Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Herald, out today: • Police: Scanlon stole $914k in city money. • Months after Huntington Plaza fire, Gifts by the Green back open for business. • More on the disagreement between land trust and Native American tribe. • Bridgeport Avenue development meets some opposition. • Shelton High’s student newspaper goes digital. • In Opinion: City Democrats support weapons-free zone. • Mothers become activists with ‘March for Change.’ • Scouts in Troop 28 advance. • Town committee looks for candidates. • Police news • Meet Rocky, a staff terrier mix who needs a home. • Workshop offers tips on applying to college. • Student news • In Sports: Gaels move closer to post season in basketball, Grapplers ready for SCC tourney and more. • Fish fry begins Feb. 15. • Lots of local events in Spotlight and Library News. In this week’s Section B, we highlight camps: • A summer camp experience for your child — find a camp to suit them. • Dance academy in Monroe offers summer programs from ballet to hip hop. • Shelton art camp to get an outdoor workspace. • Computer camp at Fairfield University teaches video game design, app program and more. • Go on a Zoo Patrol at Beardsley. • Fairfield Follies auditions are Feb. 12-14. • Chocolate desserts for our Valentines. • A review of the 2013 ‘delicious’ Honda Accord Touring V-6, arts calendar, sweetheart run and more. • Calling all cooks! We’re looking for dessert recipes to feature in our HOME issue. Email home@ acorn-online.com.