Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Election results from top to bottom in Wilton. \u2022 Cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy. \u2022 A midwestern crew gets a first look at Connecticut. \u2022 Gov. Malloy will address the Chamber of Commerce. \u2022 Smokey the firefighter was the big winner in the Scarecrow Fest. \u2022 The visiting nurses are looking for volunteers to visit homebound patients. \u2022 A family mourns the loss of 21 trees. \u2022 The Newcomers Club plans a 5K to aid their neighbors. \u2022 Who's open, who's not on Veterans Day. \u2022 Letters: CL&P response, pickleball, Read Aloud Day, the Scarecrow Fest and love letters to the library. \u2022 Joe Brenner's TASC List includes what's great about Wilton. \u2022 Veterans Day is Sunday and that's when the parade will be. \u2022 America the Beautiful is more than a song, it's a new show at River Road Gallery. \u2022 It's not dinner theater, it's the Wilton Singers' Christmas Feast and Concert. \u2022 A writer, therapist and mother discusses a book that looks at "The Price of Privilege" and its effect on children. \u2022 Warrior columnist Jillian Finkelstein finds when her mind wanders to food, she has the answers. \u2022 Talk about a "grand" opening, True Value Hardware opens with a bang. \u2022 Wilton's Matt Davies talks about his editorial cartoons. \u2022 A baker's dozen of artisans brings a show of fine art and fine crafts to Wilton. \u2022 The girls cross-country team places fifth at the Open, and qualifies for the New England Championships. \u2022 Greenwich upsets Wilton field hockey in semi-finals. \u2022 Norwalk tops Wilton in soccer. \u2022 The girls swim team places fourth in the FCIAC championships. \u2022 Bulletin sports editor Tim Murphy considers the role of sports in the face of tragedy or catastrophe. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Cover: New shows at Silvermine Arts Center, a film about ospreys in Greenwich, lots of concerts, the 2013 Volvo S80T6 AWD. 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.