This week’s issue is out a day late, due to the holiday, but here is what you’ll find inside:

• It may be July, but talks about snow removal costs are heated. Herbst questions AFB’s handling of snow removal at the schools.

• Reading outreach program gets kudos from local officials.

• Veteran cop and Trumbull resident retires from Darien force.

• Health district gives residents some tips on limiting exposure to mosquitoes.

• Singing group bringing ‘harmony’ to council chambers.

• Trumbull named top booming suburb

• Police news

• Trumbull resident named among “Forty under 40”

• In Sports: Giants 10U  rule Trumbull Little League

• School is out but we still have plenty of student news, including a Hillcrest honor roll, graduation photo from St. Catherine of Siena and more.

• Author looking for photos for new book project.

• Trumbull Animal Group says tag sale was a huge success.

• McAuley receives Governor’s Scholar Award

• Meet Jeter, our Adopt-A-Pet this week.

• Check out Spotlight and Library News for local events.

In this week’s Section B:

• Barnum Fest is 203.

• Museum to recall ‘Burning of Fairfield’

• Tammy Denease Richardson will portray Elizabeth Keckly in “A Letter  to Frederick” at the Derby Historical Society’s 23rd Silver Tea.

• A summer recipe: Berry Good Party Parfait• A review of the 2013 Lexus LS 460, arts calendar and more.