Editorial: Read it here, see it there

Following the dust-up with legal notice errors, more people have been paying attention to what the Planning and Zoning Commission has been working on.

The original members and builders of the American Legion Post 86 building in 1939 were, standing from left, Harry A. Marhoffer Jr., Milton A. Marhoffer, Irving G. Brennen, Salvatore Roccuzzo, Gerhard Schuten, Fritz C. Meyer, Henry Ritz, Charles A. Meyer, Capt. Peter Shemonsky, Harry Haffen, and Stanley Montville. Kneeling is Walter Weigi. Sitting, from left, are Carlton B. Weed, Harry Abbott Jr., Harry Abbott, Otto Kuhnel, James Dennin, and Harry A. Marhoffer Sr.

The history of James B. Whipple American Legion Post 86

The veterans of WWI living in Wilton applied for an American Legion charter April 10, 1920.

Wilton Model Congress students on the steps of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, from left, back row: Jake Farnworth, Rushil Jha, Purab Angreji, Michael McElroy and Jay Cassone; middle row: Tony Wilcox, Andrew Nisco, Michael Wallace, Alexander Rappaport, PJ Seelert and Randy Ramirez; front row: Jonah Hirsch and Cameron Berg.

Warriors on Issues: Cigarettes and dynamite

According to the CDC, tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of death in the United States.


Letter: Letter should prompt reflection

Thursday has been Wilton Bulletin Day for over 52 years for me, and I read it as soon as it arrives in my mailbox.

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