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:
• Ken Dartley is appointed as selectman.
• Route 7 car chase: Driver attempts to flee police on two flat tires. More...
• Wilton Playshop opens season with Tony-Award winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.
• Ceremony renames Route 106 for Wilton veteran Charles Baffo.
• Robert Crosby officially takes helm of police department.
• Stay at Home in Wilton fund-raiser uses novel approach.
• Minks to Sinks donations and consignments wanted.
• Specialized medical center to open in Wilton next year.
• Nineteen applications filed for medical pot facilities.
• Insomnia seminar to improve sleep.
• Bray runs for selectman.
• NAMI offers parent support group.
• Citizens file FOI complaint citing “secret” meetings. More...
• Selectmen continue search for new CFO.
• Two new officials named.
• Senior Center News: Alzheimer’s Walk, A Fresh Eye, Play reading, Medicare update, Coming events.
• Library Lines: Awesome Autumn Book Sale, A close-knit group, Thrilling author talk, Chess skills for kids.
• Legal Notices.
• Wilton joins neighboring towns in settling police raid lawsuit. More...
• New holiday decorations are in the works.
• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County will offer bereavement support.
• SafeRides kicks off third year in Wilton.
• Prayer circle commemorates day of peace.
• Wilton’s Jim Cooper directs Patience.
• Rug hooking talk and demonstration at Wilton Historical Society.
• Tákacs Quartet on Sunday at Wilton Congregational Church.
• Quilting workshop on Friday at Wilton Historical Society.
• Editorials: Don’t wait.
• Letters to the Editors: Turf permit would be illegal, What of the environmental effects of losing grass?, Thanks for supporting children with cancer.
• NewsNotes: Dinners and hunger, Stuff that bus!, Painting at Weir.
• Notes from the Board Table: Test scores analyzed.
• Robert Francis Witt, 82. More...
• Jerome J. Klein, 84, physician. More...
• Pierre Cooley, 82. More...
• DUI with narcotics.
• Children left unsupervised while mother goes shopping. More...
• Teen has marijuana.
• Car flips in accident.
• WHS Boys Soccer: Wilton nips Warde, 1-0.
• WHS Field Hockey: After opening with three blowouts, WHS enters tough stretch this week.
• WHS Football: Jared Fields runs McMahon past Warriors in season opener.
• WHS Cross Country: WHS girls win Wilton Invitational.
• Results, Records, Schedules.
• Ceremony on Saturday will honor memory of Emily Waterman Teska.
• Watch live: Boys soccer, field hockey.
• WHS Volleyball: Warriors top New Milford.
• WHS Girls Swimming: New Canaan tops Warriors.
• Vote for the HAN Network Athletes of the Week.
• WHS Girls Soccer: After opening-day win, back-to-back losses.
• Youth Soccer.
• Youth Football.
• HAN Network seeks video interns.
• Youth United breaks ground on new home.
• Wilton’s average SAT scores slightly decline.
• Warrior Words by Daniel Glynn: Strike a pose.
• Montessori School offers infant-parent classes.
• Westport Day School has hearing.
• Outdoor Sports Center sponsors youth cycling team.
• Business Update: Webster videos help elders avoid fraud, Real estate website wins awards, Mitchell speaks at Westport Library, Rush elected to board of directors, Bankwell launches new ad campaign.
• Ribbon is cut, more than $2,700 raised for Alzheimer’s Association at Brookdale Wilton.
• Real Estate Sales.
Arts & Leisure
• Romantic Russians is the season-opening concert for the Ridgefield Symphony.
• The Reel Dad previews the New York Film Festival.
• Test driver Steve Macoy found driving a Jeep Wrangler to be a happy experience.
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