Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Herald, out today: \u2022 Police: Scanlon stole $914k in city money. \u2022 Months after Huntington Plaza fire, Gifts by the Green back open for business. \u2022 More on the disagreement between land trust and Native American tribe. \u2022 Bridgeport Avenue development meets some opposition. \u2022 Shelton High\u2019s student newspaper goes digital. \u2022 In Opinion: City Democrats support weapons-free zone. \u2022 Mothers become activists with \u2018March for Change.\u2019 \u2022 Scouts in Troop 28 advance. \u2022 Town committee looks for candidates. \u2022 Police news \u2022 Meet Rocky, a staff terrier mix who needs a home. \u2022 Workshop offers tips on applying to college. \u2022 Student news \u2022 In Sports: Gaels move closer to post season in basketball, Grapplers ready for SCC tourney and more. \u2022 Fish fry begins Feb. 15. \u2022 Lots of local events in Spotlight and Library News. In this week\u2019s Section B, we highlight camps: \u2022 A summer camp experience for your child \u2014 find a camp to suit them. \u2022 Dance academy in Monroe offers summer programs from ballet to hip hop. \u2022 Shelton art camp to get an outdoor workspace. \u2022 Computer camp at Fairfield University teaches video game design, app program and more. \u2022 Go on a Zoo Patrol at Beardsley. \u2022 Fairfield Follies auditions are Feb. 12-14. \u2022 Chocolate desserts for our Valentines. \u2022 A review of the 2013 \u2018delicious\u2019 Honda Accord Touring V-6, arts calendar, sweetheart run and more. \u2022 Calling all cooks! We\u2019re looking for dessert recipes to feature in our HOME issue. Email home@ acorn-online.com.