Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Deborah McFadden is nominated to join Board of Selectmen. \u2022 Employment in Wilton improves. \u2022 Are town signs ready for a makeover? \u2022 First Selectman Bill Brennan: Future plans to build on past success. \u2022 Scholarly series returns with a focus on the Gilded Age. \u2022 New laws in effect as of Jan. 1. \u2022 Looking for your roots? A workshop at the Wilton Historical Society may help. \u2022 NAMI meeting will cover depression and suicidal thoughts on Jan. 12. \u2022 Experts advise on caregiving for loved ones with dementia. \u2022 Old 2 Rod Highway and Trackside headline selectmen meeting. \u2022 Man accused of stealing from hospice patient. \u2022 Visiting Nurse & Hospice offers support following the loss of a spouse. \u2022 Editorial: What\u2019s your sign? \u2022 Letters: Toys for Tots drive most successful yet, Questionable financial management. \u2022 News Notes: Taking a count, A \u2018Sensible\u2019 website, Opening the door. \u2022 The TASC List: Some good news. \u2022 State looks to soften new rules on towns\u2019 storm water systems. \u2022 Guest Commentary: Be a hero, save a hero. \u2022 Obituaries: Gisela Fort, Andrew \u2018Clark\u2019 Lee Robinson, Ogden Bigelow Jr., William C. Wilson Sr. \u2022 Former school worker arrested on child pornography charges has a Jan. 16 court date. \u2022 AARP offers free income tax help. \u2022 Police Log: Pot possession, Found iPad, Pot and alcohol possession, Accident. \u2022 Madera Winds performs at Wilton Library on Jan. 11. \u2022 Metal meets a welder, paint and wind. \u2022 St. Matthew\u2019s Episcopal Church hosts first senior luncheon of the year. \u2022 New real estate company opens in town. \u2022 Warrior Words: Pivoting on the mountaintop. \u2022 Wilton Continuing Education offers more than 25 new classes. \u2022 Pomfret students take innovative lead in all-school exercise. \u2022 Rachel\u2019s Challenge: Wilton High School starts a chain reaction of kindness. \u2022 Taxes, education and tolls top Senator Toni Boucher\u2019s priorities list. \u2022 State Rep. Tom O\u2019Dea says cut spending to cut taxes. \u2022 State Rep. Lavielle\u2019s priorities range from transportation to disabilities. \u2022 Allison O\u2019Connell Oliver weds John Paul Miller. \u2022 Wilton High girls basketball team routs Senators. \u2022 Despite losses, Wilton High gymnastics team expects to be in FCIAC hunt. \u2022 Rival hockey teams will take up ALS fight Saturday. \u2022 Wilton High skiing teams have enough returning talent to contend. \u2022 Hussey and Brown are double winners for Wilton High indoor track. \u2022 Jonas sores four goals in Wilton High boys soccer team win. \u2022 Wilton High wrestling team member Quinn Reedy leads the way at tourney. \u2022 Wahoos again a top program according to USA Swimming. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Xiom\u00e1ro, the former artist-in-residence at Weir Farm, has done a collection of photographs of the former Floyd plantation on Long Island, which has an interesting connection to Connecticut; the Reel Dad offers his Oscar nomination predictions. \u2022 The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of the 770 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. \u2022 2,581 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.