In this week’s Pilot

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

 

• Town is not immune to domestic violence.

 

• John Read Middle School named a School of Distinction.

 

• Four neighborhoods selected for tick study.

 

• Look locally for holiday gift giving.

 

• The Joel Barlow High boys basketball team prepares for the start of the season.

 

In other news:

 

• Learn how to be an art collector at library program.

 

• Stuff-A-Cruiser set for Dec. 15.

 

• Police are hosting Shop with A Cop.

 

• Town is purchasing three new generators for town buildings.

 

• Club’s Safe Steps program is offering ice melt delivery, shoveling for seniors.

 

• Winter Walk is set at Putnam Park on Saturday.

 

• October property transfers increase over 2011.

 

• Police conduct seat belt enforcement.

 

• Wellness seminar focuses on keeping one’s lifestyle.

 

• Library’s gala sticks to its theme with its decor and food at annual art show.

 

• Donations are needed for an auction planned for injured 4-year-old.

 

• Historical Society invites the public to a Holiday Gathering at Lonetown Farm Museum.

 

• Driver Safety course is Dec. 10 at Heritage Center.

 

• Camerata will perform Christmas concert on Dec. 9.

 

• First day of Hanukah is Saturday.

 

• Toy drive aims to help neighborhoods in Queens, N.Y.

 

• Prudential wins two HOBI Awards.

 

• Students learn, listen to jazz.

 

• Kindergarten registration is scheduled for Dec. 11.

 

• Applications available for preschool.

 

• Arancibia on honor roll.

 

• Simpaug Bridge ribbon cutting set, DOT commissioner to attend.

 

• Boucher, Shaban back bill giving veterans a special ID on drivers’ licenses.

 

 

 

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