Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:News\u2022 Ken Dartley is appointed as selectman.\u2022 Route 7 car chase: Driver attempts to flee police on two flat tires. More...\u2022 Wilton Playshop opens season with Tony-Award winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.\u2022 Ceremony renames Route 106 for Wilton veteran Charles Baffo.\u2022 Robert Crosby officially takes helm of police department.\u2022 Stay at Home in Wilton fund-raiser uses novel approach.\u2022 Minks to Sinks donations and consignments wanted.\u2022 Specialized medical center to open in Wilton next year.\u2022 Nineteen applications filed for medical pot facilities.\u2022 Insomnia seminar to improve sleep.\u2022 Bray runs for selectman.\u2022 NAMI offers parent support group.\u2022 Citizens file FOI complaint citing \u201csecret\u201d meetings. More...\u2022 Selectmen continue search for new CFO.\u2022 Two new officials named.\u2022 Senior Center News: Alzheimer\u2019s Walk, A Fresh Eye, Play reading, Medicare update, Coming events.\u2022 Library Lines: Awesome Autumn Book Sale, A close-knit group, Thrilling author talk, Chess skills for kids.\u2022 Legal Notices.\u2022 Wilton joins neighboring towns in settling police raid lawsuit. More...\u2022 New holiday decorations are in the works.\u2022 Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County will offer bereavement support.\u2022 SafeRides kicks off third year in Wilton.\u2022 Prayer circle commemorates day of peace.\u2022 Wilton\u2019s Jim Cooper directs Patience.\u2022 Rug hooking talk and demonstration at Wilton Historical Society.\u2022 T\u00e1kacs Quartet on Sunday at Wilton Congregational Church.\u2022 Quilting workshop on Friday at Wilton Historical Society.Opinion\u2022 Editorials: Don\u2019t wait.\u2022 Letters to the Editors: Turf permit would be illegal, What of the environmental effects of losing grass?, Thanks for supporting children with cancer.\u2022 NewsNotes: Dinners and hunger, Stuff that bus!, Painting at Weir.\u2022 Notes from the Board Table: Test scores analyzed.Obituaries\u2022 Robert Francis Witt, 82. More...\u2022 Jerome J. Klein, 84, physician. More...\u2022 Pierre Cooley, 82. More...Police\u2022 DUI with narcotics.\u2022 Children left unsupervised while mother goes shopping. More...\u2022 Teen has marijuana.\u2022 Car flips in accident.Sports\u2022 WHS Boys Soccer: Wilton nips Warde, 1-0.\u2022 WHS Field Hockey: After opening with three blowouts, WHS enters tough stretch this week.\u2022 WHS Football: Jared Fields runs McMahon past Warriors in season opener.\u2022 WHS Cross Country: WHS girls win Wilton Invitational.\u2022 Results, Records, Schedules.\u2022 Ceremony on Saturday will honor memory of Emily Waterman Teska.\u2022 Watch live: Boys soccer, field hockey.\u2022 WHS Volleyball: Warriors top New Milford.\u2022 WHS Girls Swimming: New Canaan tops Warriors.\u2022 Vote for the HAN Network Athletes of the Week.\u2022 WHS Girls Soccer: After opening-day win, back-to-back losses.\u2022 Youth Soccer.\u2022 Youth Football.\u2022 HAN Network seeks video interns.Schools\u2022 Youth United breaks ground on new home.\u2022 Wilton\u2019s average SAT scores slightly decline.\u2022 Warrior Words by Daniel Glynn: Strike a pose.\u2022 Montessori School offers infant-parent classes.\u2022 Westport Day School has hearing.Business\u2022 Outdoor Sports Center sponsors youth cycling team.\u2022 Business Update: Webster videos help elders avoid fraud, Real estate website wins awards, Mitchell speaks at Westport Library, Rush elected to board of directors, Bankwell launches new ad campaign.\u2022 Ribbon is cut, more than $2,700 raised for Alzheimer\u2019s Association at Brookdale Wilton.\u2022 Real Estate Sales.Arts & Leisure\u2022 Romantic Russians is the season-opening concert for the Ridgefield Symphony.\u2022 The Reel Dad previews the New York Film Festival.\u2022 Test driver Steve Macoy found driving a Jeep Wrangler to be a happy experience.The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of our 1,328 friends and get news updates at Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin.com.3,099 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by Twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.