Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Times, out today:

• Let there be light: Residents learn more about new town solar program.

• Dems question First Selectman Tim Herbst’s political aspirations.

• Town welcomes new businesses on Route 111.

• Luncheon to honor Trumbull resident.

• October vigil and project honors domestic violence victims.

• In Opinion: Hear from three Trumbull Republican candidates and another letter-writer urges trail walkers to take their trash home.

• Long-time Trumbull couple celebrates 60 years of marriage.

• Fallen Heroes event is Saturday

• Police and fire logs

• Sports: St. Joseph defeats Fairfield Prep on last play; Nick Roberts throws for three scores in 28-21 victory and more in local sports.

• Fertility practice opens new office in Trumbull.

• State Rep. meets celebrity chef.

• If you need something to do, check out our calendar of events and listings.

In this week’s section B:

• Insports, a 108,000-square-foot, indoor sports facility has opened.

• Getting a real workout at a digital gym.

• Strong is the new skinny.

• Does hyberbaric oxygen therapy work?

• Framing the Past exhibit opens.

• Make meals magical with fresh herbs.

•Texas-based The Band of Heathens will appear at Fairfield Theatre Company StageOne, calendar of events, automobile review and more.