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

• New Superintendent: Board of Education chooses Cialfi

• Town’s new director of nursing, is a Connecticut native with years of pediatric nursing experience.

• What’s in store for Trumbull Center? Peter DiNardo, who is involved in the group that owns Trumbull Center has written a open letter to the community, discussing plans for the area.

• Stern Village: Polansky meets with residents, lays out plans for improvement. Herbst responds to accusations surrounding the appointment of the new acting director.

• Trumbull residents are gearing up to run a marathon, raising money for a scholarship fund in memory of a Sandy Hook Elementary shooting victim.

• See police news and the fire log.

• Town encourages more recycling with single-stream efforts.

• Memorial Day Parade Committee seeks volunteers.

• In Sports: St. Joseph ousted from league playoffs, Cadets advance in hockey, gymnastics championships and more.

• Sen. Musto visits Daniels Farm School.

• Capobianco, a Trumbull coach, to be honored by Special Olympics.

• One Book-One Town events begin in March.

• ‘Hot-tail’ happy hour?

• Schools news

• Trumbull Rotary gets two new members.

• Krista Adams Santilli in concert soon.

• For the latest events, see our Spotlight and This Weekend sections. We also having activity listings for several groups and organizations in town.

• Look inside this week’s paper for a special Dining Guide, with dozens of menus from restaurants in the area.

• Section B focuses on Health and Fitness.