In this week’s Wilton Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• We all know what Hurricane Sandy did to homes in town. How did the business community weather the storm?

• A plea for post-Sandy help brings in an overwhelming response.

• Enzo the police dog gets his badge.

• The post office is conducting its annual food drive this week.

• Wilton's Veterans Day ceremony honors those who serve.

• Who's open, who's not on Thanksgiving.

• Can you spell o-r-t-h-o-g-r-a-p-h-y? It's the art of correct spelling and we'll see who might be the best speller in town Friday night.

• There's a space for storm debris at Comstock.

• Letters: New community fund, an electric authority for the town?, addressing the cause of power outages, bipartisan efforts needed in crisis, thank-you's from the registrars of voters, Gail Lavielle, Toni Boucher, Woodcock Nature Center, Wilton Congregational Church.

• Columnist Stephen Hudspeth reviews the value of public-private partnerships.

• American Legion Comdr. Don Hazzard reminds us of the debt we owe our military men and women on Veterans Day.

• "Be our guest, be our guest..." It's Beauty and the Beast Jr. at Middlebrook.

• Making storm-related repairs? Town Attorney Ken Bernhard suggests reviewing zoning regulations first.

• A workshop with the visiting nurses reminds us loving relationships are important at every age.

• A look at the final numbers in some local races from Election Day.

• Need a flu shot? You can get one next week at the library. Check out a book while you're at it.

• Ambler Farm's Art of the Wreath is just around the corner.

• Police log: burglary, dumping garbage, identity theft.

• Obituaries: William K. Tell, Jr., Robert Monroe.

• A therapist is giving a talk at the Y on helping boys through the teen years.

• A new round of the LIVESTRONG program will be starting up at the Y.

• A film at the library captures an actress's courageous journey back from short-term memory loss due to a brain tumor.

• Social News: Wilton High grad Justin Wensek will marry Valentina Savva, Wilton Congregational Church's Thanksgiving service features early American music, Wilton crafters will be at Ridgefield show, youth orchestra performance.

• Warrior columnist Alosha Southern considers life without electronics. Quelle horreur!

• The school district prepares to comply with a state mandate on teacher and student evaluations.

• A local coffee company helps Wilton nonprofits.

• Closing Comments: Realtor Marion Filley says sales were up in October.

• Wilton girls soccer keeps their playoff hopes alive while the boys fall to Newtown.

• A win for Wilton field hockey moves the team into the semi-finals.

• Wilton senior Casey Pearsall is a Wendy's High School Heisman Scholar-Athlete.

• Wilton runners are 12th at New England meet.

• Arts & Leisure: A cabaret series at Le Chateau in South Salem, N.Y.; violinist Brian Lewis solos with the Greenwich Symphony; Steven Spielberg's Lincoln gets a top rating from the Reel Dad; lots of craft fairs and holiday festivals this weekend; a test drive of the 2013 Mazda CX-5 Sport.

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