Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: News Lynne Vanderslice, Michael Kaelin, David K. Clune win election. More... Miller-Driscoll renovation is ‘trending under budget.’ More... Hunger will stop for 452 children. Brothers in Arts comes to Wilton. Library program will reflect on World War I. Developer applies for residential subdivision. ‘Routine’ matter raises ire at selectmen meeting. Veterans march on Veterans Day. Second Wiltonian awarded Légion d’Honneur. Classes in wilderness safety. Timothy Leonard hearing pushed to Nov. 5. The Helium Brothers reunite. Legal Notices. Library Lines: Lush landscapes fill gallery walls, Flu prevention, Hard drives destroyed — with a purpose, World War I discussed, Dance moves taught, Alzheimer’s discussed, New Yorker cartoon editor is author. Senior Center News: Medicare enrollment, Free downloads, Photo organizing, Healthy eating, Thanksgiving lunch, VA hospital donations, Coming events. Opinion Editorials: Honoring service. Letters to the Editors: Turf project has alternative locations, Wild Things Run ‘beautiful fall event,’ Encore Club thanks contributors, Keep momentum to save home, Pumpkins will return next year, Hospice provides essential service. NewsNotes: Care options, YMCA champ. A view from Glen Hill: United in community. The TASC List by Joe Brenner: Write on. Social American Artisan Show preview party and silent auction. The Wilton Singers names a new director. A film celebrates soil Superintendent Kevin Smith talks about the state of the schools. Bulletin Board. Sports WHS Field Hockey: Warriors to play for FCIAC title tonight, Nov. 5. WHS Girls Soccer: Early goals lead Tigers past Wilton in FCIACs. WHS Boys Soccer: Rapid-fire goals sink Warriors in FCIAC playoffs. WHS Football: Darien shocks Wilton in 48-7 rout. WHS Cross Country: Wilton girls third in Class L; Justin Hoelzl second in boys race. Youth Soccer Results. Youth Football Results. Results, Records & Schedules. Police Under 21 DUI with forged green card. Bus damages utility poles. Obituaries Margaret Edgar Hamilton, 74. More... Linda L. Juliano, 62. More... Ruth Murphy Flanagan, 88. More... Ruth Shoobe, former teacher. More... Harlan W. Smith, 81. More... Business New chef revamps Babaloo menu. Business Update: Carlton Chen wins lifetime achievement award, Judith Klem earns fellowship, Elizabeth Chambers joins Berkshire Hathaway. Real Estate Sales. Schools Christopher LoGiurato named Google Student Ambassador. Warrior Words by Olivia Phelan: Thoughts from the late, great Peachwave. Foundation grants top $500,000. JoyRide hosts Spinraiser for ABC, Nov. 6. Arts & Leisure The Klein@75 celebration is coming up: Paul Shaffer will emcee. The Reel Dad pays tribute to the late Maureen O’Hara, who died this week. Test driver Steven Macoy checks out the redesigned Honda Pilot and finds big improvements all around. The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook — become one of our 1,404 friends and get news updates at Facebook.com/WiltonBulletin. 3,190 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by Twitter.com/WiltonBulletin.