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

  • Good things come to those who wait: Ridgefield drivers will be singing this idiom by month's end as construction on the Route 35 bridge is finally set to be done. The three year project has tested the patience of many, but now one of the town's main corridors will be rid of every-day traffic stops.
  • Speaking of waiting, neighborhoods in the northern part of town might be without power until the weekend after strong winds blew through town Tuesday night. There are plenty pictures of the storm's destruction on the front page and inside this week's Press.
  • Jenn DeJulio is Ridgefield's Teacher of the Year. She's a believer in student activism, and a teacher of history.
  • Eating from a food truck parked outside of Nod Hill Brewery on Route 7 could be a reality if petitioners could just get enough signatures. The brewery's attorney awaits a collection of John Hancocks.
  • Drew Cole will perform at The Ridgefield Playhouse in June after his two-month stint on NBC's The Voice. The 2010 RHS Graduate was part of Adam Levine's team.
  • In sports, baseball wins thanks to a great pitching performance.
  • In people, Katie Diamond discusses why she supports au pairs — and runs like a mother!
  • In happenings, there's a pancake breakfast at St. Stephen's that supports beagles.
  • In business, there's an open house for inRidgefield Friday at the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance.
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