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

• Wilton remembers those lost on Sept. 11, 2001.

• With a generous grant, the Norwalk River Valley Trail nears reality in Wilton.

• Republican Dan Debicella is ready to take on Jim Himes again for the 4th District congressional seat.

• Not many Wilton High students go to community college. Why not?

• Bowhunting season opens Monday.

• Accident injures four in Georgetown.

• Planning and Zoning recap: Historic home rules may change.

• Wilton High School principal Bob O’Donnell keeps striving to make the school a community.

• Warrior Words: Casey Chase says “Save the T-shirts!”

• “Allons en Ville” will be visiting Wilton stores.

• Regional planning groups are closer to a merger.

• Commercial energy plan moves forward.

• Editorial: Hope takes wing.

• Letters: Touching trucks, position search, Wilton Organic.

• A View from Glen Hill: Walking the Wilton woods.

• Guest Commentary: National Suicide Prevention Week.

• State Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143) will address the life of “Carmen.”

• Free smoking cessation program at Norwalk Hospital.

• Citizens are against Syria attack.

• Adventurers examine water issues.

• Library lecture to keep athletes upright.

• Obituaries: Thelma R.N. Smithies, David Wilson, Rudolph L. Merk Sr.

• Loss of parent support.

• Treating and preventing low back pain.

• Seminar reviews annual wellness visits.

• Tony Award nominee returns for solo show at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church.

• Historical society will host artisan show.

• Riverside Fence recognized for growth.

• Wave Hill Bakery has the “best bread” in Connecticut.

• Mary Tobin is the new administrator at Wilton Meadows.

• New program for nonprofit grants.

• Katherine Nyce marries Ezra DeTroy.

• Mark Valkenburgh, Emile Rosene are wed.

• Wilton High kicks off their football season tonight at Guilford as part of the FCIAC/SCC Challenge.

• New Wilton volleyball coach feels his team has the potential to surprise.

• In boys soccer, Wilton kicks past Brien McMahon.

• Wilton girls soccer looks to recover from graduation and injuries.

• In cross country, Wilton runs to victory.

• It is a good start for the field hockey team, as the Warriors beat Pomperaug.

• Roundups of youth football and soccer.

Home: Flower show blooms in Darien, kids’ rooms grow up, home tour.

Arts & Leisure: Author Lynn Adler speaks on growing old with ‘Attitude’ at Meadow Ridge in Redding, Spamalot opens in Stamford, new exhibits open at Silvermine Galleries, Live Green Connecticut family festival in East Norwalk, the Reel Dad says ‘Haute Cuisine’ is “tasty fun,” Westport Country Playhouse to honor Phylicia Rashad, Steven Macoy is cool on the 2013 VW Jetta Hybrid SEL Premium.