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:
• Election results from top to bottom in Wilton.
• Cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy.
• A midwestern crew gets a first look at Connecticut.
• Gov. Malloy will address the Chamber of Commerce.
• Smokey the firefighter was the big winner in the Scarecrow Fest.
• The visiting nurses are looking for volunteers to visit homebound patients.
• A family mourns the loss of 21 trees.
• The Newcomers Club plans a 5K to aid their neighbors.
• Who's open, who's not on Veterans Day.
• Letters: CL&P response, pickleball, Read Aloud Day, the Scarecrow Fest and love letters to the library.
• Joe Brenner's TASC List includes what's great about Wilton.
• Veterans Day is Sunday and that's when the parade will be.
• America the Beautiful is more than a song, it's a new show at River Road Gallery.
• It's not dinner theater, it's the Wilton Singers' Christmas Feast and Concert.
• A writer, therapist and mother discusses a book that looks at "The Price of Privilege" and its effect on children.
• Warrior columnist Jillian Finkelstein finds when her mind wanders to food, she has the answers.
• Talk about a "grand" opening, True Value Hardware opens with a bang.
• Wilton's Matt Davies talks about his editorial cartoons.
• A baker's dozen of artisans brings a show of fine art and fine crafts to Wilton.
• The girls cross-country team places fifth at the Open, and qualifies for the New England Championships.
• Greenwich upsets Wilton field hockey in semi-finals.
• Norwalk tops Wilton in soccer.
• The girls swim team places fourth in the FCIAC championships.
• Bulletin sports editor Tim Murphy considers the role of sports in the face of tragedy or catastrophe.
• Arts & Leisure: Cover: New shows at Silvermine Arts Center, a film about ospreys in Greenwich, lots of concerts, the 2013 Volvo S80T6 AWD.
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