• Candidates face off at League of Women Voters debate
• Susan G. Komen for the cure brings race to southwest Connecticut
• Election 2012 Board of Ed race — Republican Hagerty-Ross, board chairman, says experience is vital
• Election 2012 Board of Ed race — Democrat McCormick is passionate about learning
• Election 2012 Board of Ed race — Republican incumbent Zuro has ‘walked the walk’ with public education
• Election 2012 Board of Ed race — Democrat Stein brings PTO work to the table
• Election 2012 — Murphy outlines tax, jobs plan, calls Medicare top priority
• Election 2012 — McMahon campaign gets ‘Jersey style’ boost from Christie
• Police to hold car seat clinic Saturday
• Police blotter, shoplifting, DWI, vehicle vandalism at train
• Ring’s End celebrates grand opening of four new stores
• Voting info: absentee ballots, final registration, special circumstance registration
• Photos from first annual Howl-o-Ween dog costume parade
• Editorial: Does your vote even matter?
• Letters: Lots of election letters, neighbor warns of kids throwing rocks, thanks for Big Rig Gig success, charity auction reminder Thursday night
• Cameron: Leaves and loco’s
• Natale: Soup, ketchup and martinis — everything’s coming up pumpkin
• Van Munching: Darienite Philip Van Munching answers your questions
• James W. Grady Jr — Fortune 500 corporate counsel, World War II vet
• Frank Valente —Former Darien postal worker, police officer, World War II vet
• Freshman Evanchik’s sack helps turn the tide
• Alumni dinner Friday night
• DJFL players join ‘Champions for Children’ gala
• Johnston leads girls, Huffman the boys at FCIAC
• Post 53 Haunted House is Saturday
• DCA offers harvest Thanksgiving tea
• Geary Gallery presents artist Jim Rodgers, ‘Little Treasures’ next month
• DCA’s Mom’s Morning In Halloween parade
• Darien Nature Center’s Hoot & Howl returns
• Library hosts novel writing workshop
• Teen board of library hosts horror movie marathon
• Historical society annual meeting features noted historian
• DCA art lecture series continues
• Wreaths Across America sponsorships solicited
• Asimov latest in library’s author series
• Parks & Rec offers winter programs
• Drinking, drugs and teen relationships panel next week, hosted by YWCA Parent Awareness, Thriving Youth, Darien Domestic Abuse Partnership and SADD
• Pics from Holly Pond’s family fun day
• First Congregational Nursery School adds gardening to curriculum
• Ox Ridge students visit The Depot
Arts & Leisure
• Cartoonist Matt Davies of Wilton, won a Pulitzer Prize in 2004, and is busy in the current campaign season. A collection of his work is currently on exhibit at the Westport Library.
• Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde opens Friday at the Wilton Playshop.
• There will be a Fine Arts Festival in Pound Ridge, N.Y., this weekend.
• All Together is a rich look at aging, says the Reel Dad.
• The weekend before Halloween is well stocked with spooky activities: we¹ve got a collection of suggestions.