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

• Stadium lights are denied by the Planning and Zoning Commission.

• Voters approve the Keiser easement purchase.

• Chris Brubeck brings a “French Connection” to Wilton Library.

• Wilton Garden Club’s 2014 calendar features scenes of the seasons.

• Work continues on the Huckleberry Hill Road bridge across the Silvermine River.

• Math contest for students with hearing loss.

• Members from Sandy Hook Promise visited Wilton for a fund-raising dinner.

• Road rage results in arrest.

• Workshop offers guidance on making a connection with a loved one with dementia.

• Holiday hours.

• Santa Claus is coming to Wilton. His “sleigh” will be red and really, really big.

• Gail Lavielle: Forced regionalization is a minefield for western towns.

• The TASC List: They also teach and inspire.

• Editorial: Giving thanks.

• Letters: More thoughts on lights, Rotary scholarships.

• Trains are rounding the bend and heading into the station at the Wilton Historical Society.

• Dentist explains new technology on TV.

• Police: DUIs.

• SafeRides earns good marks during its first semester.

• Osteopath will discuss schizophrenia.

• Board of Finance recap: trucks, town status, audit review, federal funds.

• Obituaries: Dorothy J. McAllister, Lois K. Ongley, Jean J. Burns, Anna M. Schlichting.

• Don’t get scammed! A library program tells you how to avoid it.

• Keep an eye on your favorite athlete. He or she might be using a mouth guard created by a Wilton company.

• It’s no debate: the Wilton High School debate picks up its first win.

• Cannon Grange Hall plans a holiday market.

• Newcomers celebrate holiday season.

• Wilton Congregational Church will celebrate the spirit of Christmas with a live crèche.

• Student violinist will appear at Carnegie Hall.

• New art show has two openings.

• Warrior Words: Happy Thanksgivukuh!

• Wilton Education Foundation grant creates an artist-in-residence program at Wilton High School.

• Junior League Winterfair.

• Nick Allegretta reopens his flooring store under a new name.

• Gift card helps seniors “stay at home.”

• Wilton High football will end the season against Trinity Catholic.

• Hockey drops the puck on Friday with a homecoming event.

• Wilton’s eighth grade girls soccer team is heading for Italy.

• Wilton Blue falls in the FCFL finals.

• CT Challenge honors Team Be Positive riders.

Holiday in the Country: Connecticut Chocolate Trail, The Nutcracker, holiday events, seeing Santa.

Arts & Leisure: Bill Togerson of New Canaan has created a documentary film, The Mushroom Hunter, about his father’s adventures searching for morels; The Reel Dad assesses the career of Angela Lansbury, who just received an honorary Oscar; Wilton’s Arthur Lipner will perform at Pizzeria Laurentano in Bethel on Sunday.