In this week’s Wilton Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• A year in review from town hall: A look back at 2012 and the major development projects.

• For fighting childhood obesity, a local restaurateur will be honored.

• The Domestic Violence Task Force will present a forum on gun issues.

• A local man publishes his autobiography, a story of hope and redemption.

• The new year ushers in new laws, including special recognition for veterans.

• Driver suffers fatal injuries in two-car accident on Westport Road.

• The husband in the double shooting on Grumman Avenue is arrested and arraigned.

• Nursing agency program examines drug-resistant microbes, known as “super bugs.”

• Stay at Home in Wilton offers up a concert.

• The Board of Finance chairman reflects on upcoming budget challenges.

• Nutrition classes and workshops aim to promote healthy lifestyles.

• Letters: Trackside’s need for community support; praise of emergency services; town Democrats seek to fill town position.

• Columnist Stephen Hudspeth reflects on the life of Dave Brubeck.

• Yale professor Akhil Reed Amar visits Wilton Library to talk about the Constitution.

• St. Matthew’s will host the world-renowned Paul Winter Consort.

• Middlebrook School may adopt an eighth-grade culinary arts program.

• School Superintendent Gary Richards announces increased safety measures.

• A Wiltonian’s jewelry line seeks to expand a “bold” and “edgy” new design.

• Energy commissioners derive message on climate change from Sandy and other major storms.

• The Chamber of Commerce will host an economic forecast breakfast later this month.

• Legislators get their committee assignments: Ton O’Dea has three, Toni Boucher four.

• Area musicians plan concert to honor victims and those affected by Sandy Hook tragedy.

• Fresco Trattoria, formerly Lombardi’s II, is bringing authentic Italian food to Georgetown.

• The IRS has set a new mileage rate for 2013.

• Boys basketball wins the Wilton Holiday Classic tournament.

• Junior Nicole Lue scores seven goals to lead the Warrior ice hockey team to an 11-4 victory over Stamford.

• Wilton gymnastics wins its opener against Trumbull.

• Wilton wrestlers fall to Danbury and Ludlowe.

• Arts & Leisure: Ridgefielder Todd Forrest has written the text for a book celebrating the New York Botanical Garden’s “Magnificent Trees,” new exhibits at the Silvermine Galleries, Winter Creature Cruises with the Maritime Aquarium, Griff Anthony in Redding, The Reel Dad highlights 2012 films, style but not enough power is the verdict for the 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo.

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