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:

• Wilton celebrates and honors military members on Veterans Day.

• Gas expansion project wraps up.

• Wilton Presbyterian Church members eat on $6 a day.

• New Mountain Road home is top spec build in Connecticut.

• The cacti of Carriage Road.

• Wilton Center will get a new piece of art.

• Fate of Old Two Rod Highway will affect property values.

• Children raise money for Circle of Care at Village Market.

• Sensible Wilton to resume petition drive this weekend.

• Emma Lynch weds Donald Brown.

• Jaime Foster marries James Lee III.

• Warrior Words: Ready, set, Thanksgiving!

• Middlebrook’s Seven Green Team kicks off this year’s Power of One project.

• Editorial: Veterans Day.

• Letters: Town’s sign rules harm businesses, Officials’ response to revote efforts is an outrage, Coat drive draws nearly 2,000 donations, Town’s ethics code needs an upgrade, Lawyering up, $50-million revote — Here we go again, Thank you for your confidence and support.

• WVAC 911: A letter from a babysitter.

• The Lake Club will get new lights.

• Free genealogy fair at Ridgefield Recreation Center.

• Georgetown Lions Club welcomes new Wilton members.

• Firefighters collect for Toys for Tots.

• Obituaries: Lee Reading, Frank E. Davidson,  George Alan Wyland, Sally Woodward Quinn, Memorial service for Mary Jo Zieman.

• Town says Sensible Wilton is wrong.

• Police Log: DUI, Domestic dispute, Disorderly conducts, Stolen purse, Larceny, Outstanding warrants.

• Police continue investigating Halloween candy van incident after lead falls through.

• Daryl Hawk to talk about his trip to Ladakh at Wilton Library.

• Planning & Zoning Commission amends parts of medical marijuana regulations.

• The Ties Program will offer a workshop for parents of internationally adopted children.

• Medal of Honor recipient addresses Drum Hill DAR.

• Mike Moccia of Norwalk Parks & Recreation will speak at next AARP meeting.

• EMT class at Comstock Community Center on Jan. 6.

• Wiltonian performs in St. Luke’s fall production.

• Goddard School opens its doors.

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County gets new board members.

• Ham radio operators drill for emergency.

• Murph’s Turf: For players, Friday’s game is far from meaningless.

• Wilton High School field hockey team is back in state title game with 2-0 win over Lauralton Hall.

• Staples ousts Wilton High School girls soccer team in overtime.

• Wilton High School field hockey team holds off Barlow in state quarterfinals.

• New Canaan defeats Wilton High School’s football team 47-7.

• Wilton High School Cross Country: Spencer Brown places 14th, Mary Lynch places 28th at New England finals.

• After diving, the Wilton High School girls swim team placed second at FCIAC championships.

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Arts & Leisure: Four major crafts festivals and fairs in Ridgefield, big weekend for concerts, the Honda Fit is still a big little car.