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

• Memorial Day photos and lots of them!

• Wilton’s fire chief announces his resignation.

• 1980s movie heartthrob Andrew McCarthy talks on self-discovery.

• Father and daughter team up for indie-film project.

• Actor Joey Pantoliano accepts a donation in support of his No Kidding, Me Too! foundation.

• Wilton will be getting a new assistant superintendent. He’s from Greenwich.

• A new arrest in a jewelry theft.

• Police Log: DUI with risk of injury to a minor, disorderly conduct, illegal tree removal, Stop & Shop employee fraud, alien registration card fraud.

• Library lines: fairy tale dance, veteran book talk, CRP classes, cartoonist feature, poetry series.

• Update on Wilton’s ‘smallest winners.’

• The Georgetown Gallop 5K is on the horizon.

• Senior Center news: stress reduction and coming events.

• Obituaries: Maxine A. Converse, Warren Seitz.

• The Wilton Farmers’ Market is set to open Wednesday.

• An update on Wilton Acres subdivision plans.

• Area hikes are planned in recognition of National Trails Day.

• There are more than 100 kinds of arthritis. How can someone find relief?

• Shannon White discusses the “invisible conversations” you should have with your parents.

• Heibeck’s Stand is open and ready for business.

• A caregiver’s support group is intended to help the helpers.

• Moving Memorial Day speeches by Doug Jones and Robert Russell.

• The latest TASC List looks at leadership.

• Curt Welling looks back on his tenure at AmeriCares.

• Wiltonians partied and raised money for Family & Children’s Agency in Norwalk.

• Student photo exhibition opens at the River Road Gallery.

• A Woodcock Nature Center animal ‘catwalk’ highlights An Evening Under the Stars.

• Millstone gallery mounts paintings by Redding artist Judy Pond Kudlow.

• Drama and cannoli at Middlebrook’s Greco-Roman festival.

• Wilton Warrior columnist Jillian Finkelstein lets us in on what her fellow seniors are doing.

• Wilton Education Association awards scholarships.

• Wilton writer Susan Shultz’s new novelette, The Blacksmith, is said to be a real spine-tingler.

• Livingston and Kate Taylor will be at Merwin Meadows.

• Letters: Read Aloud Day, the ABC Golf Classic, and the Whittingham Cancer Center Walk.

• Bella & Co. moves to more spacious quarters.

• The boys and girls track teams have three first-place finishes at a state meet.

• The baseball team hangs up its cleats for this season with a loss to Norwich Free Academy.

• The boys lacrosse team takes its state opener.

• Girls tennis advances to the quarterfinals of its tournament.

• Wilton golf places third out of 82 teams at Chappa Invitational.

• Lily McDermott takes a blue ribbon at the Pegasus Horse Show.

• Wilton Y gymnasts field seven champions at regional meet.

• Noah Farrell advances to the third round of the state tennis tournament.

• Co-captain and senior midfielder Mike Burns will play NCAA Division I lacrosse at the University of Richmond.

• Arts & Leisure: One Life to Live comes back to life online with New Canaan’s Erika Slezak as Victoria Lord, the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance is set for Saturday and Sunday, The Reel Dad likes Before Midnight, The Bacon Brothers come to Ridgefield, and Steven Macoy test drives the 2013 Jaguar XJL Portfolio.