In this week’s Pilot

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Redding Pilot, out today:

 

• Town, CL&P, property owners all have role in monitoring trees.

 

• Ray Gilmore has a passion for the kitchen, his church and community.

 

• Sandy causes schools to make up days.

 

• Barlow students honor local veterans.

 

• Sandy being blamed for the new delay for the Simpaug bridge opening.

 

• The Joel Barlow High girls soccer team advances in the state Class L tournament.

 

In other news:

 

• Road realignment at Portland Avenue and North Main Street for G&B project is completed.

 

• Astronomy night set at New Pond Farm.

 

• Barlow, Weston football teams start Thanksgiving Day tradition.

 

• Regional Hospice named 2012 Top Workplace.

 

• Ridgefield VNA is named a Top Workplace.

 

• Conservancy’s deer hunt at The Den starts this week.

 

• Film showing, book group, blood pressure screening and more at Heritage Center.

 

• ‘Julie and Julia’ coming to Heritage Center.

 

• It’s time to RSVP to library’s Art Show Preview Gala.

 

• Eateries are scored for fourth quarter.

 

• Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra will perform in Nov. 18 concert.

 

• Barlow’s Stuff a Bus event was aided by many.

 

• Sandy brings rest, less stress for students.

 

• Barlow’s fall musical production opens tonight.

 

• Applications available for preschool program.

 

• Kindergarten registration is scheduled for Dec. 11.

 

• Annual Scandinavian Club fair and bake sale is Dec. 1.

 

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