Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Press, out today in print and e-edition: A series of articles focusing on local drug use \u2014 especially prescription drugs and heroin \u2014 begins this week. The Ridgefield runners in the Boston Marathon talk about the experience. The town is planning a gun buyback program, using private funds. The \u201cspray bay\u201d is back and will face the voters this time. GIPO eats sewage and garbage to generate electricity. Ridgefield is looking at this new system. Meet Shirley Hughes, Ridgefield\u2019s Teacher of the Year. The town may turn down some open space gifts because it costs too much to accept them. Owners of the North Street property for which affordable housing was rejected are suing the town. Murph\u2019s thoughts focus on Boston. A young filmmaker from Ridgefield has a documentary in the upcoming 24th Annual Dusty Film & Animation Festival of the School of Visual Arts in New York. Jordan Evans-Boyajian\u2019s film is titled CANVAS. An art storage facility is planned for Route 7. The healthful properties of salt have prompted a Ridgefield mother to open a salt cave in town. St. Stephen\u2019s Church has long had a program for children whose mothers are in the prison at Bedford. A Ridgefield Realtor went above and beyond to help a man with MS find the right home. The refrigerator can be a dangerous place \u2014 and not because of calories. A monumental scandal forced the town to go into debt\u00a0 more than two centuries ago. The Filgates will be back in town, bringing the 60s with them. RHS Senior Class in 1988 wanted a take-off on a Bud can on their class shirts. After all, they were (they said), the \u201cKing of Classes.\u201d The principal said nay nay. The Ridgefield Press is on Facebook \u2014 become one of more than 1,420 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com\/RidgefieldPress. 7,029 people have signed up for Ridgefield Press news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by http:\/\/twitter.com\/RidgefieldPress. For newsstands carrying The Press, click here.