In this week's Herald
Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Herald, out today:
• Voters will be asked to approve borrowing about $11 million for road work, Canal Street, a new animal shelter and fire department apparatus.
• Reception will celebrate Gary Scarpa’s career at Shelton High.
• An 16-foot high interpretation of “The Vitruvian Man” is coming to Shelton.
• Christopter Turechek is the third generation of his family to earn an Eagle Scout rank.
• Honor Roll at Perry Hill School.
• Curtiss-Ryan Honda gives a new car to a hole-in-one winner.
• Shelton resident to take the stage in ‘Legally Blonde.’
• Memorial tribute to include Shelton soldier.
• Safety tips for summer.
• A photo from the campaign trail.
• David Gioiello says changes are needed in the fire marshal’s office in his column this week.
• Operation Gift Cars accepts a big donation.
• Comfort Keepers celebrates 10 years.
• In Sports: New Haven County toppled by Fairfield County in All-Star-Classic and more.
• If you need something to do, check Library News and Spotlight.
• Our B Section this week focuses on real estate.