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

• Trumbull Nature & Arts Center eyes new location. Town Council discusses future preservation of the current location.

• School board avoids staff layoffs as it works to balance budget.

• Jane Ryan School Nurse Joanne Sloan was named Connecticut School Nurse of the Year. Find out why.

• Police and Fire Logs

• Photos from the Green Ribbon Ride.

• A letter writer thanks all those who helped ‘Tidy Up Trumbull’ and another thinks recent concert attendance was “shameful.” Also in opinion in Joe Pisani’s column on Mother’s Day.

• Project Triumph receives blue ribbon.

• Community band and local students unite.

• School and campus news

• Julian Shively to perform in youth concert.

• Trumbull Community Television schedule.

• Blueweiss honored at opening day

• In Sports: Wolpiuk pitches St. Joseph to 1-0 victory over Trumbull, Streaking Eagles put best half together to defeat Cadets and more.

•  See Spotlight, Library news, This Weekend and other listings for local events.

In this week’s Section B:

• Resident creates music from his local at-home recording studio.

• Did you ever want a backyard water garden? We offer some dos and don’ts.

• Area plant sales to help get your Mother’s Day gift.

• Getting rid of the “traditional toxins” with organic lawn care.

• Fairfield County Children’s Choir celebrates spring.

• “Comedy for a Cure” benefit in Trumbull.

• Guitar sounds in Milford.

• Spruce up your dish of peas, which vehicle is no longer an "ugly duckling," calendar of events and more.