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Herbst responds to Trumbull Dems’ press release

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Press release from Trumbull first selectman Tim Herbst in response to yesterday’s press release from the Trumbull Democratic Town Committee: TRUMBULL – First Selectman Timothy M. Herbst offered the following statement concerning boards and commission appointments in the Town of Trumbull: Unaffiliated voters represent the largest segment of the Town’s voting population. Many unaffiliated voters […] [Read More]
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Trumbull Democrats: “Herbst subverts the town charter”

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Press release from the Trumbull Democratic Town Committee – “Tim, we expected better,” Thornton says. First Selectman Tim Herbst is violating the Town Charter and using the power of government to settle petty personal disputes, both real and imagined, by repeatedly rejecting Democratic candidates for boards and commissions, Trumbull Democrats said Tuesday. Herbst last week […] [Read More]
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Paying it forward at the Ansonia tax collector’s office

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ANSONIA — A woman at the Tax Collector’s office earlier today was trying to figure out just how much she owed in back taxes so that she would be able to get her car registered. The tax collector gave her a total and the woman began pulling out bills from her wallet, counting them over […] [Read More]
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New principal at Masuk High School

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At the Board of Education meeting held Monday, Feb. 20, Joe Kobza, who has been serving as the interim principal at Masuk High School for the last 6 months, was named as the Principal of Masuk High School. Kobza’s unanimous appointment was followed by the recommendation of Mr. James Agostine,  as superintendent of schools. Kobza […] [Read More]
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Minor porch fire on North Ave.

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No injuries were reported, and the occupants of the two-family home returned to their apartments after firefighters took care of the emergency. [Read More]
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Monroe resident wants Bridgeport to replace Uggs

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BRIDGEPORT — A woman is asking the city to replace her Ugg boots, which were damaged during a visit last month to the Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard. Gina Zamary, of Monroe, filed her claim this month in the Bridgeport City Clerk’s office for the $250 to replace her Uggs. In a letter, Zamary […] [Read More]
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Easton residents call for town meeting to review driveway bonds

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A group of Easton residents are requesting a town meeting to discuss and take action on town driveway and road bonds, town ordinances, audit of driveway bond accounts, and legal counsel to represent the town legislative body to audit and investigate driveway bond protocol. Robert Webbe collected 12 signatures in his petition for the town […] [Read More]
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Melee outside courthouse

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Two large groups of people clashed outside the Main Street courthouse after recess was called in a murder case. At least one person was arrested [Read More]
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