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

• Signs of mischief: more and more political endorsement postings are being taken from local lawns.

• Another storm rolled through town, killing power for 20% of Wilton's CL&P customers.

• A perfect match, vote-for-vote: Wilton's primary voting audit found no errors in the initial counting.

• An underground, townwide fiber network project is getting a second look.

• The Board of Finance looks to bridge a budget gap in requesting grant money for Norwalk River overpass.

• Wilton environmentalist plans Long Island Sound schooner excursion to test the health and safety of the waters.

• A Stamford judge will render a decision as the Montessori School lawsuit moves forward.

• Cement poured outside the Orem's Diner windows like syrup as Owner Bill Papanikolaou completed his refurbishment of the front entryway.

• A life of service: Longtime community volunteer Chris Gardner accepts a Rotary honor for years of charitable work.

• Undecided? The Sierra Club endorses both incumbent State Rep. Gail Lavielle and her rival Ted Hoffstatter.

• Take a walk around Lambert Corners with new historical society tours.

• Wilton Economic Development Commission gets to work with inaugural meeting.

• The school board has set a broad plan to improve "what we teach," "how we teach," and "how we analyze student data."

• Brain, Child, a literary magazine for mothers, moves to Wilton.

• Wilton Library plans its ladies' soirée this month.

• The Wilton Education Foundation launches a website for programming accessibility.

• Eight students have been named semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship contest.

• The Tumble Jungle has raised the bar for fitness and fun.

• Wilton High boys soccer team ties 1-1 against Greenwich, underscored by a Wilton goal in the final minutes.

• Wilton High football holds off Central by a touchdown.

• High school girls soccer kicks off the season with a win.

• Cross-country invitational, a competition of 24 schools, placed Wilton High School girls second in the Varsity Large School race.

• Arts & Leisure: Ridgefield Guild of Artists juried exhibition, Chekhov International Theatre Festival opens in Ridgefield, Flash Gordon and the Heroes of the Universe in Stamford, Norwalk Boat Show, Audubon Greenwich Hawk Watch Weekend, the Reel Dad likes Arbitrage with Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon, the redone Volkswagen Beetle is a big car in a little body.

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