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

• A Wilton woman lost an arm after her family’s pit bull attacked her.

• Steve Summerton of Regency Limousine is the Business Person of the Year.

• The Wilton Loop segment of the Norwalk River Valley Trail breaks ground.

• Gentle exercise yields change at the Wilton Senior Center.

• Wilton Garden Club seeks selectmen’s help in maintaining Old Town Hall.

• Editorial: Yes on Keiser.

• Letters: U.S. education performance not good enough, train change, domestic violence, yes on easement, vets at Middlebrook, historical society events, thanks to election workers.

• Notes from the Board Table: Superintendent search, enrollment.

• From Town Hall: Vote to preserve Wilton.

• WVAC 911: Alzheimer’s patients living alone.

• Wiltonians will get a chance to speak out on the Kaiser easement.

• Ceci Maher updates the Wilton Woman’s Club on Person-to-Person.

• Weir Farm Owl Prowl is on for Nov. 22.

• Ambler Farm presents wreath auction.

• Jazz pianist Fred Hersch heats up the Brubeck Room.

• Seniors hear talk on hearing loss.

• Warrior Words: Empty pages.

• Wilton student wins CHET scholarship.

• Chase Smith sings the right notes at All-National Choir in Tennessee.

• Girl Scouts gather ’round the bonfire to honor Juliette Gordon Low.

• Wilton Bank merger is final.

• Robin Clune joins Ambler team.

• MTA change will impact early riders.

• Wilton fire chief to be named by end of this month.

• Obituary: Elsie Sherman

• CERT helps in search for missing person.

• Police log: Possession of alcohol, avoiding responsibility, car accidents, burglary, providing alcohol to minors.

• Wilton will play Lauralton Hall for the Class M field hockey championship.

• Branford kicks past Wilton in the girls quarterfinals.

• Murph’s Turf: Warriors look to bite the Tigers after 20 years.

• The season ends in the quarterfinals for the boys soccer team.

• Class L swimming meet results.

• On the gridiron, Wilton stayed with the mighty New Canaan Rams, before the Rams pulled away.

• Local rowers race to victory.

• Wilton youth field hockey wins jamborees.

• New England championship cross country results.

Arts & Leisure: Fiddler on the Roof in Stamford, Taj Mahal and the World Blues at Fairfield University, holiday shopping in Ridgefield, pianist Andrew Armstrong in Newtown, the documentary Cast By at the Ridgefield Playhouse.