Here are some of the stories you will find in the print edition of this week’s Times:

• Parks Department begins new vehicle parking program, charging $5 for a sticker.

• Parents pack board meeting for redistricting discussion.

• TPAUD hosting free community substance abuse program later this month.

• Trumbull’s four-legged police officers getting protective gear.

• Budget vote scheduled for April 22.

• Police warn of phone scams

• Police and Fire logs

• McHugh to run for special election.

• In Opinion: A Passover column, pensions, and Pisani ‘redefines age.

• See some of the projects at Jane Ryan’s Invention Convention.

• See our school pages for other student news

• Tidy Up Trumbull

• Spring sports season to begin

• Get your Spring plants at the Agriscience Center April 17.

• Household hazardous waste collection coming up.

• Trumbull Community Television schedule.

• Need something to do? See our event listings.

• See our schedule for Hersam Acorn Radio.

In this week’s Section B:

• Making your home senior ready — There are many things homeowners can do when getting the residence safer for someone who cannot get around the house like they used to.

• Tour unique and stately homes and help out the community — Near and Far is planning on tours of local homes.

• Store helps you collect glass from the sea — Do you like collecting sea glass to display at your home? Do you have some that maybe don’t suit you? Well, in Milford there is a spot for sea glass-collecting enthusiasts to trade their find.

• The Dogwood Festival is coming, local library is starting a gardening program, antique appraisals, communities sell flowers and more.