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

• A Trumbull teen battling Lyme disease wants to use his story to raise awareness.

• Expect temporary road closures this Sunday as the Green Ribbon Ride comes through Trumbull. All are invited to the after-ride event at Westfield Trumbull.

• A pirate ship sailed into the backyard of five year-old Baylen Christensen. Find out why.

• Gov. Malloy accepts award from The Kennedy Center, promises better partnership. Three young Trumbull residents were also honored.

• Local Police Chiefs and many more show support for Walk a Mile event.

• Police and fire logs

• Jump Rope for Heart

• Town Council member shares her budget conclusions and questions in Opinion.

• In Sports: Trumbull-St. Joseph baseball on collision course; Eagle netters upend Cadets on Tennis court; Trumbull boys volleyball and more.

• Plenty of School news this week.

• See Library , Spotlight, This Weekend and Religious news for local events.

In this week’s section B:

• Colonial home has a modern flair.

• Do-it-yourself tips to not ruin your relationship.

• We feature a home with a wine cellar, barn, solarium and more.

• Are you looking for a new property management company?

• There is help for those facing foreclosure. We have several articles to tell you where to turn.

• Fairfield Museum launches IMAGES 2013.

• A recipe of Roasted Tomato Soup with Avocado Cream.

• Dogwoods lead to earlier festival: May 3-5 this year.

• The 2014 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring AWD shows its pedigree.