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:

• Gail Lavielle and Keith Rodgerson debate rails, roads and spending.

• Halloween festivities abound in Wilton.

• Homegrown haunted house headlines Halloween festivities.

• Author Patricia Cornwell visits Wilton Library on Nov. 12.

• Jack Majesky is recognized as one of the state’s best CERT leaders.

• Constitutional amendment joins candidates on the Nov. 4 ballot.

• Wilton High School has a new club designed to curb intolerance.

• Warrior Words: Rock the SAT.

• Thirty Wilton students named Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.

• Wilton Public Schools enrollment drops by 42 students this year.

• Students compete to raise fire prevention awareness.

• Hispanic heritage essay contest in full swing.

• Wiltonian earns her physician assistant degree.

• Boundless Education offers 12 years of enrichment.

• Wilton cheerleaders appear in Jesse Eisenberg movie.

• Photos of Wilton High School’s homecoming festivities.

• Congressional candidates address hot topics during Sunday debate.

• Annual coat drive turns half-century old.

• Board of Selectmen will soon decide whether the town will adjust pension payments.

• Eateries embrace Restaurant Week.

• Ceremony marks awareness of domestic violence.

• Endorsements: For DePanfilis, For Malloy, Vote Yes.

• Notes From the Board Table: Meeting changes explained.

• Guest Commentary: Tips for easy voting next month.

• Letters: Village Market is a gem, Ladies’ Soirée largest ever, Flower show support led to great success.

• Endorsement Letters: Gail Lavielle, Jim Himes, Keith Rodgerson, Phil Sharlach, Anthony DePanfilis.

• Cannon Grange donated more than 125 pounds of food to the Wilton Interfaith Food Pantry.

• Wilton Family Y hosts class on how to prepare a resume for a return to work.

• Wilton Historical Society’s Fall Antiques Market returns for a 30th year this Sunday.

• The Greens at Cannondale will host a discussion on bone health with Michael R. Marks, M.D.

• Kiwanis’ Oct. 29 lunch will feature a talk on pain relief.

• Medicare Part D changes next year and fall enrollment begins.

• Obituaries: Robert Swisher Iliff, Charles Matthew Baffo.

• Phone scams hit residents for $2,725.

• Police Log: Attempted car theft, High-speed chase, Weapon in car.

• Community celebration embraces rock ’n’ roll.

• Jessica Harlow marries Philip Olkoski.

• Cannon Grange’s 2014-15 program events focus on food.

• Bob Russell leads a walking tour of Lambert Corner on Saturday.

• Pat Russo becomes Chamber of Commerce’s new president.

• LinkedIn program offered to veterans.

• Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon-cutting ceremony at Aranci 67.

• HomeFront offers free home repair to residents.

• Wilton Newcomers Club co-hosts Karate, Pizza and a Piñata Saturday.

• Wilton High School field hockey team routs Staples and locks up top seed for FCIACs.

• Wilton High School girls soccer team is on a roll with four straight wins.

• Wilton High School loses to Fairfield Warde during homecoming game.

• Wilton High School volleyball team honors five seniors before its final home match on Monday.

• Wilton High School soccer team lost to Trumbull on Monday.

• Wilton High School volleyball team loses in battle for eighth and final FCIAC playoff spot.

• Wilton High School girls cross country team places fourth, while boys place 10th at FCIAC championships.

• Wilton 12U fall softball team went undefeated with a record of 7-0 this season.

• Candidate statements from Toni Boucher and Gail Lavielle.

• Wilton Republican Town Committee opens its campaign headquarters.

• On the Campaign Trail: David Bedell, Dannel Malloy, Toni Boucher, Dan Debicella, Gail Lavielle, Keith Rodgerson.

• Voter registration information.

• Wahoos raise money for breast cancer awareness.

Arts & Leisure: Mike Freeman, who grew up in Wilton, has written a meditation on nature and fathers and sons, free screening of the documentary Behind the Orange Curtain at the Ridgefield Playhouse, the Reel Dad gives a top rating to Birdman, harvest festivals, the Mazda MX-5 Miata is still a “chick” car.

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