Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:
• Town invites fresh ideas for encouraging economic development in town.
• First selectman candidates square off at Cannon Grange. More...
• Developer to demolish historic home, public input is invited at Oct. 6 meeting.
• Architect Rob Sanders will discuss significance of Wilton’s historical architecture.
• Man of 28 tries to lure teenager using Facebook. More...
• Wilton High School graduate Robbie Keers dies unexpectedly.
• Turf talks continued again.
• Community invited to library ribbon-cutting.
• New kiosk designed for Eagle Scout project welcomes trail users.
• Miller-Driscoll project goes out to bid.
• Miller-Driscoll renovation update meeting on Oct. 14.
• Church will honor late Wiltonian Walter Smith with plaque.
• Library Lines: Jazz time, Cooking with care, Speaking of food, Silence of the Lyme epidemic, Finding Wilton, Poetry time, Illustrator illustrates.
• Senior Center News: Alzheimer’s Walk team, A Fresh Eye, Photo Book Workshop, Play reading, Medicare update, Coming events.
• Wiltonian Jenny Andjelkovic co-chairs food allergy walk.
• Flu shot clinics start this month.
• Police will raise funds for domestic violence month.
• Henryk Teraszkiewicz leaves nature center.
• Dawn Dahl’s painting Lemons wins second place in Faber Birren National Color Award Show.
• Minks to Sinks sale starts Saturday.
• Planning and Zoning approves three applications.
• Susan Powers Knapp, 75. More...
• Marcia Macy Kauffman Norman, 86. More...
• Mary H. Langan. More...
• Robert Anderson Keers, 22. More...
• Rose C. Diorio, 93
• Editorials: Comings and goings.
• Letters to the Editors: Turf discussion ignores zoning rules, Turf issues pit generations against one another, Communication and solitude.
• NewsNotes: Life after breast cancer, Running wild.
• A view from Glen Hill: Heartening choices.
• The TASC List by Joe Brenner: Conflicted interests.
• Notes from the Board Table: Dogs will search for drugs.
• Endorsement letters.
• On the Campaign Trail: McFadden picks up endorsements.
• Ridgefield Road accident.
• Items found near Norwalk River Valley Trail.
• Driving with suspended license.
• Protective order violated.
• Driver flees accident.
• WHS Football: Wreckers stomp Warriors, 37-0.
• WHS Girls Soccer: Scoring woes continue in back-to-back losses.
• WHS Boys Soccer: Wilton battles Ludlowe, Ridgefield to a pair of ties.
• WHS Field Hockey: WHS blanks Staples, 1-0.
• Results, Records, Schedules.
• Youth Football results.
• WHS Cross Country: Wilton girls sweep meet, boys win one of three.
• Youth Soccer results.
• WHS Volleyball: Warriors sweep Central.
• Ridgefield Half-Marathon Sunday.
• Raven Rocks trail run makes debut Nov. 15 in Pound Ridge Reservation.
• HAN Network seeks video interns.
• Library presents Crossland exhibition.
• New England beer tasting on Oct. 17.
• Hot & Cool jazz series kicks off on Sunday.
• Fashion show on Oct. 16.
• Bulletin Board.
• Life here is “really new” for Japanese exchange student.
• Library kicks off 10th year of Poetry in Motion.
• Wiltonian Jackson Gany helps to clean Providence.
• Fleur de Lis Dance Academy offers pre-professional ballet training.
• Warrior Words by Grace Kelleher: King of Cantaloupe Blossoms.
• Commission evaluates sign regulations.
• Business Update: Blue Star Bazaar will host cocktail reception, Marc Foodman joins Ferdinand IP.
• Real Estate Sales.
Arts & Leisure
• Stamford Symphony’s takes center stage; chairman of the board is from Darien, Alan McIntyre.
• The walk part of The Walk is great says the Reel Dad.
• The Jeep Cherokee Limited has fervent fans.
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