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  • Letter: Lavielle deserves re-election
    August 27, 2014 · Lisa Chubinsky

    Letter: Lavielle deserves re-election

    Although it may be a little early in the campaign season, I wanted to be among the first to express my public support for the re-election of our state representative, Gail Lavielle.

  • DUI checkpoint on Route 7, Sept. 5
    August 27, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    DUI checkpoint on Route 7, Sept. 5

    Thanks in part to a state grant, Wilton police will conduct a DUI checkpoint on Friday, Sept. 5 in conjunction with Norwalk police.

  • Do you know your EMTs?
    August 27, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Do you know your EMTs?

    Meet Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps EMTs Wendy Fratino and Don Offinger.

  • Help for teenage Lyme patients
    August 27, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Help for teenage Lyme patients

    Girls 13 to 18 years old are invited to join a free, eight-week program for teen Lyme disease patients, offered by Lyme Connection, beginning Sept. 13.

  • Letter: Mental illness support group is here to help
    August 26, 2014 · Sheryl Kayne

    Letter: Mental illness support group is here to help

    I am writing to thank The Wilton Bulletin, and reporter Christopher Burns, for the wonderful article “Real-life support for parents,” published Aug. 14, 2014.

  • Court says police departments, including Wilton, can be sued for 2008 drug raid
    August 26, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Court says police departments, including Wilton, can be sued for 2008 drug raid

    Associated Press — A federal appeals court says several Connecticut police departments can be sued over a drug raid that killed an unarmed man and injured another in 2008.

  • Cyberbullying gets an airing at the Y
    August 26, 2014 · Christina Coulter

    Cyberbullying gets an airing at the Y

    “Technology is fantastic,” said Sen. Toni Boucher (R-26) at Cablevision’s “Internet Smarts” presentation at the Wilton Family Y last Wednesday, Aug. 13.

  • Email and social media engagement workshop
    August 26, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Email and social media engagement workshop

    Business people looking for help on how to better keep in touch with clients and customers may be interested in the Danbury Area Computer Society’s next meeting.

  • Child porn suspect investigated in 2013, says superintendent
    August 25, 2014 · Christopher Burns

    Child porn suspect investigated in 2013, says superintendent

    The Wilton community learned a former paraprofessional arrested for child pornography last week was first placed under investigation in April 2014.

  • Photos: First day of school at Miller-Driscoll
    August 25, 2014 · Christopher Burns

    Photos: First day of school at Miller-Driscoll

    Miller-Driscoll students had their first day of school on Monday, Aug. 25. Do you see any of your little ones getting excited for school? (Photos by Christopher Burns).

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