Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Road map is still sketchy \u2014 towns collaborate on Norwalk River Valley Trail development. \u2022 How long did you lose power? Connecticut will formally review utility-response performance. \u2022 Local novelist delivers a fast-paced thriller, Mad Dog House. \u2022 School Supt. Gary Richards is named "Superintendent of the Year." \u2022 Gerald Charles Dickens, great-great grandson of the Victorian novelist, will take to the stage in Wilton for a holiday performance of A Christmas Carol. \u2022 Forget Black Friday! Wilton Chamber of Commerce aims to help small businesses with "Shop Wilton Day" on Saturday. \u2022 Friends of Ambler Farm grabbed a shovel and helped pitch in for a major farmhouse renovation. \u2022 Do you still have a mess on your hand from Sandy? Storm debris drop-off center remains open. \u2022 The Georgetown Fire Department helps Sandy victims with donation drive. \u2022 Residents are urged to take care with firewood as tree pests spread throughout the state. \u2022 Wilton's tree warden speaks out on town damage as a tree-removal project moves ahead. \u2022 First Selectman Bill Brennan offers his reflections on Sandy \u2014 before, during and after. \u2022 Letters: After helping so many, the Wilton Y needs some help itself; thanks for a great-looking town, thanks for help during Sandy, thanks from election candidates. \u2022 Wilton Meadows moves forward with treatment for patients with dementia. \u2022 More than one outlet to plug into: Connecticut's deregulated electricity industry offers several utility options. \u2022 So that's what snow looks like! Ecuadorian exchange student has found a home in Wilton. \u2022 Last week the town-wide fiber-network project got back on track. \u2022 Wilton dancers are set to take the stage for a performance of The Nutcracker with the New England Dance Theater. \u2022 Wilton dry cleaners helps support Breezy Point Volunteer Fire Department in Queens, N.Y. \u2022 Warriors repeat as state champs: Wilton High field hockey has won back-to-back state titles. \u2022 Wilton football trumps Warde with a shut-out victory; The Wilton High girls swim team takes ninth at the state Open. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Reindeer arrive in Greenwich this weekend, New Canaan Society for the Arts opens its smallWORK show, the Golden Dragon Acrobats from China visit the Palace Theater in Stamford on Saturday. Check us out on Facebook: Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. Hundreds of people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news flashes via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by http:\/\/twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin. To subscribe to The Bulletin, click here. To find out where to buy The Bulletin, click here.