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:

• A swastika is found etched on a high school locker.

• Wolfpit work may cause traffic delays.

• A new civic group, Sensible Wilton, questions $50-million renovation.

• United Ride rides to remember Sept. 11.

• Best-selling author Philippa Gregory will visit Wilton Library.

• Public-private partnership may not boost Cannondale Village.

• Wilton’s Black Tie Affair plays at Weir Farm’s Jazz in the Garden.

• Residents voice support and concern for school renovation project.

• Warrior Words: Senior nostalgia.

• Teen-run program provides safe transportation for a second year.

• Aquarium opens lighthouse contest.

• ’Work Like a Mother’ classes begin next week.

• Hersam-Acorn supports diabetes walk.

• Wilton Library hosts its ‘Awesome Autumn Book Sale.’

• Wilton teen social network co-founder meets Congressman Jim Himes for lunch.

• Kids take the driver’s seat during Wilton’s Touch-a Truck community event.

• Person-to-Person seeks new volunteers.

• New pastor hopes to bring joy to Zion’s Hill.

• Ambler Farm’s annual fall festival takes place Sunday, Sept. 28.

• The Wilton Playshop presents a staged reading of ‘That Championship Season’ on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 12-13.

• Book group gathers around Abigail Adams.

• Anna Raimondi offers healing event in Ridgefield.

• Temple B’nai Chaim hosts High Holy Day services in expanded synagogue.

• Walk explores poetry and painting.

• Wilton women support Afghan women.

• Fleur de Lis adds new dance company.

• Crafts, parties and glamour are on trend at Sparkilicious in Georgetown.

• Gretchen Jeanes joins the William Raveis team as its newest agent.

•  Fairfield County Community Foundation changes its name.

•  Members of Wilton’s Halstead office took the Ice Bucket Challenge.

• Forum examines proposed constitutional amendment on Sept. 15.

• Do you know your EMT Paul Matijcio?

• Police Log: Marijuana, Found property, Domestic, Motorcycle accident.

• Obituaries: Ellen Lewis Parisot, Charlotte Frances Ventrella.

• Wilton Family Y offers lifeguard classes.

• Editorial: Remembering Sept. 11.

• Letters: Speaking out for senior citizens, New group implores ‘no’ vote for Miller-Driscoll, Renovation project is best choice financially, It is time to fix Miller-Driscoll, Renovation will benefit property values.

• The TASC List: The guns of August.

• Sunday, Sept. 14, is the 200th anniversary of The Star-spangled Banner.

• From Town Hall: Vote on the facts.

• Blumenthal touches on veterans and college debt during his Wilton visit.

• Boucher has 100% voting and attendance record.

• Girl Scout creates something new for Wilton’s Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse.

• The Wilton Garden Club will present a flower show, Oct. 9-11.

• Wilton’s deer control program needs larger hunting areas.

• High-visibility signs OK’d by Planning & Zoning Commission.

• Democrats gather at fall barbecue to support candidates.

• Wilton Youth United kicks off a second year on Sept. 21.

• Wilton High football team will rebuild with younger players.

• Wilton High School girls soccer team looks to build off strong season.

• Wilton High School boys soccer team struggles in season opener despite 6-1 win.

• Wilton High School field hockey team has impressive first win.

• Despite losses, Wilton High School girls swim team returns some fire power.

• Wilton High volleyball team hopes off-season work pays off this season.

• New Westchester/Fairfield trail race series debuts Sept. 21.

Arts & Leisure: Newtown Arts Festival this weekend, veterans dance in Hartford, The Reel Dad pays tribute to Lauren Bacall, Clutter, a film on hoarding starring Carol Kane, plays in Bethel next week.

Home Monthly: Making a Darien house a home, spa-like bathrooms and cutting-edge kitchen appliances.