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

• Trumbull teacher among state’s top educators.

• Items were taken from a collection box intended for men and women serving in the U.S. Navy.

• Angels and Heroes: The Trumbull Police Benevolent Association and Long Hill Fire Company are organizing a fund-raiser in memory of Trumbull’s Kyleigh Leos.

• Local couple’s charity cycling ride, to support suicide prevention and erase stigma, is this weekend.

• Police news: Arrest in connection to January robbery; counterfeit bills; video game theft and gun-trafficking arrests.

• Fire Log

• Trumbull High grad joins the ranks of Greenwich Police.

• Photos from Saturday’s Fallen Heroes Memorial Tribute.

• Opinion: Letter writer says Stern Village resident’s claims are inaccurate; Rotary and Diocese say ‘thanks’ for support; and Town Council candidate gives reasons for joining the Herbst team.

• Measure you mood: Staff from Trumbull’s Mary J. Sherlach Counseling Center to provide depression screenings.

• Sports: Eagles defeat Black Knights and Cadets’ offense can’t be outquicked by rival.

• Fund-raiser dance to benefit Alzheimer’s Association.

• Trumbull Community Television schedule.

• Local churches are hosting a number of great events soon. See Religious News for more

• School briefs

• Corn maze opens at Plasko’s

• Meet Lennie, a cat who needs a home.

• Great local events this weekend — see Spotlight, Library and more.

In this week’s section B

• Keeping the guests in the moment — Tweeting and updating statuses? Maybe not …

• How to honor a deceased parent at a wedding.

• Parents’ first dance songs

• Wedding day food trucks serve up reception fun

• ‘Ralphie May and his BIG-Time Comedy’ coming to the Klein, arts calendars and more.