Here are some of the stories and features you’ll find in this week’s paper, out today:

• Local woman charged with animal cruelty.

• Herbst nominates people to serve on Charter Revision Commission; Dems say choices are political.

• Young artists awarded in annual ‘Reflections’ program.

• A GMO-free candidate running for state representative in Trumbull/Fairfield.

• Legislators want to honor soldier.

• Armed man robs Newtown Savings Bank.

• Trumbull man pleads guilty to fraud.

• Bulk pick-up program starts in April.

• Trumbull’s Town Treasurer talks pensions and First Selectman Herbst responds to a recent letter in this week’s Opinion section.

• Fire log

• Outpatient Radiology Center open in Trumbull

• Trumbull High yearbook wins top honors.

• Information on kindergarten registration and orientation.

• Sports: Skaters make their mark in second season, Aquathon a success and more local sports news.

• An engagement announcement and other social news

• Hersam Acorn Radio schedule this week.

• Meet Tanya, our Pet of the Week.

• A lot of great local events this week, see Spotlight, Library News and more.

In this week’s Section B:

• This custom Colonial is set on more than two acres on Rodeo Drive in Monroe. It has an updated kitchen, master suite (that includes a fireplace, walk-in closet and whirlpool shower) new paint — inside and out — built-in grill and more.

• If you’re selling your home, we have an article you may need to read: Survey reveals ways to sabotage the sale of your home.

• Classic Georgian: This home at 1599 Fence Row Drive, Fairfield, is updated and enhanced throughout. Interior boasts 5,600 square feet of living, together with 850-plus square feet in the walk-out lower level, open to the patio, saltwater pool and more.