Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: News Candidates for first selectman: Lynne Vanderslice (R), Deb McFadden (D). Halloween fun in Wilton. Fend off the flu: Now is the time for vaccinations. FCIAC postseason games on HAN Network pay-per-view platform. Wilton stroke survivor will run in NYC marathon. Free mental health screenings at the Y. Special voter registration Nov. 2. New restaurant supports YMCA. Hazardous waste collection on Oct. 31. Selectmen briefed on plans for Town Green. Library Lines: The pups are coming!, Self-expression and relaxation, Weir Farm art reception, Board of Selectmen debate, Seniors discuss far-reaching tale, Author visit, First-time author visit. Senior Center News: Book discussion, Studio knitting, Living with Alzheimer’s, Comstock Writers, Open bridge, Coming events. Farmers’ market says farewell for the season. Timothy Leonard hearing continued to Nov. 3. Legal Notices. NAMI offers support for parents. Wilton High School Boys Soccer team wins academic award. Residents share ideas for economic development. Finance board approves DUI grant. Sports WHS Boys Soccer: Austin Slater scores game-winner on Senior Night. WHS Girls Soccer: Wilton stops Staples on Paisley Eagan’s goal. Rob Coloney named WHS Girls Basketball coach. WHS Field Hockey: Rams nip Warriors on late goal. WHS Football: Christian Trefz, St. Joseph run over Wilton, 35-0. WHS Girls Swim: Swimmers go 3-2 during jam-packed stretch. Results, Records, Schedules. Youth Football Results. Youth Soccer Results. Opinion Editorials: Don’t be fooled. Letters to the Editors: Fostering greater transparency, Please preserve the Schlichting Homestead, GOP openings on parks and social services. NewsNotes: Home repair, Museum mornings, Fitness fights breast cancer. Candidate Statements: Lynne Vanderslice, Deborah McFadden, Michael Kaelin. Endorsement Letters. Nobody Told Me That: Why should you vote in your municipal election? Are there any contested races in Wilton this year? Can I view a sample ballot? Are absentee ballots available for this election? Police Driver whose accident closed Cedar Road was drunk. Street sweeper shot at with BBs. Arrest made in car theft. Jacket, sweater found. Obituaries Vincent John Nolan, Jr., 88. More... Dorothy M. Argenio, 85. More... Dr. Ho-Kang Liu, 83. More... Anna L. Meken, 93. More... Social Gala celebrates 10 years of Friends of Ambler Farm. Candlelight Concerts presents violinist Angelo Xiang Yu. Bulletin Board. Schools Students explore ‘fully digital learning environment.’ Warrior Words by Abby Schiff: Even on your own, you are not alone. Athletes recognized for academic achievement. Business Fall Restaurant Week returns. Business Update: Webster celebrates 80 years, Bankwell collecting children’s books. Real Estate Sales. Arts & Leisure Two Redding artists, Richard Lerner and Joni Johns, are exhibiting their work at Jewelry Designs in Danbury. The Reel Dad gives his top rating to the film Steve Jobs, a masterpiece of writing by Aaron Sorkin, he says, matched by Danny Boyle’s direction. The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook — become one of our 1,379 friends and get news updates at Facebook.com/WiltonBulletin. 3,145 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by Twitter.com/WiltonBulletin.