In this week's Ridgefield Press

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

  • Mary Rindfleisch, assistant director of the Ridgefield Library, died unexpectedly over Easter weekend. Her colleagues and family look back on her career and her life in this week's Press.
  • Alternating one-way traffic returned to Ridgefield this week and is scheduled to impact the commute of hundreds of drivers next week, too.
  • Got an opinion on deer hunting in town? You might be able to share it soon. The selectmen punted around the idea of having another Town Meeting on the controversial subject at their meeting last week.
  • Looking ahead, student organizers are planning another protest at Ridgefield High School on April 20. This one will coincide with the Columbine massacre that took place 19 years earlier, to the day, in Colorado.
  • A fracking ban will head to voters on May 9, and so will the sale of three acres of Ledges Road property.
  • In sports, 11 innings weren't enough for Ridgefield and Trumbull's baseball teams to determine a winner.
  • The girls tennis team meanwhile is 3-0 — not a bad start to the season.
  • Elsewhere in the paper, the Thrift Shop offers scholarships to Ridgefield students. The Ridgefield Scholarship Group also has a pair.
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