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

• Find out how local legislators voted on the gun law and why.

• More than a gateway to the Bridgeport and the mall: Residents share concerns about plans for future development of the eastern section of Main Street.

• Trumbull dad starts new outreach program, Readers are Leaders, where Middlebrook School students read to preschool classes in Bridgeport.

• Resident helps organize Times Square walk for a cause close to her heart.

• Police and fire logs

• Trumbull Community Television schedule

• Trumbull Day seeks volunteers, vendors and sponsors.

• Portraits and landscape photos of India, by a Trumbull resident, are now on display at a nearby restaurant.

• Kennedy Center raises more than $41,000 for children’s services

• Sports: Locals hit the diamond to start spring season

• Surgery Center moves to Trumbull and more in Business news

• Daniels Farms has its ‘Celebration of the Arts.’

• Social News: Mallory Byers and Anders Will Johnson to wed.

• A lot of great events happening at our Trumbull libraries, check out the event listings.

• Charlie Thomas and the Drifters perform April 28.

• See Opinion page for this week’s letters and columns.

• Document shredding event set for April 20

• Need something to do? Check Spotlight and This Weekend for local events.

In this week’s Section B:

• Home features three floors, making it perfect for today’s lifestyle and entertaining.

• Spring cleanup tips.

• Giving your lawn the organic touch — stories on 4B and 6B.

• Who is responsible for making repairs during the home sale?

• The new independent film, “Detonator,” will be featured at Sacred Heart University.

• A dish to make with freshly-picked asparagus.

• The New England Ballet Company will perform its Spring Repertory, calendars of performances, Celtic Sounds, review of the 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club and more.