Orem's Diner

Monthly men’s breakfast

Wilton men are invited to share conversation and exchange information about daily life at Orem’s Diner on Tuesday, as part of Stay at Home in Wilton’s men’s monthly breakfast.


Preparing for a return to work

A class for women looking to return to work after a period of not working will be offered at the Wilton Family Y.

Deputy Fire Chief Mark Amatrudo with CERT Merit Award winner Jack Majesky, of Wilton. The Merit Award is given in honor of dedicated service to a local community emergency response team.

Majesky recognized as one of the state’s best CERT leaders

CERT Executive Director Jack Majesky won the CERT Merit Award in honor of his dedicated service to Wilton’s Community Emergency Response Team.

From left, Barbara Holdridge, Deputy Police Chief Robert Crosby, state Rep. Gail Lavielle, state Rep. Tom O’Dea, First Selectman Bill Brennan, Capt. John Lynch, Jennifer McNamara of the Wilton Domestic Violence Task Force, Susan Delaney of the Domestic Violence Crisis Center, Officer Robert Cipolla, Officer Anthony Cocco, Lt. Don Wakeman, and Lt. Thomas Conlan gather at town hall Monday to observe Domestic Violence Awareness Month. (Jeannette Ross photo)

Ceremony marks awareness of domestic violence

On Monday, Oct. 20, Wilton officials held a ceremony at town hall observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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