In this week's Bulletin

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

Citizen says Miller-Driscoll Building Committee was incorrectly formed.

• Wilton students present marine biology study to scientists at the Flatfish Biology Conference.

North Shore Acappella performs at St. Matthew’s.

• Wilton doctor will lead new Stamford pediatrics institute.

Schools get new technology, adopt Google Apps.

• Warrior Words: Flip the switch.

Wilton Model Congress takes Yale by storm.

• Paint, Draw & More! offers winter classes.

• Wilton musician performs in Eastern Percussion Ensemble.

• Police Log: DUI, Caraluzzi’s theft, Christmas tree altercation, Severe injuries, Pot possession.

• Obituaries: Richard C. Hottelet.

• Wilton’s Visiting Nurse & Hospice launches annual appeal.

• ‘Homemade’ event benefits Animals in Distress.

• Four Seasons Racquet Club welcomes junior tennis players from Norwalk.

• Wiltonian sells Lego sets to raise money for Animals in Distress.

• New WCCOG executive director resigns.

Editorial: Enjoy the season.

• Letters: Old Danbury Road deal is a win-win, Stroll opens Wilton holiday season, Ask the right question of young athletes, ‘Fed Up’ movie gets a lot wrong, Where’s the opposition?, Parks & Recreation events brought many together, Troop 125 thanks Wilton.

• Wilton Fire Department: Keeping safe this holiday season.

• A View from Glen Hill: A community of respect.

• Seniors celebrate holiday by not staying home.

Wilton native earns Grammy nomination for best New Age album.

• Café Ruche: A sanctuary for fitness and food.

• Preschoolers visit Bankwell.

• Yogapata offers Sridaiva.

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: November.

• Wilton Library hosts holiday ornament decorating.

• Children of the American Revolution honor Wilton veterans.

• Sign regulations raise problems for Wilton’s locally owned businesses.

School district looks to review special education.

• Replaced fire engine finds home in Georgia.

Temple B’nai Chaim invites families to Hanukah event.

• Ridgefield resident Gemma Tebbutt earns scout award.

• NAMI-CAN support group for parents meets Dec. 22.

• Wilton Library introduces Hoopla Digital Music.

• Ted Hoffstatter will ‘stay involved.’

• Schools embrace virtualization, address bandwidth needs.

• Ludlowe spoils season opener for Wilton High girls basketball team.

• Hojnacki’s overtime goal gives Wilton High girls hockey team its first win.

• Wilton High School wrestling preview: Wilton looks to youth to offset graduation.

• With 12 seniors, Wilton High boys hockey team is not short on experience.

Arts & Leisure: Ridgefield Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray releases four CDs, including one of Hanukah songs, Inherent Vice is a chilling tale of Southern California, the 2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T is a redesign and offers better fuel economy.

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