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:

• 44 Westport Road may be saved in municipal real estate deal.

• Ambler Farm presents its annual ‘Greens Sale.’

• Santa Claus comes to Wilton Center for the annual Holiday Stroll on Dec. 5.

• Michael Lombardo is leaving Wilton Police Department, new police chief expected in ‘four to six months.’

• Warrior Words: Between the ledger lines.

• Wilton trick-or-treaters raise $5K for UNICEF.

• Exchange student Yuntian Han compares Wilton to China.

• High School club raises awareness of distracted and reckless driving.

• Wiltonian places first in Bucknell University’s annual Business Pitch Competition.

• Wilton Youth Council holds leadership conference.

• High school track lights will be on from 5 to 9 p.m. during the winter months.

• Obituaries: Elizabeth Anne McGehee, Richard E. Vosilus, James L. Wilson, Jessica Ellen Bloch.

• SCORE offers reputation management workshop.

• Café Ruche to open in Wilton Center.

• Amy Schulman joins Blue Buffalo’s board of directors.

• The TASC List: Coming home.

• A view from Glen Hill: Living up to our ‘citizen’-ship.

• Editorial: Happy outcome.

• Letters: Electric rate increase is exorbitant, Salvation Army helps those in need, Young children inspired by new art in town, A Dickensian disappointment.

• Police Log: Counter gone missing, Failure to appear, Identity theft, Protective order violation, Pot possession, Stolen safe.

• Don’t let this holiday season go up in flames: Tips for a safe and warm winter.

• Wilton Library offers an hour-long lesson in coding on Dec. 10.

• Artists come ‘together’ for library art exhibition.

• Former Wilton resident to write book on life on the Keiser estate.

• Ambler Farm plants paths of legacies.

• Dr. Eric Collins’ tips for having a sober holiday season.

• Wilton Newcomers gather for an annual holiday party on Saturday, Dec. 6.

• Hay rides with Santa at Ambler Farm on Dec. 12.

• Music on the Hill presents a holiday concert on Dec. 12.

• 241/249 Danbury Road: Large commercial property may become available in 2015.

• State agency cuts one of CL&P’s rate increase requests.

• SCORE offers a free business workshop on “Understanding Your Business Cash Flow” on Dec. 8.

• Cannon Grange presents a free talk on genetically modified food organisms on Dec. 4.

• Wilton Library hosts screening and panel discussion on obesity.

• Kiwanis kicks off its holiday season on Dec. 10 with its annual Holiday Luncheon.

• National Influenza Week: It’s not too late to get a flu shot.

• Higgins Design Center: Expert design fit for buyers, sellers and more.

• Wilton musicians perform with the Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra on Sunday, Dec. 7.

• Fleur de Lis presents Nutcracker.

• Cannon Grange hosts its holiday market on Dec. 6.

• River Road Gallery opens its “Land that I Love” art show with a reception on Dec. 6.

• WIFE.org offers a divorce workshop for women.

• Trackside hosts an informational symposium for families of children with developmental and intellectual disabilities on Monday.

• Jeffery Locher makes lieutenant.

• Wilton firefighters help ‘rescue a child’s holiday’ with Toys for Tots campaign.

• Historical society’s Holiday Trunk Show features artisans’ wares.

• Fresh Green Light donates $1,000 to Wilton SafeRides.

• News Notes: Happy Holy Day, On the wing.

• Wilton Woman’s Club makes Thanksgiving a joyous day.

• Choirs present a ‘shining’ Advent concert.

• Schalk dancers in ‘Holiday Spectacular.’

• Wilton High School girls basketball team primed for title run.

• Wilton High School football team loses to Trinity Catholic 48-14.

• Wilton High School girls hockey team looks to replace scoring punch from last year.

• Jillian Mahon helps FC United win pool at national event.

• Wilton High School cheer team honored its 12 senior cheerleaders at  half-time of Wilton High School’s Thanksgiving football game.

• Wilton High School runners Spencer Brown and Mary Lynch compete in regionals.

• Wilton High School football team honored its 13 seniors at the Thanksgiving football game.

Arts & Leisure: Scrooge! opens this weekend in New Canaan, the Reel Dad says The Imitation Game with Benedict Cumberbatch is an Oscar contender, test driver Steven Macoy finds some surprises at the Connecticut International Auto Show.

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