In this week's Ridgefield Press

W-A-10.16.14-FINALHere are some of the stories and features in this week’s Ridgefield Press, out today in print and e-edition:

  • Some old photos — more than a century old, in fact — were found in the middle of a Ridgefield Road.
  • The Ridgefield Theater Barn has a new executive director.
  • A new online video challenge aims to help in the fight against Parkinson’s.
  • The attorney general, at a Ridgefield forum on guns, said we need a cultural shift to curb violence.
  • Fall in Love with Ridgefield is this coming up.
  • A new program provides one-on-one help for seniors looking for areas to save on Medicare.
  • Is the Garden of Ideas trying to become a hotel?
  • Deadlines for online and mail-in voter registration are coming up.
  • The school board said “goodbye” to another member.
  • Meanwhile, that board is looking for a superintendent to say “hello” to.
  • In sports: A tie with Wilton is part of an impressive stretch by RHS field hockey.
  • Four converted barns are being sold.
  • The school district has big generators on its mind to help with security, but also to turn a couple more buildings into potential shelters.
  • Residents raised concern over traffic from an affordable housing and office development being proposed on Island Hill Avenue and Danbury Road.
  • Opinion: Should the selectmen be team players?
  • About Town explores the origin of Tackora Trail’s name.
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