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

• With no contested races, more than 1,300 voters went to the polls.

• Stadium lighting issues intensify.

• Peter Pan flies into Wilton High School.

• Ambler Farm team propels pumpkins in World Championships.

• There are some members of The Wilton Singers who have been singing since graduating Wilton High.

• Jason Simon and Myra Aznar are married.

• Kiwanis speaker will address second careers.

• Easing conversations on difficult topics with the Rev. Shannon White.

• Music on the Hill will present ‘Songs of Thanksgiving.’

• RSVP of Wilton will hold a holiday boutique.

• Police log: motor vehicle burglary, DUI, accidents, disorderly conduct.

• Stolen items found in Weston may connect to Wilton.

• The ambulance corps answers 19 calls this week.

• Wilton artists are in a group show in Norwalk.

• Warrior Words by Brooke Connolly: Don’t forget to laugh.

• Transition seminar for special education students.

• School enrollment not expected to grow.

• Blue Star Bazaar moves to town.

• Goddard School is approved, expects to open next summer.

• Norwalk Youth Symphony Orchestra features Wilton students.

• College essay seminar at Trackside.

• Three friends finish the New York City Marathon together.

• The Garden Club will hear about the Keiser property and native plants. The community is welcome to join them.

• A community forum will explore health care issues.

• Veterans Day holiday hours.

• Bobby Valentine will speak at Chamber of Commerce dinner.

• A talk on estate panning is illuminating.

• Psychiatrist will talk on caring and caregiving.

• Editorial: Keiser property update.

• Letters: there are many this week for and against stadium lights.

• Nobody Told Me That: What is a special town meeting?

• View from Glen Hill: Easement offers rare opportunity.

• The TASC List: Stronger leads to better.

• Obituaries: Florence Mleczko Peet, Arthur O. Wurtmann, Norman Svenson, Herman N. Friedrichsen.

• Old Town Hall is available for event rentals.

• Visiting nurses offer a support group on coping with loss during the holidays.

• Haley English scores three times to lead Wilton past Weathersfield in girls soccer.

• The Warriors met the Blue Wave on the gridiron.

• A successful opener to the state tournament for the field hockey team.

• Boys soccer beat East Hartford.

• The Wilton girls cross country team competed at the state open meet.

• The Wilton girls soccer team lost a tough FCIAC final to St. Joseph.

• Wilton Y gymnasts hosted their annual Fright Fest.

• Girls swimming jumped in the deep end at the FCIACs.

Home Monthly: Sis Boom open house, holiday happenings, home for sale — helicopters welcome, Brooks and Falotico: designing dream homes.

Arts & Leisure: A Weston girl is the voice of Peg in a new PBS kids series Peg + Cat, Art Garfunkel will perform and chat at the Westport Country Playhouse, the Playhouse will also present a staged reading of “Mr. Roberts” in honor of Veterans Day, All is Bright is an engaging holiday comedy, Steven Macoy tests the 2013 Toyota 4Runner Trail 4x4.