Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• The year in Wilton: a look back at 2013.

• Welcome the Western Connecticut Council of Governments — like it or not.

• Getting the food and drink ready for the new year.

• Editorial: Where charity begins.

• Letters: Ambulance corps, Stay at Home in Wilton, furry friends, P2P thanks the community.

• Father James celebrates 25 years.

• Toys for Tots donations rise.

• Warrior Words: Keeping it far from conventional.

• Police log: Threatening messages, criminal mischief, pot possession, DUI, bounced check.

• What’s open next Wednesday?

• Electronic music concert at Trackside.

• Christmas trees make for good business, fund raising in Wilton.

• The Board of Finance names its officers.

• Try The Bulletin’s E-edition for free over the holidays.

• Erin Cunningham sinks a late shot to keep Wilton undefeated.

• Wilton boys hockey goes to overtime times three.

• Boys basketball wins one and loses one.

• Girls hockey gets a shutout.

• Boys swimming sweeps through the pool.

• Indoor track season kicks off.

• Wilton wrestling beats Westhill.

Arts & Leisure: First Night celebrations in Westport and Danbury; The Reel Dad says Autumn: Osage County leaves out too much of the play, but Meryl Streep is great as always; test driver Steven Macoy reviews some of his favorite cars of 2013.