In this week's Wilton Bulletin

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

Top stories of 2014.

Wiltonian brings German shepherd rescues east.

Women and girls serve up holiday dinners.

The Burrito Shack in Wilton closes its doors and moves to Newtown.

What’s open and closed on New Year’s Day?

Wiltonian helps recruit Connecticut’s first Evans Scholar.

Wilton Library hosts a workshop on recognizing and relieving workplace stress.

Superintendent could earn up to $20K additional compensation.

Regional Hospice’s new facility to open in January.

Trackside offers S4 workshops for eighth grade and high school students.

Wiltonian spends 14 weeks in the wilderness.

• Obituaries: Frederica S. Wiseman, Donald Edwin Hulstrand, Lisa Chimera.

• Police Log: Attempted break-in, DUI, Pot possessions, Not in the Christmas spirit, Simple trespass.

• Visiting nurses offer cholesterol screening.

Priya Parmar visits Wilton Library to discuss her new novel.

The second Annual CAR-E-oke For A Cause event raised nearly $1,300 for Person-to-Person.

Public works is ready for winter.

SCORE Fairfield County hosts social media workshop.

Editorial: The gift of giving.

• Letter: Smart911 is a smart idea.

Attachment by Lois Alcosser: Forbidden fruit.

Warrior Words: The last four years.

A View from Glen Hill: It takes a village…

2015 Legislature: Wilton delegates move up.

• Wilton High boys basketball team rolls to title at holiday tournament.

• Wilton High boys hockey team falls to New Fairfield-Immaculate and Milford.

• Wilton High boys swim team loses to Staples 102-68 in season opener.

• Wilton Y gymnasts score high at Snowflake Invitational.

• Wilton’s Austin Anderson helps Team Connecticut reach Elite 8.

• Freshman Nick Rende accounted for half of Wilton High’s points during two wrestling matches.

Arts & Leisure: The Aldrich Museum’s 50th anniversary exhibitions continue in Ridgefield, the Reel Dad says Unbroken tells the story of an amazing hero, test driver Steven Macoy says the 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage ES offers phenomenal gas mileage.

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