In this week's Herald
Here are some of stories and features in this week’s Herald, out today:
• Robotics competition brings out Shelton’s young innovators.
• Mohegan School parents petition to get recess back to five days a week. But not all parents are against a recent change in the school schedule.
• Santa’s Huntington visit supports a good cause.
• Mark Holden named chairman of the Board of Education.
• Honor rolls from Perry Hill and Lauralton Hall.
• Police news
• A Shelton resident makes a gingerbread likeness of her home.
• Grants available to help Valley youth.
• In Sports: Shelton lacrosse squad competes in Sticks for Soldiers tournament and more.
• Board earns leadership award.
• Shelton author pens another paranormal novel.
• Tax preparation volunteers needed.
• Meet Leo, the Pet of the Week.
• Find out what is happening around Shelton by checking Senior news, Library News and Spotlight.
In this week’s Section B:
• Holiday decorating: Simple, yet elegant
• Company helps families keep power in the event of electrical failure.
• Ten tips to keep children entertained this holiday.
• Holiday events, house tours and more in our Home Planner calendar.
• Home Personality takes a look at Capes on the market.
• A review of “Miracle on 34th Street” at Seven Angels, and the movie “Anna Karenina.”
• Our Arts Calendar includes musicals, symphonies and a holiday boutique.
• A review about the 2013 Scion iQ, making oatmeal in your crockpot and more.