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Veteran newsman Richard C. Hottelet of Wilton dies at 97

Richard C. Hottelet, a newsman who was the last of “Murrow’s Boys,” died Tuesday night at his home in Wilton, CBS reported today. He was 97.

Jessica Lipschutz speaks to members of the breast cancer survivors support group at Wilton Library. A genetic counselor, Ms. Lipschutz spoke on the pros and cons of genetic testing for cancer. (Jeannette Ross photo)

Genetic testing for cancer may lead to questions as well as answers

When Jessica Lipschutz spoke on the connection between cancer and genetics at Wilton Library last Tuesday, Dec. 2, the first thing she said might be surprising to some.

(Tim Coffey Photography)

Dream Ball

Dr. Wayne and Rashida Miller of Wilton were among more than 850 guests attending Stamford Hospital’s recent Dream Ball gala, which raised more than $700,000.

Nishma Nana

New William Pitt Realtor

William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty recently welcomed Wilton resident, Nishma Nana, to its Wilton office, a press release said last week.

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