC member failed their district members by staging a juvenile walk out, neither voting yea or nea. Trumbull CITIZENS deserve representation & not politically MOTIVATED inaction.
The CT Hurricanes Drum and Bugle Corps are excited to once again host their annual Veterans Appreciation Concert on Saturday, April 30th, 6pm at Seymour Midddle School. This is a great community event and we hope to see you there!
We were so thrilled to open our brand new Wishing Place at 56 Commerce Drive. Unfortunately sometime Saturday evening March 12, our sports field was vandalized. The police have been contacted, they're reviewing footage and increasing their patrol. Any information you might have is very much appreciated - please contact the Trumbull Police. Thank you.
Hi Trumbull! Did you know that WPKN's Tower is on top of Booth Hill? On Sat. March 5 at Read's ArtSpace it's our MUSIC MASH-RECORD Fair!
Today Trumbull EMS was thrilled to welcome Michele Dalvano and her family to our headquarters. Michele’s daughter, Jennifer, shared their remarkable story on Facebook a few weeks prior.

“It was a Saturday night when she went into Cardiac arrest. No warning. No prior symptoms. Just a regular Saturday. Doing what grandmas do best. She died. She was purple. Her lips were blue. She was not breathing. Everyone always thanks the nurses and the Drs. Rightfully so. But I need to give a special shout-out to the Trumbull Emergency Medical Services (TEMS). Without them my mom would not be with us today. With CPR she started gasping for breath as we waited for the EMS TEAM to arrive. They came quick. They came prepared. They took over and they SAVED HER LIFE. Thank you’s are not enough. Please stay mindful when you see them on the streets trying to get somewhere. It could be someone you know I encourage everyone to take a CPR class. I never thought I would need to use it. Had I not known CPR I would not be able to live with myself knowing I could have saved the woman who gave me life but I didn’t have the skills to do so. We all say “It could happen to anyone” but we never truly believe it. Until it does.”

Today they were able to meet the Trumbull EMS team -Paramedic Michael Santiana, EMT Alan Bensen & EMT Michael Pappagallo who helped save Michele’s life, along with Trumbull Police first responders Officer Tom Dzurenda and Officer Caitlin Murphy who assisted our team. Trumbull Police Department The team were so delighted to see Michele, and hear about her remarkable recovery.

Chief Leigh Goodman spoke about how courageous Jennifer was to stay calm and perform CPR on her own mother, providing that critical first link in the chain of survival. She thanked the call takers and dispatchers from Southwest Regional Communications Center SWRCC who calmly walked Jennifer through the process, reassuring her as well as Paramedic Hawkins, a former TEMS Paramedic who originally taught Jennifer CPR.

To celebrate this meaningful cardiac arrest save and highlight the importance of early CPR, Trumbull EMS will be hosting a free community CPR & AED class. The class will be held on May 15th, 2022 from 10am to 2pm. We will provide more information closer to the time. Click interested or going on our event page to get up to date information about how you can learn to save a life! We hope you can join us and make moments matter with Michele, Trumbull!

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Holiday gift alert! The Maggie Daly Arts Cooperative - MDAC has released the 2022 ‘A Unique Perspective’ calendar! Thanks to The Trumbull Times for showcasing the calendar unveiling at Read's ArtSpace in Downtown Bridgeport!
https://www.trumbulltimes.com/news/article/Art-knows-no-boundaries-Trumbull-s-16699211.php#photo-21822133
The CT Hurricanes are hosting their annual open house and first rehearsal on Sunday November 28th from 9:00AM- 5:00 PM at Amity Regional High School, 25 Newton Rd., Woodbridge. The Corps is open to all ages in brass, percussion, and color guard sections. Previous experience is not required. Members hail from throughout Connecticut, local schools, colleges and communities, as well as from other states. Join the Hurricanes for a day full of Tradition, Family, and Excellence and learn what it’s like to be a member. The Connecticut Hurricanes Drum and Bugle Corps is an IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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