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:
• Wilton edges towards making a decision on a town-wide fiber network project.
• Register to vote at town hall — deadline is approaching.
• The Bulletin offers a variety of in-depth candidate profiles on both sides of the ticket as Election Day is just around the corner.
• Are you a good speller? There's going to be a town spelling bee next month.
• The historic Sharp Hill Cemetery is the site of a pre-Halloween graveyard tour and history reenactment.
• A local man's business has rapidly expanded into a full-service marketing, printing and mailing company.
• A hazardous waste collection this weekend is accepting all sorts of potentially harmful materials and fluids.
• Walking to raise money: Cider Mill students take a mile stroll, collecting sponsorships for a variety of educational programs.
• Not using that bike in the garage? A local charity opened a drop-off area for collection.
• Wilton Teen PeaceWorks is drawing attention to Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a purple T-shirt campaign.
• A step forward in health care: 3-D technology is now used to diagnose breast cancer at a local hospital.
• Kiwanians will hear a talk from Norwalk Community College President David Levinson.
• Undecided who to vote for? There's 100 inches of local candidate endorsement letters.
• Police log: With the election a little more than a week away, more political signs are stolen — one even gets run over by a car.
• Halloween's just around the corner — and it looks like its coming with good weather and a host of pumpkins and scarecrows around town. Doings include a costume parade, trick or treating, a 5K race and kids fun run.
• Columnist Joe Brenner asks what's really scary. Wasteful government spending is at the top of his list.
• Did you recently lose a beloved animal? A grief workshop is open to the public.
• High school seniors pay a high price for their damaged parking lot. Each parking pass now goes for $150.
• An upcoming concert at Wilton Library will feature two violists — one a Wilton High School alum.
• An upcoming interfaith worship service will bring together three faiths for a unified cause.
• Despite a loss, the boys soccer team heads to the playoffs tomorrow.
• The girls need a win to clinch a playoff berth.
• With a 16-0 regular season, Wilton's field hockey team is ranked first in the state.
• More sports: football, volleyball, cross-country, swimming, youth sports.
• Arts & Leisure: Wilton's Matt Davies, a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonists has an exhibition at Westport Library; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde opens tomorrow; Fine Arts Festival in Pound Ridge; The Reel Dad on All Together; and lots of spooky doings all around us.
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