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

• After two straight years of crazy weather, Halloween is ready to spook in Wilton.

• Friends, colleagues, and loved ones gather to remember Ginny Rico.

• Wilton Historical Society will put artisans on display.

• Wilton property owners are encouraged to open their land to deer hunters.

• Ned Greene looks back at more than 50 years of service in Wilton.

• Reel Mondays presents a double feature.

• The Norwalk River Valley Trail holds a Jeffersonian dinner.

• Nursing agency celebrates Autumn at the Aldrich.

• The Junior League puts on a tag sale.

• Students learn to play the stock market at Wilton Library.

• Warrior Words: What it means to be a Warrior.

• Music boosters sell pies and holiday greenery.

• Naked Greens gives back to Cider Mill School.

• Property taxes sit close to nearby towns’.

• Students give to storm-damaged school.

• A Better Chance has ‘Life Skills.’

• Wilton veteran makes pilgrimage to capital.

• Hospice volunteers sought.

• ‘Make a Difference’ with train station cleanup.

• Planning & Zoning hearing on Middlebrook School field lights has been moved to Cider Mill School.

• Nanny leaves child in car.

• Obituaries: Susan Borkowski-O’Mahony, Marc Anthony LaMonte, Francis E. Scott, Loren Findorak.

• Final voter registration session.

• ‘Marilyn’s Regulation’ broadens rules on adaptive-use properties.

• Town backs construction at wire mill in Georgetown.

• Board of Selectmen candidates Dick Dubow and James Saxe will run unopposed.

• River Ridge welcomes visitors with an open house this weekend.

• Wilton residents can listen to WWPT, 90.3 FM, during any time of emergency.

• Songs and s’mores.

• Rotary invites grant requests.

• Legislators review state’s woes.

• Editorials: Seeing the light?, Get spooked!

• Taxpayers may tour Keiser land in advance of vote.

• Letters: Easement vote, Keiser easement, Encore Club.

• A View from Glen Hill: Self-destructive government behavior here and abroad.

• Bullying Prevention Month: What you should know about the bully and mental health.

• From the Board of Selectman meeting: The On School Road pre-school program won’t reopen.

• No paint at hazardous waste collection.

• In field hockey, Wilton beats New Canaan.

• Look for the debut of the Wilton Warriors girls golf team, coming in the spring.

• On the pitch, the girls run their winning streak to 11.

• Boys soccer will be in the FCIAC playoffs.

• Hoops star Erica Meyer will attend Providence.

• Fairfield Warde runs past the Wilton football team.

• The girls finished third and the boys came in 10th at the FCIAC cross country championship.

• In volleyball, Wilton sweeps Bassick.

• Girls swimming is getting ready for the FCIACs.

Arts & Leisure: Reddingite David Friedman has published a book and released two CDs; Robert Redford speaks very few words in All Is Lost, but this action-filled drama tells an amazing story and the Reel Dad foresees an Oscar nomination; test driver Steven Macoy says the new Mazda6 has plenty of power.