In this week’s Ridgefield Press

On the front page of this week’s Ridgefield Press: Graduation coverage, town hall elms, year-end surplus, Press building sells, Fourth of July preview, and parents call for the ouster of another school administrator.

Here’s a look at some of the headlines from this week’s Ridgefield Press:

  • Town expects year-end surplus to be around $300,000.
  • Parents call for removal of Scotland principal.
  • Family Fourth offers fun, fireworks, and food.
  • RHS Class of 2018: A class of activists and athletes, now graduated.
  • Town Hall’s elms are going — soon.
  • Selectmen ditch ‘bandshell’ talk, seek fall hearings for final Schlumberger parcel.
  • Girl Scouts earn Gold Award.
  • An editorial on social media restraint.
  • A column reviewing America’s revolutionary history.
  • A July 25 public hearing for food trucks at the brewery.
  • Less homework for Ridgefield students, thanks to a new set of rules.
  • Meals on Wheels offers special summer deal.
  • Prospector documentary launches screening tour.
  • Legion team wins third straight.
  • Lapple makes her mark on the golf course.
  • And plenty of Ridgefield happenings: SummerFest, CHIRP concerts, continuing education courses, Nutmeg Festival, Watermelon Fest, Founders Hall art exhibit, and Narcan training.
  • Ridgefield Supply installs more than 500 solar panels.
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