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:

• Republicans win big in Wilton with Boucher, Lavielle and O’Dea re-elected.

• Wilton Playshop’s ‘Later Life’ is a bittersweet look at life’s journey.

Romeo and Juliet graces Wilton High School stage.

• Lawyer says abandonment of Old Two Rod Highway would lead to a lawsuit.

• Board of Selectmen are deciding whether to make a cost-of-living adjustment for those who collect a pension.

• Legion Post 86’s Veterans Day ceremony is on Tuesday.

• Paint is scarce at hazardous waste day.

• Wilton’s Interfaith Action Committee packs 160,000 meals.

• Hal Clark will step down as a selectman.

• Free Barre class with Wilton Newcomers.

• Editorial: Pointless limits.

• Letters: Is Wilton really that sensible? Hospice benefits cannot be overstated, Wilton Reads a success, thanks to many.

• Notes From the Board Table: Vision and goals.

• The TASC List: At a  fork.

• A View From Glen Hill: Where is the ‘sense’ in this?

• Fair spotlights volunteer opportunities.

• Guilty plea in stolen check scheme that robbed victims of more than $120,000.

• Police Log: Stolen plates, DUIs, Stolen Crest, Pot possession, Stolen handbag.

• Health department looks to add two new programs.

• Pickleball for seniors.

• Price Financial Group offers a divorce workshop for women.

• Dr. Michael Marks talks “Bone Health” at The Greens.

• William C. Brennan to wed Cynthia A. Leuchtenburg.

• Classical guitarist opens this season of The Arts at St. Matthew’s on Nov. 16.

• Wilton artist Lynda Campbell will participate in the Ridgefield Woman’s Club Craft Fair on Nov. 22.

• Fleur de Lis Dance Company will perform at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

• Superintendent Kevin Smith joins the Wilton Security Task Force.

• New law prohibits minors from possessing e-cigarettes.

• Warrior Words: A cold welcome.

• Panel addresses school stress and adolescence.

• Wilton receives $33K from state for school security.

• Board of Education committee proposes bylaw revisions.

• Wiltonian performs with All-National Choir.

• Obituaries: Florence ‘Flip’ S. Dane, Mary Joan Dougherty Zieman.

• What’s open and closed on Veterans Day?

• Wiltonian helps on Day of Service.

• Wilton High School girls soccer team wins state opener.

• Wilton High School field hockey team moves to quarterfinals with rout of Guilford.

• Boys U-11 soccer team wins State Cup.

• Wilton High School football team loses to Darien.

• Guilford ousts Wilton High boys soccer team in first round.

• Wilton High School girls swim team places third at FCIACs.

• Wilton High School girls cross country team places 11th at State Open.

• Winter Garden Ice Arena will host a Try Hockey For Free clinic on Saturday.

• Wilton High soccer player Sean Dedrick is heading to training camp of U.S. National Soccer Team.

• Nick Fraticelli and Mary Zengo win the Halloween Hustle 5K race.

Home Monthly: Baking during colonial times, making Thanksgiving memories, Green acres: Moorefield Herb Farm.

Arts & Leisure: Beauty and Ruin: Broken Landscapes, Lost Symbols is the new show opening this weekend at the Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan; CraftWestport will have more than 175 exhibitors Saturday and Sunday at Staples High School; The Blue Room is a compelling story, says the Reel Dad; the 2014 Hyundai Genesis 3.8 is an astonishingly good car, says Steven Macoy.

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