Here are some of the headlines you’ll find in this week’s print edition:

• Changing of the political guard: Trumbull’s GOP and Democratic chair are stepping down this month. We talked to both chairs about their experiences, advice for the future of both parties.

• Finance board cuts education, police budgets, and adds to other departments.

• Town Council agrees to impanel a new Charter Revision Commission to look at pension language.

• Herbst defends father’s appointment as interim athletic director, calls Dems ‘hypocritical.’

• Hearing on Plan of Conservation and Development is next week.

• Rutigliano announces bid for reelection.

• Police and fire logs

• Trumbull Community Women to send care packages to troops.

• Letters to the editor this week focus on Trumbull’s athletic director and Fairfield County Giving Day.

• Jack and Suzanne Testani receive Verrilli award.

• Tidy Up Trumbull Volunteers needed

• In Sports: Andrew Marino stands alone; Trumbull falls to Warde and much more.

• Big Night Out March 21.

• Hersam Acorn Radio schedule for this week

• Trumbull woman’s salon sports new look in Fairfield.

• Rent tickets on sale now.

• Plenty to do around town, check Library and Spotlight listings.

In this week’s Section B:

• Dustin Hoffman visits Fairfield, and regales crowd with showbiz stories. Did you know he’s a Roxbury resident?

• Slim down the healthy way before saying “I do.”

• It’s easy being green… on your wedding day.

• Something old, new, something different, something you.

• Bridesmaids gifts: Get creative with your thank-you token.

• What films did the Oscar’s forget?

• A tribute to Barry Manilow, getting fancy with polenta, get better at small talk in our “etiquette” column and more.