In this week's Pilot

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

• Students make bread to donate to Dorothy Day Hospitality House.

• The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority plans a formal review of performances by utilities during Sandy.

• The Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department helps donate items to neighborhoods in Queens.

• Highstead is the leader in local and regional conservation efforts with a focus on saving forests.

• The Joel Barlow High girls volleyball team loses in the state semi-finals.

In other news:

• Holiday Tree Lighting scheduled for Dec. 1.

• Recycling center and transfer station has new hours of operation.

• Town is not responsible for damage caused to mailboxes and posts by snow cast by town plows.

• Funding is available to help with Sandy-related construction costs.

• Chamber music is set at Mark Twain Library on Dec. 2.

• The Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department seeks EMTs and firefighters.

• Church groups help property owners with raking.

• Devil’s Den closed  at times for deer hunt.

• Marc Mellon’s portrait bust of Elie Wiesel is unveiled in New York.

• Blood pressure screening, Spanish and jewelry classes at Heritage Center.

• Youth symphony’s concert is this Sunday.

• Firehouse pancake breakfast is Dec. 9.

• Programs set in conjunction with the Mark Twain Library’s annual Art Show and Sale.

• Children’s choir performs Dec. 2 in Bridgeport.

• High School retires 30-year-old piano.

• Kindergarten registration is scheduled for Dec. 11.

• Applications are available for preschool program.

• Get Glowing airbrush spray tanning is having a Black Friday sale.

• Local dry cleaner helps Breezy Point

• Fleur De Lis Antiques and Decor celebrates anniversary with sale.


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