Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Herald, out today:
• Got questions? The Shelton Answerbook can help. Inside The Herald this week is the 2012 edition of the Answerbook, which answers questions about all things Shelton.
• St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has a long history that dates back before the Revolutionary War. The Church is celebrating its past by inviting the community to an Oct. 6 event.
• Photos and more from last Sunday’s Nutmegger Festival.
• Written Words looks for a new location in Shelton; asks for community support.
• Small business group endorses Perillo.
• Police Chief honored for domestic violence work.• Ghost hunter, Lorraine Warren, is back in Shelton.
• American Legion collects worn flags, plans ceremony.
• Scout finishes ramp project at Methodist Church.
• Molto Bene opens new doors at J.J. Sullivans. Shelton native, Drew Pickering, is co-owner.
• Did somebody say murder? Murder Mystery at the Plumb is this Friday.
• In Sports: Piccirillo powers Shelton past Foran, National Karate champs and more.
• Joe Cockertiel, a male cockatiel needs a home.
See our Schools page for a photo of young gardeners and an upcoming production.
• Lots to go in Spotlight and Library News.
• Section B: Check out this week’s Health and Fitness section to learn about hula-hooping to health, acid reflux relief, eating well on a budget and more.