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

• Santa arrives in Wilton Center.

• Air quality issues at Wilton schools cause concern after flawed radon tests.

• Those who have suffered the loss of a loved one cope with their sadness at the holidays.

• The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps is in the midst of a fund-raising drive.

• Wilton schools score above goal in performance report.

• Obituaries: Alexandra Davatzes, Robert Tartell, John Rich.

• Police: larcenies, assault, threatening, DUI, teens with malt liquor, Danbury Road accident.

• Hurricane Sandy relief centers open.

• Rubber bands stretch creativity.

• Wilton High School students can gain up to 24 credits at Norwalk Community College.

• Letters: ‘Arrogant’ Land Trust, Woman’s Club, Art of the Wreath, Tip A Cop.

• Editorial: Weather reminders.

• Notes from the Board Table: Technology moves us forward.

• How many trees are in Wilton Center?

• Republicans will caucus.

• Laurel Ridge sponsors lunch.

• Holiday shopping that gives more than once.

• Wilton High School first quarter honor roll, part 2.

• Warrior Words: Let nothing you dismay (please!)

• Advent concert at School Sisters chapel.

• Candlelight Concert at Wilton High School.

• DAR plans Christmas party for Dec. 19.

• Santa will visit Wilton Historical Society.

• Kidz Christmas camp at Hope Church.

• Christmas pageant at Wilton Congregational Church.

• Passage East Kennel has had a great year.

• Wilton girls basketball team tips off with an eye on a title.

• Wilton boys hoops load up for another run towards the playoffs.

• Boys swimming enters the water with less experience than a year ago.

• Wilton Wahoos relay team breaks a state record.

• Wilton High basketball alumni game set for Dec. 21.

• Free T-shirts at Wilton boys basketball home opener.

• Joe DelliSanti of Wilton and Fairfield Prep will play in the state football championship this weekend.

Home Monthly: A home for the holidays in Darien, entertainment value: tips for party planning, English pudding — what’s it all about?

Arts & Leisure: Curiosity Concerts in Greenwich, Antique Stocking Stuffer Show in Cross River, ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ is a great backstage look at film classic Mary Poppins, and the GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Double Cab SLE is a comfortable and competent performer.