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

• Board of Education honors Trumbull School District ‘legend’ by naming auditorium after him.

• Find out when candidates in the local election will be facing off at upcoming debates.

• Teachers share concerns about open houses at elementary schools.

• Mark, Herbst talk sewer issues.

• We have several letters to the editor this week, many from local candidates.

• Police and fire logs

• Trumbull firefighters run in Tunnel to Tower race

• Herbst hails Digital Realty’s major investment

• We have two engagement announcements and one wedding announcement in Social News

• Open auditions for local barbershop chorus

• Religious news: Trumbull’s houses of worship are sponsoring several fall events for the whole community

• Trumbull Community Television schedule

• ‘Feel’ what it’s like to have a disability in upcoming program

• Make-A-Wish gets a new office

• We have two full-pages of school news and updates this week

• Garden Club donates trees to first grade students

• Lots of local events in Spotlight, Library news and more.

In this week’s Section B:

• Home-cooked dinner is easy and worth the wait, says Shelton woman.

• Easton home offers historic charm with modern updates.

• A new law about getting carbon monoxide detectors.

• What kind of house do you drive?

• Umphrey’s McGee returns.

• What to do with an apple a day.

• A review of 2013 Nissan Sentra SR, Collaborative Art Show Oct. 7-Nov. 15 at Milford Center for the Arts, calendars and more.