Home delivery of the Herald may be a day late, due to postal service issue, but here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s issue: \u2022 Hearts for Sandy Hook: The Giggling Pig owner has a unique project planned. \u2022 Former assistant finance director to plead not guilty to larceny, forgery charges. \u2022 City purchasing 13 acres of property on Old Town Road to preserve as open space. \u2022 School safety improvements discussed. \u2022 Letter writer thinks Native American tribe has been treated unfairly by Shelton Land Trust. \u2022 A dozen cats are in need of new homes, after the owner passed away. \u2022 Columnist Mike Wood survives the cold weather and the war over the thermostat. \u2022 Helen Musante\u2019s artwork on display at Center Stage. \u2022 Police news \u2022 A lot of local Shelton student are making dean\u2019s lists at college. \u2022 Library Day is this Saturday. \u2022 Get the latest on Shelton sports. \u2022 Local Happenings in Library News, Spotlight and Recreation Notes. In this week\u2019s Section B: \u2022 Hard Kore Fitness in Shelton offers unique training that is a far cry from \u201cbig box\u201d gyms. \u2022 Adding antioxidants to your diet may reduce your risk of heart attack. \u2022 Komen Connecticut prepares for Fairfield County race. \u2022 Monroe trainers offer an alternative to the large gym experience. \u2022 Steps to improve fertility, robotic surgery, having willpower and more are articles in this section. \u2022 Picasso and Einstein will walk into a bar during a new play in Milford. \u2022 What\u2019s so great about tea? \u2014 Well, a lot. \u2022 An entertaining visit to a retirement home, calendars and more in our arts pages.