Lavielle testifies against school taxing districts

State Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143) at the Capitol.  State Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143) has made her opposition known to the state legislature that she is against the creation of school taxing districts. On Friday, March 15, Lavielle testified in ...

Police headquarters decisions put on hold

Plans to present a proposal for a new or renovated police station before taxpayers in November have been ...

The Human Library returns

Human Library ‘book’ Scott talks about life with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease with a reader at the 2018 Human ...

Planning and Zoning Briefs: POCD, continued hearings

The following items were discussed or continued at the Planning and Zoning Commission’s meeting Monday night. 200 Danbury ...

Bill would exempt Social Security from taxes

State Sen. Will Haskell (D-26) has co-sponsored legislation in the General Assembly that would provide relief to taxpayers and families who receive Social Security, which he believes would make Connecticut a more affordable state for retirees. House Bill No. 5028 would eliminate limits on taxpayers’ federally adjusted gross income for Social Security benefits to be exempted from the personal income tax. Connecticut is one of 13 states that tax Social ...

Wilton ski teams in top 10 at State Open

August Theoharides finished 10th overall to lead the Wilton High boys ski team at the State Open. — ...

Olin wins two events at State Open gymnastics

Wilton High senior Jessica Olin won two events at the State Open gymnastics championship meet. — GretchenMcMahonPhotography.com Jessica ...

Wilton to apologize for student fans’ chant

“Please listen to what Wilton High School’s student section chanted to our team,” writes a New Britain teacher ...

Wilton’s season ends after wild final 30 seconds

Third-seed Wilton and sixth-seed New Britain were tied after 31 minutes and 29. 5 seconds in Friday night’s ...
The Wilton 8th grade girls won the FCBL A Division title. Front row (left to right): Lucy Corry, Molly McLaughlin, Heather Plowright; back row: Coach Kevin Rivera, Kelly Holmgren, Kendall Scholtz, Charlotte Casiraghi, Ava Fasano, Anna Joy, Maddie Ratcliffe, Mary Scally.

Wilton teams win youth basketball titles

The Wilton 8th grade girls won the FCBL A Division title. Front row (left to right): Lucy Corry, Molly McLaughlin, Heather Plowright; back row: Coach Kevin Rivera, Kelly Holmgren, Kendall Scholtz, Charlotte Casiraghi, Ava Fasano, Anna Joy, Maddie Ratcliffe, Mary Scally.   Girls 8th Grade The players on Wilton's 8th grade girls travel team finished their ...

Letter: Democrats solicit volunteers to serve on town boards and commissions

To the Editors: The Wilton Democratic Nominating Committee would like to hear from any Wilton resident who is ...

Letter: Tolls, what is the big deal Connecticut?

To the Editors: Some observers wonder why people in Connecticut are making such a fuss over toll proposals. ...

Bill would exempt Social Security from taxes

State Sen. Will Haskell (D-26) has co-sponsored legislation in the General Assembly that would provide relief to taxpayers and families who receive Social Security, which he believes would ...

Binge and Repeat: Save the day with ‘Jack Ryan’

Jim from “The Office” had quite the glow when John Krasinski starred in Amazon Prime Video’s “Jack Ryan” series, based on the books by Tom Clancy. While the ...

Police headquarters decisions put on hold

Plans to present a proposal for a new or renovated police station before taxpayers in November have been scuttled due to uncertainty caused by a state effort to regionalize a ...

The Human Library returns

Human Library ‘book’ Scott talks about life with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease with a reader at the 2018 Human Library. — Janet Crystal photo “You can’t judge a book by its ...
The Wilton 8th grade girls won the FCBL A Division title. Front row (left to right): Lucy Corry, Molly McLaughlin, Heather Plowright; back row: Coach Kevin Rivera, Kelly Holmgren, Kendall Scholtz, Charlotte Casiraghi, Ava Fasano, Anna Joy, Maddie Ratcliffe, Mary Scally.

Wilton teams win youth basketball titles

The Wilton 8th grade girls won the FCBL A Division title. Front row (left to right): Lucy Corry, Molly McLaughlin, Heather Plowright; back row: Coach Kevin Rivera, Kelly Holmgren, Kendall Scholtz, Charlotte Casiraghi, Ava Fasano, Anna Joy, Maddie Ratcliffe, Mary Scally.   Girls 8th Grade The players on Wilton's 8th ...

Wilton ski teams in top 10 at State Open

August Theoharides finished 10th overall to lead the Wilton High boys ski team at the State Open. — GretchenMcMahonPhotography.com The Wilton High boys and girls ski teams ended their seasons with top-10 ...

Olin wins two events at State Open gymnastics

Wilton High senior Jessica Olin won two events at the State Open gymnastics championship meet. — GretchenMcMahonPhotography.com Jessica Olin entered the postseason as the state’s top-ranked gymnast in both the vault and ...

Wilton to apologize for student fans’ chant

“Please listen to what Wilton High School’s student section chanted to our team,” writes a New Britain teacher above a 16-second video posted on his Twitter account and forwarded to Hearst Connecticut ...

EZ Junk Removal provides solutions for home, business owners

Ezra Zimmerman’s EZ Junk Removal continues to expand in the area. Sponsored Content: Not sure what to do with that old sofa in the basement or the broken refrigerator in the garage? Have no fear, EZ Junk Removal is here. Owner Ezra Zimmerman has expanded his junk-hauling business into Wilton ...

Seasoned real estate agent returns to William Pitt Sotheby’s

Sponsored Content:  With a career spanning over 25 years, local real estate agent Valerie Wyman knows what it takes to maintain her status as a top producer. Valerie Wyman That’s why she didn’t hesitate when the opportunity arose for her to return to the William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty team. ...
Ridgefield Academy's 15-foot water slide, The Patriot Plunge, is a highlight for campers.

Summers at The Academy: New programs offer fun, learning

Ridgefield Academy's 15-foot water slide, The Patriot Plunge, is a highlight for campers. Sponsored Content:  For kids, summer camp is about new experiences, more time with friends, and, of course, having fun. For parents choosing the right program, it’s also about safety and finding trusted staff that can help children ...

Letter: Tolls, what is the big deal Connecticut?

To the Editors: Some observers wonder why people in Connecticut are making such a fuss over toll proposals. After all, most of us pass through tolls regularly. They are part of everyday ...

A View from Glen Hill: School inequality needs to be addressed now

Remarkable actress and stirring vocalist Kimberly Wilson performed at the Wilton Library in a program jointly sponsored by the library and the Wilton Historical Society early this month as part of reflections ...

Editorial: Under fire

Police aren’t generally very chatty, so when they speak up about something, it’s worth listening to. The legislature is considering several bills that would affect gun ownership. The Bulletin asked the Wilton ...
police

Police headquarters decisions put on hold

Plans to present a proposal for a new or renovated police station before taxpayers in November have been scuttled due to uncertainty caused by a ...
totem

Warrior Words: Views from the top (and bottom) of the totem pole

As a senior, I’ve finally started to feel like the big man on campus. I wave to my junior friends as I nonchalantly flash my ...
Planning and Zoning Commission members, from left, Peter Shiue, Rich Tomasetti, Doris Knapp, and Christopher Pagliaro at the commission's Dec. 10 meeting. — Town of Wilton CT screenshot

Planning and Zoning Briefs: POCD, continued hearings

The following items were discussed or continued at the Planning and Zoning Commission’s meeting Monday night. 200 Danbury Road LLC An application filed by 200 ...

Literary competition submission deadline is April 1

The Trumbull Library Board of Trustees is sponsoring the 2019 Trumbull Literary Competition. Submissions are required to be postmarked by Monday, April 1, or submitted ...
police

Police headquarters decisions put on hold

Plans to present a proposal for a new or renovated police station before taxpayers in November have been scuttled due to uncertainty caused by a ...
totem

Warrior Words: Views from the top (and bottom) of the totem pole

As a senior, I’ve finally started to feel like the big man on campus. I wave to my junior friends as I nonchalantly flash my ...
Planning and Zoning Commission members, from left, Peter Shiue, Rich Tomasetti, Doris Knapp, and Christopher Pagliaro at the commission's Dec. 10 meeting. — Town of Wilton CT screenshot

Planning and Zoning Briefs: POCD, continued hearings

The following items were discussed or continued at the Planning and Zoning Commission’s meeting Monday night. 200 Danbury Road LLC An application filed by 200 ...

Literary competition submission deadline is April 1

The Trumbull Library Board of Trustees is sponsoring the 2019 Trumbull Literary Competition. Submissions are required to be postmarked by Monday, April 1, or submitted ...

Kneads & Cravings: Elevating comfort food

Honestly, is there anything more comforting than macaroni and cheese? It’s just one of those great recipes that requires little effort while bringing all sorts ...

Kids Stuff: Family Fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Felting Workshop for Kids: Making Felted Soap, March 16, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Rd., Wilton. Ages 6-12. Cost: $10-$35. ...

Something New: Lectures and lessons

ART & ARCHITECTURE Photography workshop, March 16, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Mark Twain Library, 439 Redding Rd., ...

Drive: Fall in love with 2018 Alfa Romeo

On the broadest scale, sport sedans have come in four international flavors in recent years: from ...

Binge and Repeat: Save the day with ‘Jack Ryan’

Jim from “The Office” had quite the glow when John Krasinski starred in Amazon Prime Video’s ...

Curtain Call: Race to New Milford’s production of ‘Race’

Playwright David Mamet wastes no time in throwing the New Milford TheatreWorks audience into the middle ...

Legendary Dick Cavett shares his talents at the Playhouse

“Do you suppose that any of Houdini’s DNA is still in my pool?” Not the kind ...

Trying Out: Auditions and calls for art

Photography competition, March 15, 4-8 p.m., March 16 and 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Guilford Art Center’s ...

Kids Stuff: Family Fun

SPECIAL EVENTS Felting Workshop for Kids: Making Felted Soap, March 16, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Rd., Wilton. Ages 6-12. Cost: $10-$35. ...

Kneads & Cravings: Elevating comfort food

Honestly, is there anything more comforting than macaroni and cheese? It’s just one of those great recipes that requires little effort while bringing all sorts ...

Curtain Call: Race to New Milford’s production of ‘Race’

Playwright David Mamet wastes no time in throwing the New Milford TheatreWorks audience into the middle ...

Drive: Fall in love with 2018 Alfa Romeo

On the broadest scale, sport sedans have come in four international flavors in recent years: from ...

Legendary Dick Cavett shares his talents at the Playhouse

“Do you suppose that any of Houdini’s DNA is still in my pool?” Not the kind ...

Binge and Repeat: Save the day with ‘Jack Ryan’

Jim from “The Office” had quite the glow when John Krasinski starred in Amazon Prime Video’s ...

Trying Out: Auditions and calls for art

Photography competition, March 15, 4-8 p.m., March 16 and 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Guilford Art Center’s ...

Something New: Lectures and lessons

ART & ARCHITECTURE Photography workshop, March 16, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Mark Twain Library, 439 Redding Rd., ...

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