In this week’s Times:

• Is Walmart opening next door? Herbst voices concerns about Monroe development, responds to “bad neighbor” remark.

• Catch basin grates go missing. Police are investigating and Highway Department urges caution.

• Trumbull Police officer and volunteer organizes a Valentine’s Day Dance Party for people with special needs.

• Center for Family Justice changes its name but not its mission.

• 'Biggest Losers' visit Trumbull.

• Police and fire news

• Avery Collins earns award from USA Lacrosse and more sports news.

• Opinion: Elected officials share their solar experiences.

• Student gives back to Nature and Arts Center

• Trumbull Community Television weekly schedule.

• Hwang greets students at the science center.

• Photo: Local Dems organize food drive.

• Cub Scouts visit Trumbull Printing.

• State Rep. throws down in Chowdafest.

• Poppy, a male rabbit, needs a home.

• Check our social news for an engagement announcement and reunion information.

• Plenty to do around town, see Spotlight, Senior News, and more.

In this week’s Section B:

• Boxing club offers fun, fitness in Milford.

• A Squash champion touts the sport’s fitness benefits.

• Healing and tranquility are in the air at Saltana Cave.

• Dr. Katz named one of 100 most influential people.

• Stock up on honey.

• Wesley Village Caregiver series coming up.

• My Smile Orthodontics opens in Shelton.

• Calendar of events, a car review and more.