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

• Town Democrats and Republicans name their slate for the Nov. 5 election.

• Zombies and romance? Trumbull High English teacher pens her first novel.

• Trumbull actors tackle Shakespeare in Festival! Stratford performances.

• Naked intruder sentenced.

• ‘Dance Day’ this Saturday at Westfield promotes health and movement.

• Tony Hwang acts as keynote speaker at manufacturing summit.

• Police and Fire logs

• Find out who is playing next at the Trumbull concert series.

• Broadway visits Trumbull.

• In Opinion: How to save money on Metro North; Pisani talks goodness in a troubled world.

• Sports: Senior American Legion baseball season comes to a close, Pisces Help SWIM Across the Sound and more.

• Rotary welcomes new members.

• Trumbull Community Television schedule

• See School briefs for a spelling bee champ and state speech contest winner.

• A lot of great events happening around town, check out Spotlight and Library news for more.

In this week’s Education special section:

• Enhancing communication and socialization through music and art

• How performing arts schools can help

• Parent-Teacher relationships: It doesn’t have to be US versus THEM

• After school activities ... A bonus???

• Is your child’s middle name “procrastinate?”

• Should you pay for a college consultant?

• Higher education, breakfasts, LEAP and more.

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