Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Former NBA player to share story of addiction and recovery on Oct. 21. \u2022 SEEC says alleged campaign violations warrant investigation. \u2022 DePanfilis runs same, classic campaign. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s outplacement tuition spending compares to similar districts. \u2022 Wilton SAT scores rank among state\u2019s highest. \u2022 Gail Lavielle and Keith Rodgerson debate on Tuesday. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection is back on Oct. 25, with a major change. \u2022 Norwalk River Valley Trail expands to a full mile in Wilton. \u2022 Town auctions three storage units. \u2022 Wilton Tree Committee tags its tree inventory in Wilton Center. \u2022 Medical marijuana will be covered at public hearing. \u2022 Board members invited to a Freedom of Information education session. \u2022 Editorials: More than lip service, Getting informed. \u2022 Letters: Metro-North hits another low, Ambler Farm Day drew hundreds, Young dancers may realize their dreams. \u2022 Endorsement letters: Jim Himes, Keith Rodgerson, Gail Lavielle. \u2022 Nobody Told Me That: Nov. 4 election. \u2022 A View from Glen Hill: An invitation to join meal-packaging effort. \u2022 On the Campaign Trail: Police unions endorse Boucher, Rodgerson announces seniors\u2019 rights platform, Sierra Club endorses Boucher. \u2022 Candidate Statement from Gail Lavielle: Transportation is a priority. \u2022 Police Log: Failure to appear, Restraining order, DUIs, Domestic, Possible Burglary. \u2022 CERT offers annual emergency training program. \u2022 Jim Himes and Dan Debicella debate Oct. 19 in Wilton. \u2022 Singer entertains Kiwanis. \u2022 Obituaries: Paul Hurley Bogardus Jr., John Peter Settino, Charles F. O\u2019Hara, Nancy Susan Denovan Murray, Daniel E. Lupton, Robert D. Duke. \u2022 Historian explores early 20th-Century Wilton. \u2022 Woodcock Nature Center prepares for its popular Wreath Festival Ladies\u2019 Nights and Family Wreath Making Days. \u2022 Guided walks of Wilton\u2019s parks. \u2022 Dr. Hillary Berger offers career assessment seminar. \u2022 Cannon Grange held a wine-making program. \u2022 The Brentano String Quartet visits Wilton. \u2022 Wilton Encore Club prepares for its fall fund-raiser. \u2022 Stay at Home in Wilton invites newcomers to brunch. \u2022 Services take a \u201cbluegrass\u201d turn at Wilton Congregational Church. \u2022 Wiltonian Carol Bogard will play with the Jubilate Ringers at Weston\u2019s Norfield Church. \u2022 Warrior Words: The end of an era. \u2022 Middlebrook students fight plastic pollution with water bottle filling stations. \u2022 Wilton Historical Society installs \u201cRagtime\u201d-era costumes in Wilton Library. \u2022 Library welcomes pianist Bill Charlap. \u2022 Author will speak to AARP members, Oct. 23. \u2022 Bistro Seven welcomes Chef Martinez. \u2022 Wilton Chamber of Commerce moves its offices. \u2022 Bankwell merges with Quinnipiac Bank & Trust Company. \u2022 Marion Filley\u2019s Closing Comments: September. \u2022 Democrats criticize business endorsement for Gail Lavielle. \u2022 Halstead Properties celebrates five years of serving Fairfield County. \u2022 Fund-raiser on Oct. 19 will benefit St. Jude\u2019s Children\u2019s Research Hospital. \u2022 Wilton High School boys soccer team suffers fourth loss in six games. \u2022 Murph\u2019s Turf: Cross country uncertainty. \u2022 Wilton High School field hockey team avoids upset with late rally. \u2022 St. Joseph\u2019s football team routs Wilton, 49-20. \u2022 Wilton High School girls soccer team battles Ridgefield to scoreless tie. \u2022 Greenwich powers past Wilton in girls swimming. \u2022 Wilton Y Wahoos plan two meets to raise funds for breast cancer drive. \u2022 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, \u201cEvening of Dance\u201d 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\u2019 choices at the New York Film Festival, the 2015 K900 competes in price with other luxury sedans. \u2022 The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of more than 660 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. \u2022 2,428 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.