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  • Town to auction three storage units
    October 20, 2014 · Kendra Baker

    Town to auction three storage units

    General household goods, furniture and other miscellaneous items and equipment will go to the highest bidders of next week’s public auctions.

  • What’s happening in Wilton?
    October 20, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    What’s happening in Wilton?

    Looking for something to do? Check out what’s going on in town today, Oct. 20.

  • Norwalk River Valley Trail expands to a full mile in Wilton
    October 19, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Norwalk River Valley Trail expands to a full mile in Wilton

    A new section of the Norwalk River Valley Trail will open next week, expanding Wilton’s trails to run a full mile from Gaylord Drive to Sharp Hill Road.

  • Democrats criticize business endorsement for Lavielle
    October 18, 2014 · Jeannette Ross

    Democrats criticize business endorsement for Lavielle

    Wilton Democrats are criticizing an endorsement state Rep. Gail Lavielle has received from the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB).

  • Former NBA player to share story of addiction, recovery
    October 18, 2014 · Kendra Baker

    Former NBA player to share story of addiction, recovery

    Former NBA player Chris Herren is coming to Wilton on Tuesday, Oct. 21, not to talk about his professional basketball career but his addictions, recovery and sobriety.

  • Town trees get tagged
    October 18, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Town trees get tagged

    The Wilton Tree Committee was formed to plant, protect and promote better understanding of the vital role of trees in the community.

  • Outplacement tuition spending in Wilton compares to similar districts
    October 18, 2014 · Christopher Burns

    Outplacement tuition spending in Wilton compares to similar districts

    A comparison of Wilton’s outplacement spending with that of nearby school districts suggests Wilton pays an equitable amount for outplacements.

  • Fall foilage
    October 18, 2014 · Christopher Burns

    Fall foilage

    Wiltonians don’t have to travel far to enjoy fall’s brilliant hues. Autumn leaves are in full color along Ridgefield Road.

  • Board members invited to FOI education session
    October 17, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Board members invited to FOI education session

    Members and commissioners who sit on any of Wilton’s many volunteer municipal boards have been invited to a Freedom of Information education session with attorney Tom Hennick.

  • Singer entertains Kiwanians
    October 17, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

    Singer entertains Kiwanians

    Vocalist Raissa Katona Bennett will entertain with popular standards and Broadway tunes at the weekly Wilton Kiwanis Club meeting on Oct. 22 at WEPCO.

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Warde tops Wilton football team, 14-7
October 18, 2014 · Wilton Bulletin

Warde tops Wilton football team, 14-7

A third-quarter touchdown pass and two late interceptions led the Fairfield Warde football team past…

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