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

• A June fund-raiser in town will honor the memory of Trumbull resident Mary Sherlach, and help kids who need mental health services. Find out how to get involved.

• The Board of Education begins tackling 2013-14 budget cuts and wants Town Council and Board of Finance to get moving on proposals for technology, security and field improvements.

• Trumbull resident Joanna Leone writes about family, tradition and love.

• Stern Village residents embrace interim director Harriet Polansky.

• Police and fire logs

• Compost bins and digesters available.

• Burr elected to Housing Authority.

• ‘Take a Hike’ program offers free fun for kids.

• Chamber of Commerce now accepting grant applications.

• In Sports: St. Joseph’s Matt Batten signs with Quinnipiac.

• Tidy Up Trumbull plans underway.

• Opinion: One resident likes new Trumbull Chat; another says high school performance on par with Broadway.

• Dance teachers, amateurs compete.

• Photos from Trumbull Young Womens Club Easter Egg Hunt.

• If you need something to do around town see Spotlight, Library news and other event listings.

In this week’s Section B:

• Gathering of the Vibes — Stars line up for summer music fest

• Coromandel: Cuisine of India

• Giamatti’s comic touches heighten Hamlet’s tragedy; performances are in New Haven

• Mango lassi recipe (it’s a delicious drink)

• Three “Phantoms” share the stage

• A review of the 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK — Smooth and quiet; crisp handling

• Calendar of events, movie review and more.