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

• A teenager has been arrested in a four-year-old homicide case but police officlals say the investigation is not over.

•  It’s a year after Hurricane Irene. What are the key areas in emergency response that the town has learned to improve?

• Have you spotted the black bears others in town have sighted? Learn what you should do if one lumbers across your path.

• Four Wilton women in politics, business and community service have had a front row seat at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

•  A Wilton Center bank is closing before the end of next month,

• The Norwalk-to-Danbury trails project will be a cause for celebration on Tuesday night at the library.

• The Wilton Library emarks on a new chapter with a new program director.

• Over at the Y, there’s a range of new programs for children with special needs.

• A Wilton pediatric pulmonologist predicts an early allergy season and offers advice.

• Meet the five new Warrior Words writers as they say hello to readers (and deadlines!)

•  A singing group made up of women who love to sing are wondering if you do, too.

• The Olympian brothers of tennis doubles fame who won gold in London paid a visit to town and played benefiit matches for local charities.

• The popularity of cheerleading has soared and there is a new head coach at WHS.

• A Wilton company that offers organic treats for your animal companions has won two national awards.

• Fall Preview special section: pumpkin and apple picking and great hikes.

• In Arts & Leisure: An American Indian harvest festival, blues, views and barbecue, and Mary Chapin Carpenter in concert, all nearby.


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