In this week’s Wilton Bulletin for December 19:

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

• The message for Christmas.

• Winter weather wallops Wilton.

• Zion’s Hill Methodist Church welcomes a new minister.

• Fifth graders put their best foot forward as ballroom dancing comes to Rolling Hills.

• What’s open and closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day?

• Wilton readies for Relay for Life.

• A monthly rail ticket will cost riders more in 2014.

• Don’t forget to pay your property taxes.

• Newcomers welcome 2014.

• Editorial: The spirit, the message.

• Letters: Church, Land trust, Troop 125, Women’s Club, Park and Recreation, Nutcracker.

• A view from Glen Hill: Be a corporate sponsor!

• Obituaries: Edwin Wiehe, Florence Adams.

• Police log: Plow theft, Left scene, DUI, Three-car accident, Field destruction, Burglary.

• Teddy Woods built a vegetable garden to reach the rank of Eagle Scout.

• Ambler Farm photo wins a holiday card contest.

• Historical society marks historic homes.

• Fire marshal’s tips to avoid holiday going up in flames.

• Star gala raises over $300,000.

• Warrior Words: Keep it simple.

• C.O.D.E.S. conference promotes positive forces.

• Rock some books and win some prizes.

• Saltbox Press invites you back to the 15th Century.

• Wilton girls basketball makes a statement in their first two games.

• Wilton boys hockey gets ready for the new season.

• Wilton girls hockey starts the season with a split.

• Sakamoto and Fraccaroli lead the Warriors onto the mat.

• Distance runners and relays will power the Wilton indoor track team.

• All-FCIAC honors for WHS fall athletes.

• Wilton Wahoos men finish third.

• Austin Anderson plays for Connecticut in youth football all-star game.