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 unveils 9/11 memorial plaque and flag in remembrance of lives lost.

• Come to a complete stop for buses or risk big fines; police are on the lookout.

• St. Matthew's Episcopal Church reaches out to nonprofits.

• A new rabbi steps in as education director of Temple B'nai Chaim.

• Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps offers a new course for prospective members.

• Pull up and plug in: the ribbon's been cut at the town's new electric-vehicle charging station.

• Town names a day for childhood cancer awareness.

• Do you know where to get a flu shot? Visiting nurses will offer local clinics.

• Weir Farm's upcoming jazz concert has been rescheduled; the Grace Kelly Quintet is set to perform.

• Residents are voicing opinions and have plans to help improve the tentative sketch of the Norwalk River Valley Trail.

• A Wilton High student returns from a selective hands-on work program at Yellowstone National Park.

• The police commission applauds a rigorous effort on the part of detectives in the Nick Parisot investigation.

• Where should the new speed sign go? Who will remove brush blocking our road signs? Police voice traffic concerns.

• Pumpkins are set to fly at Ambler Farm's day of festivities.

• Weevils have been chomping at the "mile-a-minute" vines.

• Take a twilight canoe ride at Woodcock Nature Center. Reservations are required.

• Police officer meets concert pianist on emergency call. The two are now set to host a concert series for local causes.

• Wilton League of Women's Voters is set to welcome Secretary of the State Denise Merrill.

• Students are encouraged to bring laptops to class as Wilton High hits its wireless goal.

• There's new leadership at the helm of the Wilton Education Foundation.

• Wilton's boys soccer team is a favorite to go all the way.

• After losing 15 seniors, the football team is set to start the season.

• The field hockey champs get off to a blow-out start.

• More sports previews: Swimming, girls soccer, volleyball. Also, youth football and soccer.

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