These are some of the stories and features you’ll see in this week’s Times, out today:

• A 108,000-square foot sports facility, with indoor fields, courts and a restaurant/pub, opening soon.

• Hear from Trumbull’s new Superintendent Gary Cialfi on what parents and students can expect this new school year.

• Golf classic raises $60,000.

• Steaks & Scotch come to the center.

• Homeowner says he lost sense of security the night a naked intruder attacked.

• Police and fire logs

• Opinion: A different side of Al Barbarotta; support candidates who want a better Trumbull; criticism of Mark’s record; response to a Post story.

• An airtight case for Whitehead? Historian lays out evidence of first flight in Connecticut.

• Upcoming event will aid woman battling rare disease.

• Parent group gives out ‘Above and Beyond’ awards.

• Gymnast looks ahead to nationals

• Junior golfers excel at tournament.

• Photo: Trumbull Youth in Seussical.

• Marching band begins door-to-door campaign

• Trumbull Community Television schedule

• The latest calendar of upcoming town events.

In this week’s Section B:

• Doctors join with NFL players  to help empower men with obesity

• Why spray for ticks in the summer?

• Scenic bike ride in Milford benefits mental health

• Victorian tea on Aug. 24 at the Kellogg Estate

• Do you have an ugly tomato?

• Lee Daniels’ The Butler: Meaningful, Significant History Lesson

• 2013 Nissan Frontier Pro-4X

• Arts calendar and more