Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Times, out today: \u2022 Let there be light: Residents learn more about new town solar program. \u2022 Dems question First Selectman Tim Herbst\u2019s political aspirations. \u2022 Town welcomes new businesses on Route 111. \u2022 Luncheon to honor Trumbull resident. \u2022 October vigil and project honors domestic violence victims. \u2022 In Opinion: Hear from three Trumbull Republican candidates and another letter-writer urges trail walkers to take their trash home. \u2022 Long-time Trumbull couple celebrates 60 years of marriage. \u2022 Fallen Heroes event is Saturday \u2022 Police and fire logs \u2022 Sports: St. Joseph defeats Fairfield Prep on last play; Nick Roberts throws for three scores in 28-21 victory and more in local sports. \u2022 Fertility practice opens new office in Trumbull. \u2022 State Rep. meets celebrity chef. \u2022 If you need something to do, check out our calendar of events and listings. In this week\u2019s section B: \u2022 Insports, a 108,000-square-foot, indoor sports facility has opened. \u2022 Getting a real workout at a digital gym. \u2022 Strong is the new skinny. \u2022 Does hyberbaric oxygen therapy work? \u2022 Framing the Past exhibit opens. \u2022 Make meals magical with fresh herbs. \u2022Texas-based The Band of Heathens will appear at Fairfield Theatre Company StageOne, calendar of events, automobile review and more.