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

• “I think we were all waiting for another explosion to go off,” said a Trumbull resident, who was at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, said. She recounts her experience during the terrifying event.

• Bonds approved for school technology, safety and field improvements, after much debate and discussion.

• Trumbull High School’s Winter Guard competes and places in national competition.

• Residents can now recycle more items. We have a nifty list you can cut out and save.

• Patrons of Trumbull Nature and Arts Center seek board members.

• Ellie, a tortoiseshell cat, needs a home.

• Fire log

• Trumbull High and St. Joseph square off in debate.

• Trumbull Community Television schedule

• New town park stickers now available.

• Farm-To-Trumbull culinary series starts at Parallel Post.

• Letter writer defends residential area of Nichols Avenue.

• Sports: Get a round-up of high school spring sports.

• Gov. Malloy to give keynote address at Kennedy Center event.

• Find out how local schools celebrated Read Aloud Day and more in Schools news.

• Photo: Cookies for soldiers

• Unilever employees assemble disaster kits.

• Lots to do around town. See our Spotlight, library events and more.

In this week’s Section B:

• Mozart meets Motown in Fairfield.

• ‘Year of the Snake’ art contest.

• Sherman Players welcome spring with a farce.

• A review of the first date with the Avalon — it goes well.

• Calendars, reviews, a recipe for shrimp and more.