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

  • Ridgefield's Officer of the Year has mechanic roots.
  • The boys hockey team lifts a conference championship for the second consecutive year.
  • The Conservation Commission calls for a separation between the planning commission and wetlands boards.
  • Superintendent Karen Baldwin has a performance review scheduled.
  • The selectmen pass two budgets to the finance board.
  • Schlumberger site work comes with a price tag.
  • Storm leaves thousands powerless.
  • High school plans a memorial demonstration for Florida shooting victims.
  • Tucker West talks about his Olympic experience.
  • Route 35 bridge work returns.
  • A Kindness Mural unites the community.
  • The Garden Club gets some national recognition.
  • An ordinance to ban fracking waste gets a public hearing.
  • A Bronx teen is arrested for using fake money in Ridgefield.
  • Tigers go for a swim and bring home a medal.
  • Shabbat Across America (and Canada) is Friday night.
  • A Ridgefield native studies abroad in Germany.
  • Looking Back reviews the Vietnam War.
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