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

• The Wilton Fire Commission has extended an offer to Matthew Marcarelli to become the new chief.

• Santa is coming to Wilton Center!

• Social Services says there is still a need for giving in Wilton.

• Toys for Tots gathers gifts for children in and around Wilton.

• First Selectman Bill Brennan receives a raise.

• Robert Bell was acquitted of manslaughter in the death of his wife, Svetlana Bell, who taught in Wilton.

• Person-to-Person completes its first year serving Wilton.

• Ambler Farm is ready for its Holiday Greens sale.

• Dance school presents a Holiday Spectacular.

• Cholesterol screening from Wilton’s Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County.

• Junior Leadership giving tree.

• Editorial: Sexts and the Internet.

• Letters: Salvation Army donations.

• A view from Glen Hill: Civility takes a beating.

• Education mandate concerns expressed at forum.

• Before you move in, you have to move out.

• Kick for Nick sends soccer balls to special Olympians in Honduras.

• How the heck do computer apps work?

• Police: DUI, accident, pot possession, missing jewelry, burglary arrest.

• Obituaries: Christine Dartley, Francis Munisteri, Andrea Wells, Jeanne Schenck Erskine, Robert Tartell.

• Brass performs at St. Matthew’s.

• Canine Company brings in Santa to support homeless pets.

• Habitat for Humanity will benefit from a construction material drive.

• Wilton band plays to iTunes success.

• A birthday trip to “school.”

• Students “drive” for veterans.

• Warrior Words: Do you believe in magic?

• Wilton students perform in The Nutcracker.

• Murph’s turf: God wasn’t on the gridiron.

• Wilton football goes out with a Thanksgiving win.

• Girls hockey preview.

• Homecoming Wilton hockey game brings together the past and present.

• Eighth grade White team falls short in FCFL championship game.

Arts & Leisure: Wilton Dance Studio presents The Nutcracker, Mark Twain Library in Redding presents a new art show Saturday, there’s Trouble in Pantoland with the Town Players of New Canaan, holiday fairs abound, The Reel Dad gives Nebraska with Bruce Dern his highest rating, and Steven Macoy welcomes the return of a muscle car in the 2014 Dodge Charger SE.