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:

• Former NBA player to share story of addiction and recovery on Oct. 21.

• SEEC says alleged campaign violations warrant investigation.

• DePanfilis runs same, classic campaign.

• Wilton’s outplacement tuition spending compares to similar districts.

• Wilton SAT scores rank among state’s highest.

• Gail Lavielle and Keith Rodgerson debate on Tuesday.

• Wilton’s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection is back on Oct. 25, with a major change.

• Norwalk River Valley Trail expands to a full mile in Wilton.

• Town auctions three storage units.

• Wilton Tree Committee tags its tree inventory in Wilton Center.

• Medical marijuana will be covered at public hearing.

• Board members invited to a Freedom of Information education session.

• Editorials: More than lip service, Getting informed.

• Letters: Metro-North hits another low, Ambler Farm Day drew hundreds, Young dancers may realize their dreams.

• Endorsement letters: Jim Himes, Keith Rodgerson, Gail Lavielle.

• Nobody Told Me That: Nov. 4 election.

• A View from Glen Hill: An invitation to join meal-packaging effort.

• On the Campaign Trail: Police unions endorse Boucher, Rodgerson announces seniors’ rights platform, Sierra Club endorses Boucher.

• Candidate Statement from Gail Lavielle: Transportation is a priority.

• Police Log: Failure to appear, Restraining order, DUIs, Domestic, Possible Burglary.

• CERT offers annual emergency training program.

• Jim Himes and Dan Debicella debate Oct. 19 in Wilton.

• Singer entertains Kiwanis.

• Obituaries: Paul Hurley Bogardus Jr., John Peter Settino, Charles F. O’Hara, Nancy Susan Denovan Murray, Daniel E. Lupton, Robert D. Duke.

• Historian explores early 20th-Century Wilton.

• Woodcock Nature Center prepares for its popular Wreath Festival Ladies’ Nights and Family Wreath Making Days.

• Guided walks of Wilton’s parks.

• Dr. Hillary Berger offers career assessment seminar.

• Cannon Grange held a wine-making program.

• The Brentano String Quartet visits Wilton.

• Wilton Encore Club prepares for its fall fund-raiser.

• Stay at Home in Wilton invites newcomers to brunch.

• Services take a “bluegrass” turn at Wilton Congregational Church.

• Wiltonian Carol Bogard will play with the Jubilate Ringers at Weston’s Norfield Church.

• Warrior Words: The end of an era.

• Middlebrook students fight plastic pollution with water bottle filling stations.

• Wilton Historical Society installs “Ragtime”-era costumes in Wilton Library.

• Library welcomes pianist Bill Charlap.

• Author will speak to AARP members, Oct. 23.

• Bistro Seven welcomes Chef Martinez.

• Wilton Chamber of Commerce moves its offices.

• Bankwell merges with Quinnipiac Bank & Trust Company.

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: September.

• Democrats criticize business endorsement for Gail Lavielle.

• Halstead Properties celebrates five years of serving Fairfield County.

• Fund-raiser on Oct. 19 will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

• Wilton High School boys soccer team suffers fourth loss in six games.

• Murph’s Turf: Cross country uncertainty.

• Wilton High School field hockey team avoids upset with late rally.

• St. Joseph’s football team routs Wilton, 49-20.

• Wilton High School girls soccer team battles Ridgefield to scoreless tie.

• Greenwich powers past Wilton in girls swimming.

• Wilton Y Wahoos plan two meets to raise funds for breast cancer drive.

• Wilton High School volleyball team shocks Greenwich in five.

Arts & Leisure: Wilton Historical Society presents 29th American Artisan Show, Music on the Hill in Weston, “Evening of Dance” at the Darien Arts Center, River Road Gallery in Wilton mounts photography show, Schoolhouse Theater schedules three comics for Comedy Night, the Reel Dad looks at directors’ choices at the New York Film Festival, the 2015 K900 competes in price with other luxury sedans.

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